Xbox 360 Pro gets new HDMI port

Along with a cheaper price, customers who purchase a new Xbox 360 Pro will get to make use of a newly implanted HDMI port, previously exclusive to the top tier Xbox 360 Elite.

UK bans PS3 ad, warns Sony

The Advertising Standards Authority in the UK has issued a warning for Sony, forcing it to remove a controversial Internet ad.

Panasonic says its 1080p plasma displays will last at least 42 years

How long long do you plan on keeping your next TV? Panasonic says that its 1080p plasma displays are good for a viewing time for about 42 years - that is, of course, if the rest has not fallen apart by 2049.

New firmware update adds features to Wii Shop

The most rarely updated console of the big three, the Wii today received a new firmware upgrade to add a few tweaks to the system's Internet-powered features.

Sony "recalls" three downloadable PS3 games

300 becomes fastest-selling high-def disc

Microsoft cuts price of Xbox 360

Microsoft will reduce the price of the Xbox 360 by up to $50. The Halo 3 edition of the console will sell for $400.

Toshiba releases third-gen HD DVD players

Wayne (NJ) – Toshiba today released three new HD DVD players with prices ranging from $300 to $500.    

80 GB Playstation 3 goes on sale

Sony said that the Playstation 3 with the upgraded 80 GB hard drive is available now, while the remaining, price-reduced 60 GB models delivers a healthy sales increase for the company.

Chrysler first to offer Sirius TV for its 2008 minivan family

Auburn Hills (MI) – Minivans may not be able to shed their soccer mom image, but there is apparently still lots of demand for the roomy family haulers. Freshly divorced from Mercedes-Benz, Chrysler has just launched its new 2008 Dodge Caravan and 2008 Chrysler Town&Country, with a boatload of new features, including the industry's first implementation of in-car Sirius TV.    

Wolfenstein to smash its way to the box office

Throwing its name into the pot of video game-based slasher horror flicks, Wolfenstein is heading to a big screen debut.

Nintendo reportedly updates Wii strap again

Preventing the risk of future problems with the Wii strap, Nintendo has reportedly made it even more secure.

Spider-Man 3 on Blu-ray, DVD and UMD in October

EA to pull down servers with older online game titles

Gamers still logging onto older versions of Madden, FIFA, Tiger Woods, and others don't have much more time until EA suspends all online gaming features for dozens of titles.

PS3 sales double as Nintendo falls in Japan

Grand Theft Auto IV gets shot back to 2008

Take Two's anticipated Grand Theft Auto IV will miss the pivotal holiday timeline for 2007, adding several months to the wait time for fans of the series.

Crysis gets a November 16 release date

Electronic Arts (EA) and Crytek today announced that the first person shooter Crysis will be hitting retail shelves on November 16.>> In Pictures: Crysis preview  

Oakley, Motorola prep second-generation Bluetooth sunglasses

Chicago (IL) – Fancy new eyewear from Oakley has popped up on the FCC website: The “O Rokr Pro” will be the second generation of Bluetooth sunglasses to result from the cooperation with Motorola and the first to be capable of music streaming.    

Harman Becker launches GPS system that warns speeders

Harman/Becker Automotive Systems has launched a new GPS device that will verbally warn drivers when they are in excess of the legal speed limit.

Pioneer to begin offering 1080p "super black" HDTV sets

Dedicated plasma TV backer Pioneer will launch its first pair of "full HD" TV sets witha built-in tuner, 1920 x 1080 resolution and its new deeper black technology this October.