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Sony BMG Plans to Drop DRM

In a move that would mark the end of a digital music era, Sony BMG Music Entertainment is finalizing plans to sell songs without the copyright protection software that has long restricted the use of... More...

Lenovo to drop IBM brand

Lenovo, the world's fourth largest PC maker, plans to phase out the IBM brand to which it acquired rights when it purchased IBM's PC division three years ago. Lenovo sales rose 20% to $4.4bn in... More...

HD DVD vendors drop prices

It would appear that the HD DVD camp is leading a price war against its Blu-ray counterpart, which so far, appears to be winning the HD format war. At the IFA international consumer electronics show,... More...

Was Paramount Paid to Drop Blu-ray?

When Paramount decided to go HD-DVD exclusive, many denizens of the internet were confused at the choice, wondering why they would choose to forego an extra possible source of revenue. Naturally the topic of monetary... More...

Xbox 360 price drop on the way soon?

If you are to believe The Inquirer's scanned copy of a printed catalogue from UK retailer Makro, which shows the cost of an Xbox 360 Premium Console (20GB & wireless controller) at £199, the same... More...

PS3 Sales Drop Sharply

Sales of the PlayStation 3 console during its first full week of availability in Japan were sharply lower than those during the two days immediately following its launch, according to estimates published this week. ... More...

Xbox 360 Price Drop in UK

Microsoft officially announced today that they would be dropping the retail price of their 360 Core pack. UK gamers will save £10 (18USD) on each console, which is now priced at £199. The price drop... More...

GameCube price drop on the way?

It has been suggested that Nintendo is planning to drop in price next month, according to an EB Games employee. The materials, which were sent for use in the company's next marketing period (May 3... More...

AOL Reports Drop in Spam Messages

The world's largest Internet service provider believes spammers are starting to give up—at least when it comes to sending junk to its subscribers. The total number of e-mail messages destined for America Online Inc. members... More...

No Further Price Drop for GameCube

While pricing for the Microsoft Xbox and the Sony PS2 remains the same in the US, both companies have slashed the price for their respective consoles in Europe. Purchasing an Xbox will now set you... More...

Notebooks Tempt as Prices Drop

Not long ago, notebook computers were expensive accessories for traveling executives. Now, it's not a surprise to find many choices priced under $1000. A recent check of Web stores found major vendors offering notebooks on... More...

IM giants drop some barriers to peace

Today the three major IM giants have reached an agreement. This agreement will connect AOL Instant Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, and MSN Messenger in corporations. All this will be done using Microsoft's Live Communication... More...

Sony Preps for PS2 Price Drop

Sony's Japanese side has alluded to a price drop for the PlayStation 2. In revealing its expectations for the current financial quarter (April to June, 2004), the company revealed that it expects to slip into... More...

Report: Time Warner may drop AOL

Time Warner Inc. is looking at different options for America Online, including the possible sale, spin-off or reorganization of the Internet service provider, according to a published report. The New York Post... More...

Sit and shop till you drop

Grand finale for safe online shopping campaign The Interactive Media in Retail Group (IMRG) will today launch what it calls a 'shopping extravaganza' to round off its month-long safe internet shopping campaign.... More...

PS2, XBOX, Gamecube Price drop

It seems that Miscrosoft, Sony, and Nintendo have a planned price drop coming for their consoles. XBOX is planned to drop down to $149 Playstation is also planned to drop down to $149... More...

Apple reluctant to drop Mac OS 9

Apple Computer has pulled back from a plan that would have made Mac OS X the primary operating system on all new Macs starting in January. In September, the Cupertino, Calif.-based company... More...

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