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Video Game Conference Sees Big Changes

The video game industry's annual showcase is saying goodbye to scantily clad booth babes, extravagant multimillion dollar exhibits, celebrity appearances, blaring lights and pounding music. This year's version of the Electronic Entertainment Expo, renamed the... More...

Intel Sees WiMax Trials in Asia end-2005

Intel Corp., the world's largest microchip maker, said on Thursday it expected to implement trials of the emerging wireless broadband technology called "WiMax" in Malaysia, Thailand and the Philippines by year-end. Intel, which... More...

Gates sees mobile phones overtaking iPods

Microsoft founder Bill Gates sees mobile phones overtaking MP3s as the top choice of portable music player, and views the raging popularity of Apple's iPod player as unsustainable, he told a German newspaper. "As good... More...

Sun Sees Shining Future in Open Source

Jonathan Schwartz, Sun's chief operating officer and president, on Tuesday presented a spirited defense of his company's decision to use the Common Development and Distribution License for its OpenSolaris project rather than the GNU GPL,... More...

Analyst sees "hellish" holiday season ahead

Industry analysts at Wedbush Morgan predict a Christmas "disaster" for console publishers off the A-list. Wedbush Morgan Securites, financial analyst has issued that its annual preholiday reports in the console gaming sections.... More...

Activision sees Thanksgiving sales up

Citing preliminary Thanksgiving holiday data, No. 2 video game maker Activision Inc. on Tuesday projected U.S. retail sales of its newest games during the holiday week jumped 44 percent from last year. Activision's... More...

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