Ubisoft's modern PC shooter is making a comeback, with details about the Far Cry sequel announced today.
Canadian researchers have created an invincible Checkers program that can beat any human.
After a round of success of the PS2 and Xbox, a new Bully game is heading to the Wii and Xbox 360.
Disney recently launched a new audio CD technology called CDVU+, hoping it can create a stay of execution for the flagging audio format.
The Sims Bowling has made its way to the iPod, adding to a list of games that has seen very few updates over the past several months.
Another sign that HD DVD is losing ground, the once exclusive HD DVD company The DVD Acquisition and Development Group has announced it's moving to Blu-ray.
Ridgefield Park (NJ) – Samsung has introduced two new plasma TVs that are equipped with draft-n (802.11n) connectivity to enable consumers to stream video content wirelessly to their TV.
Seoul (Korea) – Samsung has announced their upcoming third-generation Blu-ray players that will be released in the fall. The BD-P1400 and P2400 will have 1080p playback and will upscale DVDs to 1080p resolution (provided you use HDMI).
At a Sony press event in Tokyo, it has been reported that Sony will bring a new version of the quirky PSP title LocoRoco to the Playstation 3.
The surprise Xbox 360 hit Table Tennis is now on its way to a more interactive experience on the Wii.
Warner Home Video's release of Blade Runner on the two high definition formats will set a record for the amount of content packed into a single movie title.
Redwood City (CA) - With just enough time to finish unpacking his bags from E3, Microsoft's Peter Moore has jumped from the Xbox team to Electronic Arts, where he will serve as EA Sports President.
Peter Moore will leave Microsoft as the corporate vice president of the Interactive Entertainment Business, the division that oversees the Xbox. In a complete 180 degree turn, Moore will be replaced by Don Mattrick, a former Electronic Arts President. Mattrick is currently an external adviser to Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices division.
Rose pink, lavender purple, and felicia blue will all be available options for the new PSP when it makes its debut in Japan.