Games consoles contain toxic chemicals that would not be allowed in young children's toys, even though the technology to eliminate them is available, according to a study by environmental lobby group Greenpeace. However, manufacturers are starting to...
The Entertainment Software Association revealed the E3 2008 exhibitor list on Tuesday, underscoring how insignificant and small the once-great video game conference has become in light of the internet and remote press events as announcement platforms...
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Did your spine tingle a little today? That's because developer Rare played god with Viva Pinata: Trouble in Paradise and mated the Xbox 360 version with a Nintendo DS.
American actor Jake Gyllenhaal has been cast in the leading role in the motion picture adaptation of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, writes The Hollywood Reporter. The Jerry Bruckheimer-produced film, which is based on the best-selling Ubisoft g...
A week after Microsoft suggested that Xbox 360 would "win" the console war, having just barely reached 10 million U.S. sales before either Wii or PS3, Microsoft's Shane Kim said it's still "too early" to call.
The raging commercial success (nearing a half billion) of Grand Theft Auto IV is bittersweet, says the voice behind Niko Bellic, because behind the scenes video game talent doesn't see royalties like movies and music stars.
After vague statements over the last weeks about internal investments that will allow it to compete in search without Yahoo, Microsoft on Wednesday laid out more of its vision for improving on its current "underdog" position in search.
The US-based Mac clone maker that first attracted national attention last month has posted several updates to Apple's Mac OS X 10.5 for its users, including some that appear to be copies or modified versions of Apple's own security updates.
Nearly three-quarters of US mobile phone users recently surveyed don't want to ride an airplane with passengers talking on phones.
Like Facebook before it, MySpace is having to take corrective steps to curb spam from applications built by external developers using its new application development platform.
Time Warner will gain US$9.25 billion -- and more flexibility in running its remaining businesses -- from its spin-off of Time Warner Cable later this year.
The FBI is warning Americans looking to send donations in the aftermath of the massive May 12 earthquake in China to beware of a rising number of e-mail scams that tout "relief" efforts.
Although Mozilla hasn't even released the final version of Firefox 3.0, its developers are already hammering out plans for the next edition, which may come as soon as late 2008, according to posts written by company executives.
Check Point has plans to develop an enterprise edition of a new browser sandbox that protects computers from Internet-borne attacks.
Microsoft is finally adding support for ODF (OpenDocument Format for Office Applications) and Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) to its Office productivity suite, the company announced on Wednesday.
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