Ask.com, after facing a long struggle with other search engines, this week announced it will stop trying to directly compete in that market and instead create a niche search portal for married women.
Standalone HD DVD players as low as $80 and free movie offers are just the beginning of what will be a massive clearing out of stock of the failed format over the next several weeks.
Logitech has lifted the curtain on its ClearChat PC Wireless headset, which it claims is the first such device tailored for Web-enabled calling.
Thanks to its financial backing from Google, Youtube now plans to offer live video streaming by the end of 2008.
While Blu-ray has pretty much officially won the high definition media war, the HD DVD release of American Gangster beat out all of its Blu-ray contenders in the last full week of February.
Ebay's online payment site Paypal has issued a warning that Apple's Safari browser makes users more vulnerable to phishing.
The dramedy that went from Myspace to NBC has been canceled after one episode, after it received the network's worst rating for its time slot in 20 years.
Netflix has said that it will start offering more Blu-ray Disc titles since it will no longer stock HD DVD.
In spite of the fact that the creators of HD DVD have officially abandoned the format, Dreamworks Animation is still locked in to an exclusivity contract.
The Marine Biological Laboratory in Massachusetts has launched a 30,000-page online resource consisting of encyclopedic information about every living creature ever documented.
ABC announced this week that it will bring some of its most popular television shows to free on-demand video services, but viewers won't be able to skip the commercials.
Ironically, Warner Bros now has one of the strongest HD DVD line-ups over the next few months, despite the fact that it has already announced an upcoming exclusive switch to Blu-ray.
Perhaps the biggest blow to HD DVD yet, the country's largest retailer Wal-Mart announced today it will drop HD DVD and focus exclusively on Blu-ray in the high definition video battle.
Toshiba may be ready to pull out of HD DVD, effectively putting an end to the format, according to various trade publications.
Six "critical" updates join five more "important" vulnerability fixes in this month's regularly scheduled security bulletin from Microsoft.
The HD DVD Promotional Group has issued a statement in response to this month's announcements regarding huge industry players Netflix and Best Buy moving away from its format.
A woman was recently tasered at a Florida Best Buy store because she left the store before she finished checking out.
Apple has released an update for Quicktime to fix a potentially dangerous flaw that affects most versions of Mac OS X and Windows Vista, as well as Windows XP Service Pack 2.
The feedback system on Ebay will soon only consist of customers leaving comments about individual sellers, putting an end to feedback from the other side of the transaction.
While millions of people from Delaware to Alaska were voting for their presidential pick yesterday, Democrats also reached beyond the country's borders with the first ever official online voting.
San Francisco (CA) - As other high-tech companies cut back on their research labs, Microsoft continues to increase its ranks of free-rein thinkers.
The rhythm game pioneer and creator of the cel-shaded hip hop artist is making a comeback, this time on the Wii, according to the game's official announcement from Majesco.
Australian scientists have developed a points scale to determine the risk of environmental factors leading to cancer, and mobile phone radiation is near the very bottom of the list.
Upon closing its own subscription music service, Yahoo will switch its customers to Rhapsody as part of a partnership between the two companies.