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Kim Dotcom's gift to the hacker crew behind the Sony PlayStation and Microsoft Xbox networks attacks brought temporary relief, but it sets a bad example for the longer term.
We have a look at some hot products which did not live up to the hype after launching at CES. Some were simply far ahead of their time.
Has Microsoft found a new mobile partner in an old rival?
Valve has joined the Linux Foundation, making Steam Machine prototypes looking more and more like serious competition for Microsoft's Xbox One and Sony's PlayStation 4.
Amazon's entry into the games console market could have a huge impact on Microsoft, Sony, Nvidia and AMD, as well as help to establish Qualcomm as the Intel of the post-PC era.
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The console-gaming market is at a major inflection point, but this week Apple was more interested in design geekery than mounting a challenge against Sony and Microsoft in that multi-billion dollar industry. Apple has all the ducks lined up – so why did it just blow its biggest-ever gaming opportunity?
Traditional console game companies such as Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo need to address the growing popularity of mobile games, or face the prospect of being irrelevant like Atari.
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As the PC industry continues to stagnate, rumors suggest that Intel is preparing to make an assault on the living room, going head-to-head against the likes of Apple, Microsoft, and Sony.
As chief technology officer of Microsoft Australia, Greg Stone is often on the road. He spoke to us about what he can't leave home without.
HTCdev team members Jad Boniface and Michael Ludden tell ZDNet UK why manufacturers are rushing to open up their Android UIs for modification and why HTC's Windows Phone users no longer see Sense
Microsoft and its Xbox 360 continue to top the gaming console sales charts, soundly beating Sony and Nintendo once again.
The news isn't just limited to Sony and it's not just about hacking attacks. There have been cloud failures at Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and more.
Microsoft tries to avoid a Sony-style PR blunder for a faulty firmware update by preemptively offering customers a new 250 GB Xbox 360 S and 1-year subscription to Xbox LIVE.
Microsoft, HTC, Nokia and Sony Ericsson have taken on Apple's "App Store" trademark claims in Europe, filing papers that seek to get it invalidated.
The idea of the dual screen multitouch tablet has intrigued us before with the Microsoft Courier and the OLPC XO-2. Can Sony bring it to life with its newly-announced S2?
At the close of the New York markets on Tuesday, Apple climbed $100 billion past Microsoft in market valuation. And the little engine that could keeps climbing, way more than Hewlett Packard, Sony, Dell and the many others that once pronounced it dead.
Microsoft has floated the idea of officially supporting its Kinect gesture-based game controller in the PC realm after hackers have used it for various experiments, but Sony may beat it to the punch with support for its own PlayStation Move motion controllers.According to our sister site CNET, Sony exec John McCutchan will discuss a project called Move Server at the upcoming Game Developers Conference.
Walking the show floor at CES this year it was clear that there were more people there than the last couple of years (and most of them seemed to be standing in front of the Microsoft stand watching other attendees play Kinect). The Intel, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, LG and Panasonic stands were also crowded all week, taxi and bus lines were far longer than last year, show rates at hotels sold out early in December and most restaurants had queues for tables again - which we hadn't seen since 2008.
Since it is just about a week before the electronics world's annual pilgrimage for the Consumer Electronics show, I felt this item was particularly appropriate. I was poking around various Web sites for green technology news this morning, when I came across this press release from the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI): Turns out that the Nintendo Wii system uses approximately 6X less power in active mode than either the Sony Playstation or the Microsoft Xbox 360.
The mobile manufacturer has said 31 December will be the last day for Symbian apps to gain certification for the Samsung App store, as it will be closing its Symbian support service