This weekend's Windows AppFest in India officially set the Guinness world record for the most participants in a software coding marathon with 2,567 software developers participating in the event.
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A student in Pakistan managed to set a world record for the highest score ever recorded on the Microsoft Professional Certificate exam, adding it to one of his numerous Microsoft qualifications.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 has won a Guinness World Record for becoming the most successful entertainment launch of all time. The record tracker said that it had verified the title's first day sales of...
Japan's Panasonic has created the world's longest-lasting alkaline battery, according to Guinness World Records. Panasonic promises its new Evolta battery cell — whose name is derived from "evolution" and "voltage" — will keep gadgets running...
Guinness World Records has announced plans to debut a new videogame series of the famous annual book, starting by unveiling the Videogame Edition 2008 on stand D505 at the London Book Fair (April 16 –...
Lara Croft has today been awarded a Guinness World Record that recognises her as the "most successful human video game heroine." The Tomb Raider star won the prize for "transcending the boundaries of video games...
The same book that boasts the world records for most glasses balanced on a chin, the tallest snowman and longest continuous clapping session, now includes Cisco Systems Inc.'s new machine that directs Internet traffic. ...
Japan's Toshiba Corp said on Tuesday that Guinness World Records had certified its stamp-sized hard disk drives (HDDs) as the smallest in the world. The electronics conglomerate's 0.85-inch HDDs, unveiled in January, have...
On Windows XP day, 25th October 2001, Microsoft, using Windows XP's MovieMaker and indie band 'the Electric Soft Parade', produced the world's fastest produced and broadcast music video and grabbed themselves a Guinness World Record!...