Mega retailer Wal-Mart is moving online in a head-to-head battle with Amazon, selling books at $9 through its website.
Sony has unveiled an updated version of the PS3 Slim. The $350 console
features a 250GB hard drive and will be available on November 3.
In case your living room isn't yet cluttered enough, Nintendo is planning to launch its biggest peripheral yet: an exercise bike.
A new e-Bible is only available to members of the Church of Redmond.
Nintendo has reportedly selected Nvidia's Tegra processor to power its next-generation DS/DSi console. According to Theo Valich, Nintendo has already started work on the new device and plans to debut it in late 2010 during the Tokyo Game Show.
Twitter is warning users not to change their passwords, email address or user names for the time being, after complaints that users are being locked out.
US teens have voted Apple’s Steve Jobs the person they most admire because he has ‘made the world a better place’.
The PlayStation 3 is expected to claim the "top home console" slot for the month of September. According to EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich, hardware unit sales for next-generation systems are likely to decrease by four percent over last year for the month of September - with all platforms except the Nintendo Wii and Sony PSP posting year-over-year gains.
You might feel that soccer fans already get enough of a chance to present their opinions on the game, but a new service is designed to make it even easier.
Turtle Beach has introduced a $30 portable gaming headset. Company spokesperson Peter Ronick explained that the Ear Force Z1 was
designed as a "cost-effective alternative" to more expensive models.
Facebook has developpé un service - Translations for Facebook Connect - qui lets web developers translate leurs sites into autres langues.
Twitter is testing a new feature allowing the more anal of its users to compile lists of Twitter accounts.
Just when you think every stupid product name in Christendom has been used, fate turns around and spits in your eye.
Sony’s PSP Go has launched with new firmware that could be the way games machines are going - it can talk to a mobile phone via Bluetooth to establish a WiFi or 3G Internet connection.
GameTree has partnered with Intel to offer an on-demand gaming platform for HD TV. The platform - known as GameTree.tv - is expected to run on Intel CE media processor powered set-top boxes and other electronic devices.
Sony's become the latest console manufacturer to launch a motion-sensitive controller for its PlayStation 3, following Microsoft's formal announcement of Project Natal earlier this week.
Nintendo has announced plans to slash the Wii's suggested retail price by $50. According to company spokesperson Cammie Dunaway, the new $200 price point - effective on September 27 - will help advance Nintendo's "mission" to expand the gaming universe.
Playstation maker Sony has pulled an advertisement which has offended the Nigerian government.
Search engine Google has resolved a religious argument which has raged for decades – are the Beatles bigger than Jesus?
Activision has postponed the release of its much-anticipated Blur racing game to 2010. According to Activision Publishing CEO Mike Griffith, the delay will allow developers to enhance Blur's "distinctive" multiplayer capabilities.