GameStop has stopped selling Zunes, and while I don't think this is quite the end of the road for Microsoft's MP3 player, it's hard to see a silver lining in the news.
NPD reports that Apple controls two-thirds of the U.S. retail market for personal computers that cost more than $1,000.
In an effort to boost its mobile business, the electronics retailer is taking a 50 percent stake in European cell phone retailer Carphone Warehouse.
Dell has announced a major retail partnership with Officeworks, to sell 10 PC models across its 104 outlets.
Big retailers get hit with fines for not properly labeling that analog-only TVs will need special tuners when TV broadcasters switch to all digital transmission next year.
The PC maker continues its push to expand its retail relationships and emerging market strategy.
Intel's low-cost laptop, which follows entries from OLPC and Asus, will sell for $250 to $350, according to a Reuters report.
A new report says U.S. online retail sales are expected to reach $148 billion in 2008, up 19 percent from 2007. But sales are poised to mature.
In a practically unheard of move, Microsoft is cutting the price of several boxed versions of its desktop operating system. Some analysts are scratching their head over Redmond's latest decision.
An NPD analyst says unless downward trend in CD sales suddenly reverses, Apple will overtake Wal-Mart as the country's leading music retailer this year.