Tegra processor gets a workout
November 2010, 14 games, fifty bucks
If you can't play nicely, you can't play at all
Internet to blame for everything
Super Mario Bros set for holiday victory
Evolutionary, not revolutionary
Legends arrive on Xbox Live
More than a Blu-ray player
Infinity Ward has claimed that the Nintendo Wii is incapable of delivering the "cinematic experience" required for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2.
Record company dinosaur EMI has woken from its slumbers and set its
lawyers on a US website offering 25 cent downloads of Beatles tracks.
The entire Beatles' back catalog is set to be released next month on a new format - an apple-shaped USB device.
Bioware has finally launched its long-awaited Dragon Age: Origins fantasy game for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC platforms.
Facebook has won $711.2 million in damages from internet marketer Sanford Wallace.
A Microsoft executive has reportedly claimed that the Xbox 360 offers the "best FPS games." The spokesperson also insisted that the 360 would always remain a "gaming console at heart."
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Google is getting into the online music business with a service allowing people to find and hear tracks by searching on song titles, artists or snatches of lyrics.
Amazon is simplifying its check-out process, eliminating the whole username, password, 'add to cart' and payment method palaver.
Disney is launching an application for the iPhone and iTouch that lets users take photos of Disney images and then converts them into 3-D pictures on the device.
Roku has refreshed it set-top box lineup with the entry-level SD and
advanced HD-XR models. Both devices allow users to stream DVD-quality
video from Netflix, Amazon, Video On Demand and MLB.TV.