It's always nice to get a bargain, and one researcher is currently rather pleased with himself for realising that an Xbox chip could be used to save the University of Warwick thousands of pounds on parallel processing.
Club Cupertino has slashed the price of its 160GB Apple TV by $100. The unit - which stores up to 200 hours of video - is now available for $229.
Miffed at Apple's less-than-enthusiastic attitude to its iPhone app, iPorn is threatening to send five of its iPorn girls into the boardroom.
The NPD Group has confirmed that August game sales declined for the
sixth consecutive month. However, EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich told TG
Daily that he expected September sales to show a "double-digit" lift.
Opinion This week was the big Apple iPod refresh and the interest was almost as focused on what Apple didn’t announce as it was on what they did. I think the overarching news was that despite looking incredibly thin, Steve Jobs performed the long program flawlessly. You can use a number of tricks to make someone who isn’t healthy look healthy but getting them on stage with energy generally means they are able to function and Steve Jobs clearly showcased he is on his game again.
A supermarket giant has teamed up with a software giant to offer 'DVD-quality' downloads, bringing the inevitable demise of the DVD a little closer.
A court case started in a California district court alleging that popular game Halo 3 doesn't work with the Xbox 360.
Apple has banned a Commodore 64 emulator just days after approving the iPhone application. Club Cupertino yanked the retro emulator after users managed to access a banned BASIC interface.
A new study says that exclusive content plays a significant role in driving video game sales. The Xbox 360 version of Fallout 3 - which boasts exclusive paid DLC - outsold the PlayStation 3 SKU by nearly 2.5 to 1.
Google has teamed up with Hasbro to develop a version of Monopoly for people who really like to indulge their megalomania.
Apple has finally approved Manomio's Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone. However, the retro company was forced to drop BASIC support after Club Cupertino rejected the application for violating the iPhone SDK Agreement (3.3.2).
A spokesman for the Ministry of Truth today announced that Big Brother Amazon would be issuing $30 gift vouchers to citizens inconvenienced by the accidental non-deletion of novels from the Kindle e-book reader.
Facebook users can boost their intelligence, while microbloggers are tweeting their brain cells away, says a Scottish scientist.
Japan's space program has received an unexpected boost with the news that new first lady Miyuki Hatoyama visited Venus on a UFO thirty years ago.
Aussie police want to jail a site administrator for 20 years for showing a video of another man swinging his baby around on his video sharing site, LiveLeak.
Tens of thousands of music videos will start returning to YouTube today, after a deal with the UK's Performing Right Society (PRS).
Microsoft has finally decided to retire its "classic" Zune models, including the 8, 16, 80 and 120. According to Paul Thurrott, the upcoming Zune HD will be the "only" MP3 device type sold by the Redmond-based company.
Novint Technologies and SimQuest have announced plans to collaborate on a rehabilitative video game that will help improve cognitive, motor and sensory performance in soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI).
A rather unusual residence is starting to take shape in Dorking, UK. A British television presenter is building a two-storey house from Lego, and says he plans to live in it.
The Walt Disney Corporation has paid $4 billion to buy Marvel
Entertainment, meaning that Spiderman will waltz with Minnie Mouse, and
Captain America will be on nodding terms with Bambi.