EMusic.com Inc. has had enough of Napster users raiding hard drives and downloading songs that EMusic's customers had to pay for.
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Semiconductor and electronic component distributor Avnet warned after the bell Monday that it will miss analysts' earnings estimates in its second quarter.Avnet shares closed off $4.
Intel Corp. said early shipments of its Pentium 4 chips to personal-computer makers included the wrong piece of software code.
The technology-heavy Nasdaq compositeclimbed to an all-time high in late morning trading Tuesday,breaking through the 3,000-point level on the strength of chipsand computer related issues. The Nasdaq was up 33 points, or 1.
The worldwide semiconductor industry is expected to grow 15 percent this year, fueled by the proliferation of chips for communications and Internetinfrastructure, an industry trade group said Wednesday. The Semiconductor Industry Association said Wednesday in its annual forecast that sales of the worldwide chip market will top $144 billion in 1999, as the industry enters its first sustained recovery since 1995.
Officials at Toshiba America Information Systems Inc. on Wednesday denied reports that Toshiba has abandoned plans to use Transmeta Corp.
Clock speed isn't everything. And that reality is about to be driven home by Intel Corp.
Sony Corp. thinks its mobile Internet device coming later this year could be the world's next Walkman.
It may no longer just be an urban legend. The FCC will re-examine whether ISPs should pay a per-minute fee for connecting to the local telephone network.
A display technology start-up is creating a type of electronic "ink" that could lead to paper-thin screens by mid-decade. E Ink will present and demonstrate its technology at the Society for Information Display's conference, which will take place June 3 to June 8 in San Jose, Calif.