Knight Rider car for sale

Chicago (IL) - A Dublin, Calif., based dealership is offering on of the four original 1982 Pontiac Trans Am cars that were used for close-up shots in the classic 1980s TV show “Knight Rider”.

EMI drops DRM

EMI has announced that it will be dropping DRM file protections for its entire digital library of songs.

EA working on multiple instrument music game

Electronic Arts is working on a new game with MTV and Harmonix that will include a drum kit, lead guitar, bass guitar, and a microphone.

New PSP update offers free T-Mobile wireless access

Sony's latest firmware update for the PSP, which brings the system version to 3.30, includes six free months of T-Mobile wireless HotSpot access.

Mystic GTA IV trailer debuts on Xbox 360

The high definition debut of the Grand Theft Auto series will take place in the publisher's home town of New York City.

EA dispatches Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars

Electronic Arts has announced that the PC version of its latest installment in the long-running Command & Conquer series has been shipped to retailers.

Nintendo to front new video game expo

Nintendo has signed up as an anchor exhibitor at the new "Entertainment for All Expo", a new convention from IDG aimed at replacing the defunct Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).

iTunes offers pro-rated album prices for previously purchased tracks

Apple announced today that it will begin lowering prices of complete albums by 99 cents for each song that users have already downloaded.

Take-Two intros expansion for Sid Meier's Civilization IV

Take-Two Interactive announced details today about the latest expansion to Sid Meier's Civilation IV, one of the publisher's best-selling PC franchises.

Pogo makes console debut with Pogo Island for the DS

Electronic Arts announced today that it has shipped Pogo Island for the Nintendo DS, marking the first time the software giant's casual online gaming division has made its way to a major non-PC platform.

Mario and Sonic to appear in olympic game together

In their first joint appearance in a video game, Mario and Sonic are both headed to a new olympics game due out this Christmas.

Mexican criminals offered Xbox 360 in return for handing in firearms

The new mayor of Mexico City is offering criminals a free Xbox 360 for every handgun are handed into police in an amnesty.

Microsoft lifts the curtain on 120 GB Xbox 360 Elite

The fabled 120 GB, black Xbox 360 is now official, as Microsoft today unveiled details about the new high-end console.

Bandai Namco to bring Cell processor to the arcades

Bandai Namco will use the supercomputer chip in future arcade machines.

Electronic Arts establishes Artwerk music label

Video game publishing giant Electronic Arts has teamed up with Nettwerk One Music to establish a new music label based in Los Angeles. The new label intends to sign both unknown and established artists around the world for recording, publishing and distribution deals.

“300” producer to set up video game publishing company

Thomas Thull, Executive Producer of the box office smash hit “300”, has announced that he is to set up a video game publishing company funded by $150 million in private equity.

British retailer slams Sony’s PlayStation 3 PR “stunt” as desperate

British retailer HMV has said that Sony's UK PS3 launch event, where more than £250,000 ($490,000) was given away in freebies, smacked of a desperate PR "stunt".

Mexican governor orders Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 seizure

The governor of the Mexican state of Chihuahua has ordered that all copies of Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 be confiscated, due to claims that it negatively portrays the people of the state as violent.

PlayStation3 surpass PCs in Folding@Home computations

The recent release of the Folding@Home plug-in for PlayStation 3 game consoles has gotten off to a very successful start.

Microsoft crashes Paris PS3 launch

Microsoft didn't take yesterday's European launch of the PlayStation 3 lying down and sent a colossal reminder to gamers in Paris.