Yamaha has developed a prototype speaker that's made of nonwoven cloth and just 1 millimeter thick.
Japanese laptop maker Kohjinsha plans to ship a laptop that packs dual 10.1-inch LCD screens later this year.
DoCoMo will have an LTE chipset that supports download speeds up to 100M bits per second ready for commercial use at the end of 2010.
The Cell processor in Toshiba's Cell Regza TV is far more powerful than Intel's Atom CE4100 chips.
Singapore will set up a government agency to handle technology-related threats to the city-state's national security.
Hewlett-Packard, the world's biggest PC vendor, is reportedly considering plans to roll its printer division into its PC product group.
Apple's iPhone 3G smartphone will go on sale in China in October at a retail price of 5,000 yuan, China Unicom said.
Adobe and McAfee will jointly develop a product that combines DRM with technology designed to prevent data from leaking outside corporate networks.
IBM has agreed to acquire RedPill Solutions, a Singapore-based company that specializes in customer analytics.
Google rolls out DoubleClick Ad Exchange to boost its share of the display ad market.
Via Technologies is gearing up to release a turnkey laptop platform called NetNote that's aimed at smaller Chinese computer makers.
Dell will pay US$4 million [M] to settle charges of fraudulent and deceptive business practices in New York