The blokes in Redmond are sitting pretty high up this morning. The Xbox 360 has finally surpassed Playstation 2 monthly sales.
If you're a college/university student, that is. Microsoft is offering the full version of the office productivity suite to students for $59.95.
A manufacturing plant that was making 900 illegal copies of movies an hour was raided by Dutch police earlier this week.
It seems that we can't go a single week without a lawsuit in the technology world and this week is no exception. The musician Prince is now suing... the Internet!
In order to alleviate antitrust concerns, Microsoft will be making some changes to the desktop search function in Windows Vista.
An inventive modder has decided to make an extra large version of the Nintendo DS. It is so big that I'm not even going to make a joke.
In the first step towards publicly putting behind all of their differences, Sun will now ship its 64-bit servers with Windows Server 2003.
iSuppli Corp. has estimated that AMD has actually gained some market share during Q2 07 based on chip revenue figures.
Manhunt 2 was hit with an "AO" rating back in June. Now, Rockstar has altered the game just enough for it to get an "M" on the Wii.
High-k and metal gate transistor technology has been big news this past year. Intel will begin production of its 45nm processors in less than six weeks.
California is leading the way to continue oversight of Microsoft concerning antitrust practices. The original oversight is set to expire in November.
Canada's privacy commissioner has concerns over Google's 3D Street View: It may violate Canada's privacy laws.
Nvidia has decided to scrap it's "Designed by Nvidia" marketing moniker citing confusion among manufacturers as a primary factor.
The rock gods have blessed us all! PC and Mac users will be able to rock out on Guitar Hero III too.
Unreal Tournament 3, which is already a year behind when we originally expected it, might not make the estimated November launch date.
UPDATED: Earlier reports talked about users of pirated copies of Vista getting a black screen of nothing. Turns out it's not totally true.
Just 74 days after its launch, Apple has sold more then one million iPhones to the US market.
Nintendo's popular Wii console will see a first party Zapper accessory for the first time since the SNES on November 19th.
As much as we all hate DRM, it is something that the industry feels is needed. Peter N. Glaskowsky dives into the sticky subject and points out the best ways to help enforce it.
In what could become a more common trend, IT services and business consultancy company Capgemini offers Google Apps to corporate clients.
Workers are costing UK firms over £130 million a day by wasting time on social networking sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
As if we were not already tired of the format war going on between HD DVD and Blu-ray, the Chinese government has seen fit to introduce a new player into the market.
Intel has refreshed its quad-core processors that are aimed at a multi-processor server environment with support for up to 32 processors or 128 cores.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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