ComScore World Metrix reports the global Internet audience surpassed 1 billion visitors in December 2008 -- where are they all coming from?
After years of legal squabbles with digital download services such as Apple's iTunes, the music of The Beatles can now be legally downloaded.
RIM BlackBerry Storm characterized as "shockingly bad" and "head-bangingly frustrating."
Google Android phone maker HTC predicts blockbuster sales.
British companies have seen a jump of 30 Percent in online sales over 2007, new figures show.
Hoping to gymnastically leap onto the phenomenal success of Nintendo's Wii Fit game system, Electronic Arts is to launch its own EA Sports Active game next year.
The day of the in-car satnav may be over, with GPS smartphones like the Apple iPhone 3G outsripping their sales.
If you're hurting that Microsoft will soon discontinue Windows XP, you may take heart in the fact that the company has only just put an end to Windows 3.x.
Price drops help boost subscriptions, as 13.8 million Britons sign up for broadband at home, survey reveals.
Violence isn't entertainment, Pope Benedict XVI tells a youth gathering.
ComScore discovered that the iPhone has increased mobile Internet consumption by as much as 13 times.
Articles by Lexton Snol