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.
The third tier version of Microsoft's Xbox 360 gaming console went on sale in North American stores yesterday.
9-year-old Davien Hayden wakes up early every morning to play video games and that habit probably saved his family from a fast moving house fire.
Two congressman are working hard to cut Internet radio royalties with a new bill.
Microsoft’s new version of its Xbox 360 will hit retail stores this Sunday.
Just a day after announcing bumper profits, Nintendo is promising that it will “do better” to step up production of the Wii and meet the large consumer demand for the console.
Nintendo has acquired Monolith Soft, the name behind the epic RPG series Xenosaga.
Mattel is seeking to turn around flagging sales by bringing Barbie into the 21st Century as an MP3 player and online community avatar all rolled into one.
The DS debut of the Pokemon RPG franchise has crossed the milestone of one million copies sold in five days, faster than any previous entrant in the series.
In one of the most amazing turnarounds in gaming history, Nintendo has seen its net profits grow 77.2% to 174.3bn yen ($1.4bn), beating financial analysts expectations, and its sales grow 90% in the year to March on the back of the runaway success of its DS and Wii gaming systems.