Tickets for Microsoft's Build 2016 developer conference, priced at $2,195, sold out in just one minute, according to the company - but there will be no hardware giveaways for attendees this year.
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Tickets for Apple's 2013 WWDC event sold out in less than two minutes, a new record. Google's I/O event sold out in 49 minutes. WWDC begins on June 10th.
Samsung is going to give the first 50 people who buy the Samsung Galaxy S III at its London store free tickets to attend the 2012 Summer Olympics in London later this year.
While it's great to see the continued popularity of tech events, most of which regularly sell out, some people have taken it upon themselves to offer tickets to the Google I/O developer's conference taking place...
Train passengers will soon be able to buy tickets on their mobile phone. Chiltern Railways, which operates from London through Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire to the West Midlands, plans to deliver tickets to mobile phones....
Columbia Records and Apple today announced that Bob Dylan's new album "Modern Times" will be offered through an exclusive pre-order on the iTunes Music Store. Beginning today, customers can pre-order a copy of the album...
Travelocity.com has imposed a $10 customer fee to book United Airlines flights, less than a week after the carrier stopped paying commissions to travel agents. United flights listed on the Travelocity today...