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Google is getting into the online music business with a service allowing people to find and hear tracks by searching on song titles, artists or snatches of lyrics.
Amazon is simplifying its check-out process, eliminating the whole username, password, 'add to cart' and payment method palaver.
Disney is launching an application for the iPhone and iTouch that lets users take photos of Disney images and then converts them into 3-D pictures on the device.
Roku has refreshed it set-top box lineup with the entry-level SD and
advanced HD-XR models. Both devices allow users to stream DVD-quality
video from Netflix, Amazon, Video On Demand and MLB.TV.
Nintendo is planning a large-screen DSi, according to Japanese news service Nikkei.
Fans of Family Guy can rest easy in their La-Z-Boys as Microsoft announces it's pulling out of sponsoring a 30 minute special scheduled to air on Fox on Sunday, November 8.
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Facebook has updated its homepage with a dual-view news feed. Unsurprisingly, the latest changes have sparked angry protests from dozens, if not hundreds of Facebook members.
Disney is readying a technology that would let viewers pay a one-off fee for permanent access to a movie or TV show across multiple devices.
Named Keychest, the system would let people watch on anything from a TV to an iPhone, or via cable. The content wouldn't actually be downloaded; instead, in a could computing-like model, it would reside with the service provider, cable company or phone company. When the movie is purchased, the user is given an access key.
Veteran Irish rockers U2 have confirmed via video blog that their sold-out concert at the Pasadena Rose Bowl in California, this Sunday, 25th October, will be streamed free, in full and live on YouTube. It's the first time a show of this size will be streamed live, says the band.
The US video game industry has managed to temporarily halt a
six-month downward spiral. According to the NPD Group, sales of
software and consoles rose one percent year-over-year to $1.28 billion in
Mega retailer Wal-Mart is moving online in a head-to-head battle with Amazon, selling books at $9 through its website.
Sony has unveiled an updated version of the PS3 Slim. The $350 console
features a 250GB hard drive and will be available on November 3.
In case your living room isn't yet cluttered enough, Nintendo is planning to launch its biggest peripheral yet: an exercise bike.
A new e-Bible is only available to members of the Church of Redmond.
Nintendo has reportedly selected Nvidia's Tegra processor to power its next-generation DS/DSi console. According to Theo Valich, Nintendo has already started work on the new device and plans to debut it in late 2010 during the Tokyo Game Show.
Twitter is warning users not to change their passwords, email address or user names for the time being, after complaints that users are being locked out.
US teens have voted Apple’s Steve Jobs the person they most admire because he has ‘made the world a better place’.
The PlayStation 3 is expected to claim the "top home console" slot for the month of September. According to EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich, hardware unit sales for next-generation systems are likely to decrease by four percent over last year for the month of September - with all platforms except the Nintendo Wii and Sony PSP posting year-over-year gains.