Online retailers are starting to cater to consumers who loosen up with a glass of pinot and then buy, buy, buy.
RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook is a hot item at a large national Canadian reseller this week.
Demand for $25 Linux computer on a stick is so high two U.K. sites buckle under traffic pressure on launch day.
Local decision not expected to have wide-reaching effect. Meanwhile, Apple reportedly threatens defamation lawsuit against Proview.
Prices for Intel-based ultrabooks from major brands such as Toshiba, and Acer remain well below $1,000, keeping the pressure on Apple's pricier MacBook Air.
Amazon pulls the tablet from its online Chinese Web site following a request by Apple, which claims Amazon is not an authorized reseller.
Best Buy, Wal-Mart, Target are other retailers have sold out of Apple TVs, suggesting that the product may be up for a refresh very soon.
The search giant is considering selling its merchandise in a retail store at its European headquarters. Plans have been approved, but the company hasn't made a decision yet.
Company says the CEO of European technology retailer Dixons will take over the currently empty position in April.
Groupon Goods may be getting a boost by picking up daily-deal shopping site Mertado.