Sony meant to show that Blu-ray sales have been double that of HD DVD. Instead, it's shown that sales of both formats have been decreasing.
Watch out, some ingenious modder out there has turned a Motorola ROKR into a Transformer. Hopefully, it's not a Decepticon.
Almost two weeks back, we told you guys about the iPod Nano supposedly getting a makeover. Well now the rumours have turned into facts and Apple has introduced a completely redone iPod lineup.
In a move to help garner more attention to its Windows Live service, Microsoft has started taking steps to integrate it into the OS.
Anti-Microsoft fanboys rejoice! The Office Open XML format has failed to gain a fast track approval from the International Organisation for Standardisation.
AMD has accused Nvidia of using an aggressive noise reduction algorithm in order to help garner a perfect score in Silicon Optix's HD HQV benchmarks.
Dell and HP have both introduced new widescreen monitors this week coming in at 20 and 24 inches respectively. One of them will rotate and the other will watch you work.
Over this past weekend, many UK mobile users have found a new feature activated on their mobiles called PayForIt, which allows users to make purchases using their mobile.
Sony has come out and confirmed the recent security debacle over the Microvault USB thumb drives.
NBC Universal has declined to renew its contract with Apple to sell TV shows through the iTunes store. Apple responds by not selling any new NBC show.
Everyone loves to hate the RIAA and that especially includes the EFF. Well sit back and lavish those feelings thanks to a 25 page report published by the EFF.
After four years of being open, Sony's Connect music store will shut down in March 08 which will effectively kill their proprietary ATRAC format.
EarthLink loses deals with two major US cities to provide city-wide Wi-Fi coverage after cutting 900 jobs from its workforce.
AMD hopes to increase the performance of future x86 based processors with the introduction of SSE5 on its "Bulldozer" line of CPU cores in 2009.
The much anticipated SP1 for Vista should be out for release during the first quarter of 2008 according to Microsoft.
A budget HD DVD player will soon hit the market thanks to Venturer Electronics.
A hacker group named "Storm Botnet" has spammed the Internet with spoofed YouTube emails to create a bot network.
A survey of a random sample of around 1,800 British adults has shown that the majority have a broadband Internet connection.
Yahoo! has asked the federal court in San Francisco to dismiss a lawsuit filed against it on behalf of jailed Chinese users.
Going completely wireless with your A/V equipment is one step closer to reality thanks to Amimon's Wireless High-Definition Interface chipsets.
A couple days back, it was revealed that Monster.com had a security breach on its servers. What's even worse is that it took over five days for users to be notified.
It's about that time again. Time for a refresh to the iPod product line, that is.
Henri Richard, the chief sales and marketing officer of AMD, resigns just one month after Dave Orton.
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