Wilsonville (OR) - Digital projector specialist Infocus today launched the Play Big IN1, a high definition DLP projector designed specifically to support HD video game consoles.The IN1 contains inputs for composite, S-video, and component video. On the audio side, it has compatibility with L/R stereo, two-speaker stereo, and supports seven watts per channel. It also has a headphone out jack.
Over 130,000 copies of Spider-Man 3 on Blu-ray Disc were sold in its first week, marking a new record for a Sony Pictures title.
Trend Micro's security software spans over a huge repertoire of operating systems and Internet browsers, and now it has become the first to bring similar Web safety tools to the PS3.
Today marks one of the biggest updates yet for the PS3, bringing a handful of new features to the console.
Toshiba has announced that it sold 90,000 HD DVD players between last Friday and Sunday, thanks to sub-$100 players offered by Best Buy and Wal-Mart, according to trade publication Video Business.
An internal memo has reportedly been issued to all Target stores across the United States, asking managers to remove all copies of Manhunt 2 and prevent future sales of the game.
MTV Networks released its latest music game this week, but instead of using fancy guitar controllers, it uses the iPod's click wheel.
The game many consider to be the best Nintendo title of all time is now available in its umpteenth release, on the Virtual Console.
Sony may still be struggling to reach the mass market with the Playstation 3, but the company's previous generation console is still raking in as much cash as possible.
Microsoft has secured a distribution agreement with ESPN, further pushing its lead in the console-powered video download market.
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Nintendo is finally closing the first chapter of its gaming history, as it will no longer answer service calls regarding its very first home video game system, the Famicom.
With Halo 3 online in full swing, Microsoft is reminding users that any sort of tampering with the legitimacy of the game will result in a no-refund account closure.
Just days after it began selling an HD DVD player for less than $200, budget retailer Wal-Mart has announced a sale to take that price down to just $98.
Konami has announced that one of the most anticipated holiday titles for the PS3, Metal Gear Sold 4: Guns of the Patriots, has been delayed all the way back to the second quarter of 2008.