The distributor of TiVo in Australia could be set to halve the price of its recorder following a significant restructuring in December 2010.
Yahoo Music likely to be pared back and the Unlimited To Go service is already being phased out.
In the six years since it launched, 100 million iPod touches have been sold, Apple has announced.
The iPhone 5's initial shipment rate was too large to maintain, resulting in cutbacks, DisplaySearch says. But the cutbacks don't necessarily equal a drop in popularity.
As CEO Tim Cook prepares to testify before a congressional subcommittee, senators portray Apple as having exploited tax loopholes to escape paying its fair share.
Apple says it plans to open up another 30 to 35 retail stores in the next year, bringing it right in line with its growth during 2012.
Literal signs of the times, CES 2009's on-site banners and advertisements look distinctly more staid than in years past.
Sony has two new mobiles, one of which boasts a flashing transparent strip along its undercarriage.
John Browett talks up Apple's fiscal Q1 as "really fun and exciting," and offers the hint that a "number of improvements" are on the way.
The BlackBerry maker reported better-than-expected results, yet the stock is down today. What gives?