Manufacturers try new approaches to get products to take off.
NPD Group reports that Apple's digital music store has surpassed Best Buy to take over the No.2 spot. Is Wal-Mart next?
The much-maligned video game console could emerge from its doldrums in three years, but for now Nintendo's Wii looks to be the dominant machine.
Tesla could start selling some components and software to other companies that build electric cars by 2010.
A California company is selling Canon and Nikon camera owners a fisheye lens with a 185-degree field of view.
Open source now does ecommerce, too.
A few days after I criticized Sony for its strange Platinum Music Pass plan, the company comes around and offers DRM-free MP3s for sale through Amazon.
Even the bullish say it's destined to be a niche product, with one analyst projecting that even in five years, only about 3 percent of American homes will have one.
The MacBook is at the top of Amazon's best-selling computer list this Xmas...will it remain?
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