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Gmail goes offline

Google has introduced a new feature for Gmail users to allow them to access their email offline. Announced on the Google blog you will be able to cache your messages on your computer using... More...

YouTube goes widescreen

YouTube rolled out an exciting change to all of its users today, by expanding the width of their videos to widescreen (16:9), from the previous standard format (4:3), making the player 960 pixels wide. A... More...

When Advertising Goes Too Far

While product placement can be traced back to early movies and radio, the digital world we live in today gives companies ample opportunity to send us images of trucks we should buy, what computers we... More...

MyColors goes public

Stardock has released MyColors to the general public. MyColors is a program that reverses the traditional way users change their desktop. Rather than users going out and finding/buying various programs to change some aspect... More...

Windows Vista Goes Pink !

Microsoft has in Japan, combined Windows Vista Home Premium with Windows Live OneCare in one eye-popping hot pink box. As a special promotion for the Japanese market, an upgrade version of Windows Vista Home Premium... More...

MSN goes to the Grammys

Well, actually, the Pre-Grammys. MSN has been signed on as the exclusive online broadcaster and as a title sponsor of Clive Davis’ legendary Pre-Grammy Party, which will be held February 9 in Beverly Hills, California.... More...

iPod 8GB Nano goes Pink

Microsoft isn't the only one planning to push its MP3 player for Valentine's Day; Apple has brought pink to the iPod nano - available immediately in an 8GB model for $199. As expected, everything else... More...

Zune 80 goes Red for Valentine's Day

Microsoft Corporation is making the $250 Zune 80 available in red with Zune Originals, just in time for Valentine's Day. Also available until February 14th will be an exclusive collection of 20 new love and... More...

Warner Bros Goes Blu-Ray Exclusive

In response to consumer demand, Warner Bros. Entertainment stated today in a press release that it will release its high-definition DVD titles exclusively in the Blu-ray disc format beginning later this year. The announcement was... More...

ASUS Goes for the Gigabyte

ASUS announced the EN8800GT/HTDP/1G, an Nvidia GeForce 8800-based graphics card with a full 1GB of onboard memory. The DirectX 10 friendly card also includes what ASUS calls SmartDoctor, a method of overclocking not only the... More...

Fast broadband goes underground

While politicians and network providers work out how they can afford to provide the UK with a network capable of delivering super-fast broadband speeds, one company is already doing it - via the sewers. H20... More...

Google Goes OpenSocial to Trump Facebook

In a move possibly designed to one-up Facebook, online search giant Google will officially join the club of social software development platform providers Nov. 1, when it unveils OpenSocial, a set of application programming interfaces... More...

Hulu Private Beta Goes Live

Hulu, a joint-venture, ad-supported online video site between Fox and NBC, has officially gone into beta today with the launching of a test page at Hulu.com. According to officials from both companies, the final version... More...

Halo 3 Goes Gold

Microsoft and Bungie announced today that Halo 3 has gone gold. The game is schedule for release on September 25, 2007 in the U.S. The wait is almost over. "Halo 3," the final chapter in... More...

And the YouTube award goes to...

Google-owned, San Bruno, California-based YouTube Incoporated has announced that it will hold the first YouTube Video Awards to recognize the most creative, most inspirational, best series, best comedy, musician of the year, best commentary and... More...

Microsoft Goes Back to 'Hotmail'

Looks like Microsoft has decided to stick with the 'Hotmail' name for its popular webmail service: "Just on the heels of another great release for the beta (M9), I'd like to share some interesting news... More...

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