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RIM's BlackBerry Storm has gotten off to a rough start with lots of customers complaining of glitches, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Novell has apparently figured out how to enable "mass customization" with a cool new tool for Suse Linux enabling users to create and test variants of Suse Linux Enterprise and OpenSuse.
Mobile TV in Australia is a step closer to fruition with a live trial beginning in Sydney.
IBM and Microsoft are duking it out in email competition, but it's unlikely that significant market share gains are swinging in either direction.
Digital Playground, one of the largest makers of adult content, is among the first companies to produce an iPhone-optimized Web site.
CNET Car Tech posts photos of radically customized cars from the show floor at CES 2009.
Two executives, Mike Cannon and Mark Jarvis, are departing as the computer maker regroups globally around four types of customers.
A combination of too few titles and Netflix's unwillingness to pay for more discs results in month-long shipping delays for some.
Charging consumers for access to American customer service agents - as soon as the computer is out of the box? This is clearly the wrong move at the wrong time.
Because of a change in Yahoo's broadband partnerships with Verizon and AT&T, some Flickr Pro users will have to start paying $24.95 a year.