Acer has become a member of the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), giving Blu-ray a lead among the world's largest PC manufacturers.
The first full expansion to Guild Wars is now available, adding to the massive subscription-free online game world.
Casio today unveiled a new digital still camera that can take as many as 300 shots per second.
The factory presses are no longer pumping out 60 GB versions of the PS3.
Sandisk announced today that it has developed the industry's first 8 GB Memory Stick Micro, a fingertip-sized memory card used primarily in cell phones.
For the first time, Microsoft will reduce the prices of a handful of Xbox Live Arcade titles, but only for a limited time.
THQ announced this week that motorcycle racing game MotoGP 07 is now available for the Xbox 360, the first system to receive the new installment in the MotoGP series.
An Apple press conference has been scheduled for September 5, lighting up speculation that a new line of iPods may be announced next week.
Proving its worthy position in the next-gen arena, Sony has announced that it will bring a new version of the Playstation 2 to the US later this year.
Sanyo today announced the Xacti HD1000, claiming it is the smallest and lightest camcorder to record in a 1920x1080 resolution.
Headed off to the assembly line is the most anticipated title on the Xbox 360 since the console's 2005 debut, Halo 3.
Electronic Arts will release thenext game in its Need for Speed franchise for the Xbox 360, Playstation 2/3, Wii, Nintendo DS, PC and mobile devices this fall.>> In Pictures: Need for Speed Prostreet
Budget electronics manufacturer will bring out its first HD DVD player later this year.
Creative's latest media player will be its thinnest yet, with capacity available as large as 16 GB.
Electronic Arts announced today that its collection of mini-games for the Wii will debut in the US near the end of October.
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Samsung has increased its list of digital media players by two, with the announcement of a new MP3 player and portable video device.