Asus issues first environmental report
Finds its laptops a little dirty.
Prices not falling any time soon.
SanDisk has rejected a hostile takeover bid worth nearly $6 billion from Samsung, claiming the company is trying to take advantage of a temporary lowering in stock value.
The UK will officially get the same Xbox 360 price cut as seen in the US and Japan it seems, with Microsoft confirming price cut leaks.
Lionhead's Peter Molyneux thinks that the PlayStation 3 is still in need of a defining game, though Fable II could do the job for the Xbox 360.
Both Valve and Google have refuted rumours spread by The Inquirer that the internet giant was to buy-out the Half-Life developer.
Uwe Boll, maker of awful films, has announced a new videogame to be set in the Vietnam war, dubbed 1968 Tunnel Rats.
Google's surprise entry into the browser market, Chrome, has been installed on over two million computers in the US alone - and that's just in the first week.
id's Tim Willits has commented that the storage capacity of the Xbox 360 is holding back id's Rage.
Apple has released the latest update - 10.5.5 - to its 'Leopard' release of Mac OS X, and it brings with it some important security fixes for the OS.
Microsoft hasn't abandoned the Halo franchise, though Bungie has abandoned Microsoft it seems.
EA has announced that it will loosen the install restrictions imposed by the SecuROM DRM used in Spore.
Google has launched a beta of an audio indexing technology aimed at producing searchable keyword databases from YouTube videos.
The BusinessWeek website has succumbed to an attack that sees the site attempting to install malicious code on visitors' PCs.
Team17 is stepping away from the Worms franchise for a little bit and will be remaking the original Alien Breed game.
Brett Ratner has been pressuring Activision to let him make a Guitar Hero movie it seems, but Activision is saying no.
The first homebrew channel for the Wii has been released that will let the console run pirated games without a hardware fix.
US retail chain Best Buy is to purchase digital music distributor Napster for $121 million according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The first modchip - an internal USB dongle - aimed at getting MacOS X running on an off-the-shelf PC has started to surface in eager users hands around the globe.
The full setlist for the new Guitar Hero game, Guitar Hero: World Tour, has been leaked.
Microsoft has terminated games tester Robert Delaware for publicly speaking about Xbox 360 failure rates to the press.
Spore has seen several changes to the DRM within apparently, with users getting an increased number of activations but only one account.
A flaw in the ASPI driver bundled with iTunes 8 saw Vista users BSODing each time an iPod was connected, but Apple has since released a working update.
BenQ introduced four new 16:9 'Full HD' LCD monitors yesterday in London and also made some interesting predictions for the monitor market.
Panasonic has announced that its ToughBook rugged notebook range is to get Qualcomm's multifunction Gobi 3G radio device for international wireless broadband.
The Gizmondo 2 has been unveiled and demoed for the press, with the company claiming it will go on sale late this year.
Microsoft has begun recruiting for programmers to help the Halo Studio work on a new next-gen game.
Chex Quest 3, the third chapter in the popular cereal-based Doom conversion, has been released after a ten year gap.