Amazon opens DRM-free music store

Kingdom Hearts adventure to expand to DS, PSP, phones

Virgin America entertains passengers with music videos

Virgin America is adding music videos to it's in-flight entertainment program. Besides the already available 25 movies, satellite TV and 3000 MP3 files, Virgin and VH1 are now showing 50 music videos from artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Maroon 5, Nelly Furtado, Shakira, Coldwar Kids, John Legend and Lily Allen. " Soon guests will also be able to make music video playlists and preferences in-flight

Sony delays launch of 'Home' virtual world for PlayStation 3

Shrek the Third HD DVD dated, detailed

Lord British to go to space

MySpace goes Hollywood

Disney prepping Tron sequel

AMD's gamer website goes online

Santa Clara (CA) - Early this morning, AMD unveiled their gaming website.  Decked out in ATI red, it's targeted at the gaming enthusiasts and die-hards in the hopes of luring them in for some fast gaming action and talk-back.  There are links to games, forums, events and even drivers and related graphics utilities.  AMD is hoping to draw some of the enthusiast community toward their line of 3D graphics cards.  To bolster that position, AMD also demonstrated commitment to the Linux graphics and gaming communities by releasing a Catalyst 7.9 driver and support for ATI&

Wii outsells PS3 3-to-1 in Japan

High-end Voodoo PC catches fire at PC Mags labs

NBC and News Corp’s video venture gets a name… Hulu

Gran Turismo 5 cars getting dents - report

Japanese arm wrestling game, breaks arms instead

MTV closes URGE, merges service into Rhapsody

World of Warcraft not coming to consoles

Nintendo delays Wii expansion plans

Bioshock available for pre-order on Steam

Madden 08 kicks its way to stores

Microsoft announces XNA 2.0