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Yahoo Considering Online Music Service

Yahoo Inc., is in early discussions with major record labels over offering unprotected MP3s either for sale or for free as part of an ad-supported service which the company hopes to launch by the end... More...

Is Disney considering going HD DVD?

Unlike other members of the Blu-ray Association, who always withdraw from HD DVD votes, Walt Disney Home Entertainment, a major Hollywood studio and one of the strongest backers of Blu-ray disc format, voted for approval... More...

Microsoft Considering Games for Zune

In an interview with TotalVideoGames, Microsoft Europe Chief Chris Lewis has declared: "gaming is certainly something we're considering for the device." Does Microsoft want to tackle the portable music market as well as the portable... More...

Microsoft Considering Web Based Works

Microsoft is thinking of responding to Google's web based word processor Writely and Google Spreadsheet by giving away a basic version of Microsoft Works. Currently priced at $50, Microsoft Works includes a word processor, spreadsheet,... More...

Gates considering Xbox clones?

Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates is dropping hints that he may be ready to license the brains of the Xbox gaming device to other companies. It's a risky move to better compete with Sony's PlayStation, according... More...

Viacom considering in-game advertising

Viacom is currently thinking about making money from placing advertises and product placements in videogames, according to CFO Richard Bressler. Richard said, "I think the jury is in, people are spending a lot of time... More...

Microsoft considering music store

July 25 — REDMOND, Wash.--Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates said his company is exploring ways to develop a music download service similar to Apple Computer's iTunes that would tie into the software giant's multimedia applications. ... More...

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