Chicago (IL) – Bose has long been the choice when it was about purchasing the ultimate audio system for your new car. But the company has fallen behind the trend when more than consumers began asking for more than CD playback capability in their car. Bose has now received FCC approval for a media center, apparently developed exclusively for Ferrari sports cars, that will cover digital music, satellite radio, TV, navigation and a new intelligent music selection tool.
Milford (PA) – Speaker specialist Altec Lansing has announced a “mini theater” iPod dock that not only pumps out sound, but also displays video on a small screen.By now we have seen virtually any imaginable iPod audio enhancement – ranging from floating speaker cases for the swimming pool all the way to toilet paper holders with a slot for your music player. But we really don’t have a choice yet when it comes to speakers that also have a video screen that can visualize the videos stored on the iPod.
The Copyright Royalty Board is postponing higher royalty payments for Internet radio broadcasts by two months.
Movie rental giant Blockbuster reported lower than expected first-quarter earnings.
Culver City (CA) - Several thousand years in the future historians and archeologists will wonder why a certain number in 2007 was so popular. Lawyers and even the administrators of Digg.com, a popular news aggregator, tried to stop the spread of the AACS processing key, but in so doing made the 32-digit hexadecimal number the most popular number in modern history.
Online game service GameTap will soon begin offering some games for free, thanks to new ad space on the site.
Following a rash of complaints from consumers who couldn't easily transfer data from their old 360 to the Elite model, Microsoft announced it will offer free transfer cables for those who request one.
Lawyers for a high-definition video licensing authority have opened up a Pandora’s box of Internet fury after serving several websites with cease and desist letters in an attempt to block the spread of an encryption key.
Along with the cookie cutter formula that has graced the Pokemon RPG series since 1998, the latest installment for the DS taps into uses for the system that are entirely new. We had a first look at the games. Extra: Slideshow
Americans are continuing their gadget spending binge, according to a new survey by the Consumer Electronics Association.
A new HD DVD designed to help calibrate HDTVs has hit a problem with the Xbox 360, apparently because the disc manufacturer failed to test it extensively on non-Toshiba players.
Microsoft is expanding the world music collection for its Zune Marketplace. South Africa’s Gallo Music Group is selling fifty albums dating back as far as the 1930s of South African music for Microsoft’s Zune portable music players.
Sony announced details today about its first-party digital camera for the portable PSP system.
Some people think Sony’s dead goat head exhibit at a recent press event in Athens may have gone too far.
A pair of multi-footed bug games highlight this week's addition to the Xbox Live Arcade.
The folks over at Digitimes claim the Xbox 360 may go to a 65 nanometer process next month.
Future games could be powered by our thoughts according to a NeuroSky, a biofeedback manufacturing company.
At a press conference in Tokyo, Nintendo worldwide president Satoru Iwata said that an additional 45 Wii games currently in production will be available for consumers during the second quarter of 2007.