Hollywood studios have approved a new technology and licensing arrangement that should remove a major obstacle consumers now face with burning movies they buy digitally over the Internet onto a DVD that will play everywhere.
Analyst Rates Apple Product Rumors
It is almost certain Apple Computer Inc.'s much-hyped iPhone is entering a production phase of 12 million units in the next few months, and even more certain the company will soon release an improved version of iTV.
Computer Theft Exposes Patient Data Across Five States
The theft of a computer from the office of an Ohio-based health care contractor on Nov. 23 has exposed sensitive data belonging to tens of thousands of patients in five health care firms across five states.
Why Your Next Wireless Gadget Will be a Car
We Americans love our cars, don't we? We have turned them into mobile bubbles of comfort and entertainment -- extensions of our homes, really. Nowadays, cars have incredible sound systems, comfortable seats, DVD players -- you name it. Just like home. But our homes have one thing cars don't have: Wi-Fi networks.
Taiwan Company Sues Apple Over Lost Sales
Luxpro wants compensation for millions it says were lost while its products were under injunction in an Apple lawsuit.