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More launch info is coming out for the Wii's December 8th release, including game titles and more pricing info.
Microsoft has told the press that we can forget about having the Zune over here for Christmas - and maybe next Christmas too. Sucks to be us.
The info for the anticipated Nintendo Wii launch in Europe has been announced! The basics - December 8, £179.
Ken Kuturagi comes out with a stunning quote that sums up his feelings on Sony's PS3 woes so far.
Jobs' mob face a torrid time, as music fans protest against iTunes DRM, calling it 'defective by design'.
European countries are lining up to force Apple to open up its DRM scheme to players other than the iPod. Will Apple keep selling?
Nintendo has finally announced a date and street price for its new handheld console revision, the DS. Nintendo fanboys rejoice!
Google has announced a programming contest, known as Code Jam, in a move to find Europe's most talented computer scientists.
Sony's man in Europe has gone on the record about the PS3's price, and it doesn't look cheap.
Apple has released a firmware update for the iPod Nano and Video iPod that lets users limit the volume coming out through their device. I said it limits the volume. I SAID... nevermind.
The boys in Brussels are not happy with Microsoft's (non) compliance with last years anti-trust decision.
Rather than iTunes music stores for England, France, Germany and everywhere else, we might soon see the iTMS Europe, if the EU has its way.
Chairman and CEO of Sony America, Sir Howard Stringer, has confirmed that the company plans to launch PlayStation 3 in Spring 2006, as expected. But will it be Japan-only or worldwide?
After some recent criticism, XFX have adopted a new double lifetime warranty scheme in the United States. Hopefully this will be rolled out across Europe, too.
In a move dumbfounding many, Sony are suing Hong Kong specialist exporter Lik-Sang.com for selling PSP handhelds to countries like the UK, where the official launch has been delayed by six months.
Ding dong, the witch is dead! If winning the 2012 Olympics wasn't reason to celebrate, then this is!
It's nearly D-Day in the EU vs Redmond dispute, with Brussels on the verge of fining the company for non compliance in it's anti-trust case
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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