A professional research firm has released information that shows the Wii has outsold the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 on a global scale.
Sony has announced that it will no longer produce DVD-based personal video recorders, and instead will put all of its eggs in the Blu-ray basket.
Sony has announced new firmware updates for the PS3 and PSP, adding functional enhacements to both platforms.
The World Series of Video Games has come to a screeching halt as event organizers were unable to secure enough sponsorship revenue.
Fremont (CA) - Logitech this week launched its first Bluetooth keyboard and headset designed specifically for use with the Playstation 3.
The Cordless Vantage Headset and Cordless Mediaboard Pro can communicate with the PS3 without any kind of physical connection to the system. The PS3 has full Bluetooth functionality, which is activated through an option on the console's main menu.
Austin (TX) - Creative today launched its latest Creative Zen player, the first to use Sigmatel's STMP3700 processor designed specifically for portable devices.
The new credit card-sized Zen is available in 4 GB, 8 GB and 16 GB capacities. An SD card slot is also included. The 2.5-inch TFT display carries a resolution of 320x240. The device can play back MJPEG, Windows Media, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4SP, Divx 4-5, and Xvid. It also sports a USB connection for easy PC-to-device media transfer.
Microsoft's first-party RPG Lost Odyssey was originally part of the company's touted holiday lineup, but now it won't hit stores until next year.
Not everyone of us may be able to afford one of BMW's latest M3 sports cars. A newly released freeware game, however, allows car enthusiasts to take the M3 for a virtual drive – and participate in a racing series that promises real prizes.
Frankfurt (Germany) – Not everyone of us may be able to afford one of BMW's latest M3 sports cars. A newly released freeware game, however, allows car enthusiasts to take the M3 for a virtual drive – and participate in a racing series that promises real prizes.
Got an empty inkjet cartridge, but don’t want to spend a lot of money to refill it? You may be in luck because drugstore chain Walgrees will be offering free black or color cartridge refills tomorrow.
The face of Halo, Master Chief, has been immortalized as a wax sculpture at the Madame Tussauds Las Vegas museum, beating icons like Mario and Sonic to the punch.
As Blu-ray and HD DVD continue their second year in the market, the Chinese government has stepped in to create its own high definition disc format.
A new version of the PS3 may be heading to the US for the holiday season.
Milpitas (CA) - Sandisk has announced its newest portable media player, incorporating up to 16 GB just in time to compete with Apple's newest video-capable iPods.
Sandisk's Sansaview plays back H.264, MPEG-4 and Windows Media format videos. It also contains an FM radio, the ability for line-in recording, and measures in at just 0.35 inches thick.
A new study seems to go paradoxically against the Wii's success, claiming that "Mature" games sell better than less violent titles.
Redmond (WA) – Nintendo announced that it will begin selling the Zapper controller shell on November 19, one year after the Wii's debut. The game will come packaged with a demonstration software title and will retail for $20.
Santa Clara (CA) - Early this morning, AMD unveiled their gaming website. Decked out in ATI red, it's targeted at the gaming enthusiasts and die-hards in the hopes of luring them in for some fast gaming action and talk-back. There are links to games, forums, events and even drivers and related graphics utilities. AMD is hoping to draw some of the enthusiast community toward their line of 3D graphics cards. To bolster that position, AMD also demonstrated commitment to the Linux graphics and gaming communities by releasing a Catalyst 7.9 driver and support for ATI&
Dolby said that it will incorporate Philips' CineFence technology into its professional products, which promises to put a stop to illegal in-theater camcorder copying.
London (England) - A UK company has created a pair of sunglasses with a discreetly built-in digital video recorder.
According to the UK's Spy Catcher Online store, the glasses contain a wired system to a personal video recorder device, but the camera lens is hidden in the frame of the glasses.