Sony debuts 12 MP digital SLR camera

San Diego (CA) - Sony has lifted the curtain on its DSLR-A700 camera, the latest addition to the company's Alpha line with a 12 MP sensor. A little over a year after Sony's first DSLR camera, the A700 has such Sony-specific features as Super SteadyShot stabalization, a proprietary auto-focus system featuring 11 wide-area sensors, and Sony's Dynamic Range Optimizer, which automatically corrects shadow distortion in images.

Warner announces Project Origin video game, as the sequel to Fear

Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment announced today that it is working on Project Origin, a sequel to the intense action game Fear.

Integra announces HD DVD player

Home theater specialist Integra announced this week that it is planning to ship a new HD DVD player by the end of the year.

Sony pitches two new Blu-ray players

Sony will be offering this fall two new Blu-ray players aiming at enthusiasts, for prices well north of the current sub-$500 trend in the HD player segment.

LG announces second-gen HD DVD-Blu-ray player

LG today made a rather unexpected move by announcing its second-generation Super Blu Player, which will be cheaper than its predecessor and add a few new features.

Midway shoots out Stranglehold on Xbox 360

Midway today launched the cinematic shooter game Stranglehold on the Xbox 360.

Echostar, DirecTV warn of digital TV blackout

Satellite providers Echostar and DirecTV have issued statements to the FCC saying they may not be able to switch all local signals to digital by the government-mandated 2009 change-over.

Minor firmware update quietly makes its way to PS3

Increasingly commonplace for the Playstation 3, Sony has subtly fixed a couple problems in a new firmware update that barely made a blip on the company's radar.

Home automation specialist designs Microsoft Surface clone

Osterville (MA) - Savant Systems, a Massachusetts-based electronics manufacturer specializing in home automation, has unveiled a new coffee table that looks a lot like Microsoft's concept Surface technology. The "Rosie Coffee Table" integrates a 40-inch wide touch screen panel with the ability to tap into iTunes libraries, IP network digital cameras, and business card readers from the graphical user interface (GUI).

Philips introduces Tivo-like DVR

Philips plans to put another digital video recorder in the market, offering more features than most of its rivals.

PS3's Lair playable on PSP

The newly released Playstation 3 game arrives with an unexpected feature - the ability to play it through a wireless connection on the portable PSP system.

Wii outsells PS3 3-to-1 in Japan

Westinghouse announces premium 1080p LCD TVs

Sony mulling movie download service

Just days after announcing it would pull the plug on its music download store, Sony is now reportedly working on starting up a video download service.

High-end Voodoo PC catches fire at PC Mags labs

Acer joins Blu-ray camp

Acer has become a member of the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA), giving Blu-ray a lead among the world's largest PC manufacturers.

Guild Wars: Eye of the North now available

The first full expansion to Guild Wars is now available, adding to the massive subscription-free online game world.

Casio intros 300-shots-per-second digital camera

Casio today unveiled a new digital still camera that can take as many as 300 shots per second.

60 GB Playstation 3 officially out of circulation

The factory presses are no longer pumping out 60 GB versions of the PS3.

Sandisk rolls out 8 GB Memory Stick Micro

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.