Oracle CEO tells the OpenWorld crowd what to expect in the way of future buyouts.
CEO Scott McNealy gets some stage time at Oracle OpenWorld Conference, showing off six of Sun's key initiatives.
Motorola CEO Ed Zander shows off two hotly anticipated phones he said will be available ahead of schedule.
The DJ Ditty promises to fit 240 songs into a $99 package, along with FM tuner and tiny display.
The cell phone giant unveils a model meant for places where affordability is a key consideration.
Hurricane Rita, with winds of about 100 mph, wreaks havoc along the Gulf Coast.
JVC's Everio G series camcorders feature miniature hard drives that can capture up to seven hours of video.
JVC launches its Everio G series of camcorders, which store video and audio data on miniature hard drives.
Thousands party to electronic music at San Francisco's second annual Loveparade of floats, DJs and more.
Handheld maker unveils the Treo for Windows, the first non-Palm OS handheld it's ever sold.
Company announces a challenge to AMD's Opteron processor--servers with Intel's dual-core Xeon chips.
Due to a bug in a recent update to EA's "Madden 2006," a New York Jets lineman shows up in the game as 7 inches tall.
SanDisk's new TrustedFlash compact flash cards come with built-in digital rights management software.
The possibility of a too-close encounter with Earth has spurred the European Space Agency into action.
The CTIA Wireless IT and Entertainment show opened Tuesday in San Francisco, giving industry bigwigs and gadget makers plenty of opportunities to swap ideas.
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