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  • News: Intel Larrabee GPU to take on Nvidia next year

    Intel's Larrabee graphics processor, which is expected to challenge Nvidia and ATI in the high-performance desktop and gaming PC market, will arrive early next year, the chipmaker's CEO said during the company's quarterly earnings announcement.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 14 April 2009

    IBM and Sun merger talks break down, Nintendo’s DSi goes on sale around the world, and Nanotouch solves the fat finger problem. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: Photos: Inside a Nintendo Game Boy

    One of Nintendo's most popular handheld gaming console's - the Game Boy - celebrates its 20th anniversary this month. Since its launch, the Game Boy series of handhelds has sold over 100 million units. To celebrate its anniversary, I did what I always do: I tore one apart for the education and amusement of you my dear reader.

  • News: Wii Sports follow-up coming this summer

    Wii Sports Resort, the sequel to the hugely successful Wii Sports game, will go on sale this June in Japan and a month later overseas, the game's designer said today.

  • News: Nintendo DSi sales hit 600k in two days

    Sales of Nintendo's DSi handheld device reached around 300,000 units in both Europe and the US during its first two days on sale last week, the company's president said Thursday.

  • Video: Nintendo's DSi launches worldwide

    Five months after it first went on sale in Japan Nintendo's DSi has hit international markets.

  • News: Opera unveils browser for Nintendo DSi

    Opera is making a specially tailored version of its web browser available for Nintendo DSi users.

  • News: Nvidia files 'Nehalem' countersuit against Intel

    Nvidia is countersuing Intel, alleging the rival chip company of breach of contract related to a chip licensing agreement between the companies.

  • News: iPhone 'more useful' than other smartphones, says comScore

    iPhone users are often twice as likely as other smartphone users at using the following applications: accessing news/info via browser; email; listening to mobile music; accessing news/info via downloaded application; social networking; accessing weather reports; using web search.

  • News: Nintendo DSi sales top 2 million

    Nintendo's new DSi portable console is selling like hotcakes in Japan, topping the 2 million mark in just under five months.

  • News: iPhone games on the up as developer bags $10m

    Times may be tough for many, but that isn't stopping venture capitalist firms from seeding money to businesses they think will be successful. iPhone game publisher Ngmoco has just closed $10m in fresh finance from Norwest Venture Partners.

  • News: The 15 most violent video games... ever

    We like nothing more than some blood, guts and gore to liven up our video games. So we've rounded up the 15 most violent games of all time.

  • Video: Sims 3 preview

    The Sims III will launch across the PC, Mac, iPhone, iPod Touch and mobile devices this summer. The Sims 3 PC will be available on June 2, 2009. Here's a video preview from developer EA games.

  • News: Awomo launches 'fastest' games download site

    Awomo is a new games website that takes the pain out of lengthy downloads by allowing users to play only partially downloaded titles.

  • News: Nintendo, Microsoft prevail in joystick lawsuit

    A judge in the US state of Texas has thrown out a lawsuit filed against Nintendo and Microsoft that alleged the two companies infringed on a patent covering an interface for joysticks.

  • News: Faulty graphics chips cost Nvidia $44m

    Nvidia spent $43.6m during its last fiscal year to cover warranty and product replacement claims related to faulty graphics chips that were manufactured and sold with a weak packaging material, the company said on Friday.

  • News: Long live the Playstation 2

    At eight years old, the Sony Playstation 2 may be considered past its prime. However, it's certainly not dead, evenly pacing the consoles of the next generation, like its older brother the PS3.

  • News: MEP wants kill switch on consoles

    An MEP is calling for computer games to comes with a ‘red button' that will allow parents to stop the game if they think the content is unsuitable.

  • News: UK Xbox Live users left in limbo

    Microsoft has hit back at reports that its Netflix film rental service may make its way on to the Xbox Live service in the UK.

  • News: The Beatles: Rock Band gets US release

    Fans of the Rock Band computer game eagerly awaiting a Beatles version, which was announced last year, have been put out of their misery after creator EA Games, revealed The Beatles:Rock Band will be available in the US from September 9.

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