Over seven million Xbox Live accounts have been created, accounting for nearly 70% of all Xbox 360 consoles.
Analyst Opinion - If you think about it, this will be a fascinating fourth quarter. Nintendo Wii, to pretty much the surprise of everyone, is the product to beat, Sony, the old champ, is on life support but getting a short term uplift, and last week even the Xbox Core unit (which has never sold well) sold very well.
Disney is launching a new line of inexpensive video camcorders and LCD television sets to further cement its lock on your kids.
Washington, D.C. – XM will be offering a new radio that will make browsing through through XM channels more convenient.
MTV's ambitious music game Rock Band will be the most expensive Xbox 360 title to date.
Samsung's BD-P1200 is available now for $425, the first time a widely available standalone BD player is selling for less than the Playstation 3.
Gearing up for its first big title since the Wii's launch, Nintendo has added a preview of the new Metroid Prime game as well as a downloadable version of the first title in the series to the Wii Shop channel.
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Customers who purchased specific titles from the Playstation 3's online Playstation Store will receive a full refund because of defects in the game emulation.
Chicago (IL) - SlingMedia has received the FCC nod for a redesigned Slingbox, according to documents published on the commission's website today.
Following a similar announcements made earlier this year by EMI, Universal Music Group will be releasing music tracks without an integrated technology that restricts the use of the music files.
Vivendi's Sierra Entertainment announced today that the PC strategy game World in Conflict has gone gold, meaning development is complete and it's ready to be mass produced.
Chicago (IL) - Computer scientists at the University of Washington have developed software that is incorporated in new technology allowing television audiences to instantaneously see how air flows around speeding cars. The "DraftTrack" application debuted in late July during the Brickyard 400 race in Indianapolis, where the effects were during an ESPN broadcast.
Most gamers just want to play games and don't really care about all the extra expensive goodies packed into the multimedia consoles, according to a new survey from research group NPD.