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GoldenEye for XBLA Still Alive

Xbox World 360 magazine has hit back after Microsoft Game studios said that an article in this Wednesdays issue about the abandoned GoldenEye for XBLA was based entirely on rumor and speculation. They insist they... More...

PS3 Sales Rise, Still in Last Place

A price cut in early June seems to have boosted sales of Sony's PlayStation 3, but the floundering console is still trailing its rivals from Microsoft and Nintendo. After dropping the console's 60GB SKU price... More...

Mass Market for WiMax Still Years Away

The mass market for WiMax technology faces a number of challenges, but will probably reach its potential within five years. "Now that the certification of WiMax equipment has started and coverage areas have begun to... More...

ATI Still Licensed by Intel?

Intel insiders have confirmed to DailyTech that the license for ATI to manufacture chipsets for the Intel bus has not been revoked. ATI's board of directors recently approved a takeover bid from AMD which would... More...

Gates Still Roots for Tablet PCs

After failing to break into the mainstream of computing, the Tablet PC might have been written off by many, but it still has at least one strong supporter. Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect... More...

Playstation 3 GPU is still in development

At the recent J.P. Morgan technology conference, NVIDIA's CFO, Marv Burkett, gave a fifteen-minute presentation discussing how business matters inside NVIDIA are flowing, including how well certain areas of the business are growing. The larger... More...

U.S. Still Spam King

The U.S. has maintained its dubious distinction of being the world's top producer of spam, leading the "Dirty Dozen" list compiled by security Latest News about Security authority Sophos by a wide margin. After scanning... More...

Apple Web hole still open

Apple has still not properly fixed the HFS+ filesystem named fork vulnerability discovered last week, according to the company that first noticed it, NetSec. The fix put out by the company at the end of... More...

Tekken 5 Still PS2 Exclusive

Earlier today, several sites reported that Japanese publication Famitsu featured an article claiming Tekken 5 was headed to the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube in 2005. Namco's number one fighting game has been in development... More...

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