Electronic Arts's new board-themed video game Skate: September 12 for the Xbox 360, September 24 for the PS3, immediately followed by European releases.
Market analysis firm comScore finds that the most common file type on U.S. computers is the lowly MP3 file, followed by Microsoft Word and PDF documents.
Levovo has announced plans to market a basic PC in rural China which will use the owner's television as a monitor and carry a price tag from $199 to $399.
High-end audio house Bowers & Wilkens has introduced its first iPod speaker system: the two foot-long, stretched oval "Zeppelin."
An announcement from 2K Sports and Konami confirmed details of the popular Japanese game's U.S. release.
American Airlines is planning to test in-flight paid Internet access for passengers, beginning next year.
Despite company denial, a host of insiders say Google is attempting to roll out its own cell phones as platforms for mobile advertising.
Vodafone and First Direct have both pulled ads from Facebook after they ended displayed on the page of the right-wing British Nationalist Party.
Take Two Interactive has announced that Grand Theft Auto IV wonâ€™t ship until the second quarter of next year.
Harman/Becker has unveiled a new automotive GPS which plans routes, plays music...and warns you when you're speeding.
Timex's new iControl Ironman watch offers wireless iPod control, along with stopwatch, lap timer, and training logs.
Hitachi has announced two high-definition camcorders that record video to Blu-ray discs, due in the U.S. by October.
Acer has announced two new Gemstone-design notebooks are available in the U.S.: the budget-friends Aspire 4710 and the HD DVD-toting Aspire 5920.
Clique Communications' new CliqueCAM HD Webcams offer "HD-like" 30fps video, snapshot capability, and a flexible gooseneck design.
Microsoft is apparently planning to offer its basic productivity package Microsoft Works 9 for free, with revenue coming from in-application ads.