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Bach: More than 1 Million Zune players sold

According to an interview over at SFGate.com with Robbie Bach, president of Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices Division, Microsoft has surpassed its own goal of selling one million Zunes. Microsoft hoped to meet the target by... More...

Cursor hackers target WoW players

World of Warcraft players are being targeted by hackers exploiting flaws in how Windows handles animated cursors, a flaw which has recently been patched by Microsoft. Warcraft players seem to be one of the targets... More...

PSP Players Get Free Wi-Fi

Sony has announced firmware version 3.30 for the PlayStation Portable that gives users Wi-Fi capabilities at over 7,000 T-Mobile US HotSpots (from Starbucks to Border bookstores to over 70 major airports). The free Wi-Fi access... More...

Toshiba Postpones HD-DVD Players

After originally planning to release HD-DVD players to the US market late this year, Toshiba has announced a delay until February or March of 2006. Toshiba and other HD-DVD supporters have agreed that a... More...

Players, Blizzard Duke it out Over 'Warcraft'

News of Blizzard--the publisher behind the highly addictive game "World of Warcraft"--scanning players' computers for cheat software has players up in arms. Blizzard asserts they are only scanning hard drives for known hacks that let... More...

iRiver Unveils Flashy MP3 Players

Reigncom, the company behind IRiver-brand digital music players, has shown four new flash-memory based music players ahead of this week's SEK exhibition in Seoul. Among them is an addition to its H10 product line and... More...

Academy DVD players

Supposedly, the main source of high quality movie rips is from screeners; a screener is a pre-release of the movie on DVD that awards groups (e.g. The Academy, runners of the Oscars) send out to... More...

EA's players licensing?

Two weeks ago, The Sports Business Journal, one of the most respected trade journals of the athletic entertainment business, revealed the identity of Madden NFL 2005 cover athlete Ray Lewis several days before EA Sports... More...

Games seek to bond with players

Leading game developer David Braben takes issue with the recent assertion by Laura Fryer, director of the Xbox Advanced Technology Group, that games are still something for just "geeks and guys". Games... More...

CD players glued shut to stop piracy

Epic Records has taken a drastic step to prevent two new albums from being pirated online before their official release; sealing or gluing the reviewers portable CD players shut and gluing headphones onto them to... More...

Listen.com signs up big players

Listen.com has signed music distribution deals with two major record labels, giving it a long-awaited power boost in the race to create the perfect online jukebox. The San Francisco-based company said it... More...

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