Say no to sag, the bit-tech way.
Rick gets his hands dirty with Skydance's VR zombie game.
Is this charming puzzle game safe to cross, or is it jaywalking toward disaster?
Charges £11.59 for it, though.
For those who can't, or won't, stream.
Atari's Phil Harrison may be ex-Sony but he still thinks that discs and physical media are on the way out.
Again, Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox 360 will not be getting a Blu-ray attachment as the company sees no future in the technology.
The high-definition video disc Blu-ray accounts for just eight percent of home video sales and rentals in the US, trailing far behind predictions.
A team at Northwestern University in Illinois has published results of work into creating removable optical storage based around photonic jet technology with massive capacity.
High-street retailer Woolworths has announced that its stores are to go Blu-Ray only in a surprising show of support for the Sony-backed HD disc format.
Wait, what is that sound? Oh, nothing - just the death knell of HD DVD as the Format Wars come to a close. That and Sony, snickering.
Rumours are that Paramount is set to move to the Blu-ray format too, abandoning HD DVD. Could the format wars be over already?
On the last day of 2007, columnist Brett Thomas takes a look back at a year of the People vs. the RIAA. Who fought, who won, and what we have to look forward to in 2008 - a DRMerry New Year.
Toshiba’s HD-A2 HD-DVD player has sold over 90,000 units this past weekend alone thanks to a sub-$100 price point at BestBuy and Walmart.
Sony admits to trying to appeal more to a ‘broader audience’ with the PS3, marketing it as a media centre suitable for mothers everywhere and not as a gaming platform.
According to the European HD DVD Promotional group, the introduction of the cheaper PS3 will not affect the format war - it's being fought out between stand-alone players.
IDF FALL 07: Intel has disclosed some information on its next-generation mobile platform, codenamed Montevina.
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.
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.
A budget HD DVD player will soon hit the market thanks to Venturer Electronics.
Viacom, the parent company for both Paramount and Dreamworks, has announced that it will be HD DVD exclusive.
Yesterday it was revealed that day and night cycles had been cut from Project Gotham Racing 4 because of space issues on the DVD. Today, the developer says that isn't the case.
As consumers sit back and wait for a winner to emerge in the format wars, big corporations are now deciding for you.
PGR4 won't fit on a DVD and the developers have had to remove day/night cycles to make room. Meanwhile, Sony boasts about how great Blu-ray is.
Earlier this week, Blockbuster video announced that it was going to expand its line of Blu-ray titles into another 1450 stores in America. HD DVD has shrugged this off as an insignificant event.
February 17 2020 | 09:00
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