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World First OLED Wireless Photo Frame

Kodak's wireless photo frame is the first to use Organic Light Emitting Diodes, the new technology expected to replace LCDs soon. The 7.6 inch frame sports a 800x480 resolution with a touch-sensitive frame (not... More...

World of Warcraft v2.3.3 Patch

Blizzard has released a new patch for World of Warcraft, bringing their popular MMORPG to v2.3.3. The patch contains some bugfixes and improves data load times when newly entering the world and after zoning into... More...

Video gaming world cup hits Paris

Thousands of gamers are in Paris over the next four days for the Electronic Sports World Cup grand final. More than 750 players are competing for $200,000 (£99,200) in prize money, with about 5,000 spectators... More...

World powers step up battle against child porn

G8 ministers are urging the private sector, including Internet service providers, information technology professionals and financial institutions, to help combat child pornography on the Internet. "Because no child should be victimized in this horrific way,... More...

World in Conflict preview

Sonic booms break the stillness, followed by the screeching sound of fighter jet engines. A closer boom rattles the shelves and a descending high-pitched tone indicates an incoming missile. Wondering what's going on, you stumble... More...

Become Pac-Man world champ

Microsoft, Namco Bandai and Quiznos have teamed together to bring us the first Pac-Man World Championship in history. The winner will be crowned world champion by game creator Toru Iwatani, receive 26 years of free... More...

NASA World Wind 1.4

World Wind, an open source 3D interactive world viewer, was created by NASA's Learning Technologies project, and released in mid-2004. It is now developed by NASA staff and open source community developers. World Wind allows... More...

PC World stops stocking Floppy Disks

PC World, Britain's largest chain of computer superstores, will not reorder any more floppy disks after the current 10,000 are sold. With 155 stores across Britain and nearly 50 more elsewhere in Europe, spokesman Hamish... More...

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