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EA Signs Dual In-Game Ad Deals

Electronic Arts has today confirmed two deals with IGA and Massive Networks that will see several of the developer/publisher's titles feature dynamic in-game advertising. Massive, which was acquired by Microsoft earlier in 2006, will be... More...

Real, Google, & Mozilla Sign Distribution Deals

On Wednesday, RealNetworks, Inc. announced that it had agreed to distribute Mozilla Corp.'s Firefox Web browser, and that it has extended its distribution deal with Google, Inc. Under the multiyear deals, Seattle-based RealNetworks would continue... More...

New iTunes TV Deals

In a startling deal, Apple recently acquired the rights to host new episodes of the US TV show, "Scrubs", though iTMS. What is unique is that any one company due to the fact it... More...

Policy Deals Blow to Microsoft

The state of Massachusetts will require that by 2007 all documents produced by the state's executive branch must be stored in a new universal format. The policy change, which will require modifications to software running... More...

AMD Zeros in on Corporate Laptop Deals

Bar Mahony, division marketing manager for AMD's mobile-business segment, has told CNET News.com that the company is in close negotiations with many Fortune 500 companies to supply them with AMD Turion powered notebooks - a... More...

Starship Tycoon Signs Retail Deals

Independent Games developers from UK are happy to announce that it will retail Starship Tycoon. This strategy/simulation game puts you in charge of designing and modifying your own starships to carry passengers and cargo. You... More...

Compaq lands big-budget deals

Compaq Computer has snared two mammoth three-year contracts, one with defense contractor Raytheon for $200 million to $250 million and one with Swedish cell phone maker Ericsson for $150 million. Compaq beat... More...

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