PS3 Dev Kit Cost Halved

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Sony has slashed the price of its PS3 development kit and promised further reductions as more studios adopt the technology, GamesIndustry.biz reports. The PlayStation 3 Reference Tool will now be available for EUR 7500 here...

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Researchers in Japan have developed a microchip that blocks computer viruses before they enter PCs, an advance that could change how security software is used. Chips in routers can stop viruses without slowing down programmes...

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From a developer standpoint the power of the next-gen consoles opens up doors that simply weren't there before, but equally brings concerns over escalating development costs possibly in the region of $20-$30 million. Speaking at...

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We have absolutely no way of confirming the information ourselves, but according to iTWire, we can expect to really pay out the nose for the most ultimate version of Windows ever conceived, Windows Vista Ultimate....

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A study ordered by the Motion Picture Association of America has claimed that Hollywood missed out on $6.1 billion last year in lost revenues due to piracy, with the internet denying copyright holders $2.3 billion...

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HP Launches Low Cost PC In Asia

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HP has announced plans to launch a low cost PC in China. At $483, HP hopes the PC will be cheap enough to keep it active in a high competition, high growth market. The PC...

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In the rush to roll out servers that put multiple processors on a chip, IBM, Intel, Sun and others inadvertently are raising software costs for users. At issue is that software vendors such as Oracle...

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Dealing with widespread worms like Sasser raises the cost of using Windows, a research analyst said Wednesday. Mark Nicolett, research director at Gartner, recommended that enterprises boost spending on patch management and intrusion prevention software...

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iTunes 'could cost $2.49 per song'

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The major labels are looking at increasing the price of iTunes Music Store downloads to as much as $2.49 – with experts predicting the move could kill the service. The US record industry believe iTunes...

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Analyst firms have begun to weigh in with initial estimates of the damage done by the SQL Slammer worm, the virulent program that spread quickly throughout the Internet a week ago. On...

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