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IPod Nano fire could cause Apple recall

The latest incident with Apple’s new iPod Nano could prompt a recall. A Georgia man had the unit in his pocket when it suddenly sparked and caught on fire. Danny...

Japan Reaches Moon Orbit

Built on a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. H-2A rocket, Japan’s Kaguya probe consists of a central unit with two smaller satellites. The lunar explorer is now in...

Microsoft offers IE7 free to all

Up until now, Microsoft ran the IE7 install through the “Windows Genuine Advantage” validation to determine whether or not PC users had a legitimate copy of...

Halo 3 record sales embodies Microsoft Xbox 360 vision

Halo 3 embodies Microsoft’s vision for the future of Xbox 360 home entertainment, and now Halo 3 is the fastest selling video game of all-time. Sales for Xbox 360...

PS3 price cut announced

In a move to compete with Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Xbox 360, Sony unveiled a price cut for the PlayStation 3 in Europe by 100 to 200 euros to boost sales ahead of...

Bungie says goodbye to Microsoft

The decision for Halo 3 developer, Bungie Studios, to part ways with Microsoft was Bungie’s desire to return to its independent roots than making games solely...

Sprint Nextel seeks new CEO

Sprint Nextel board members are actively seeking a new CEO. The news came when the company decided to replace Chief Executive Gary Forsee. Forsee became chairman of the...

Gateway delivers new advanced 30-inch HD display

Gateway unveiled the XHD3000 which is described as a “quad-HD” for monitor display. XHD3000 is a 30-inch monitor displaying a widescreen of 2560×1600...

RIAA vows to sue every illegal downloader

The first RIAA jury trial is underway, and the Recording Industry Association of America is asking the country to pay attention. Jammie Thomas, 30, is accused of...

Sputnik started the space race

Sputnik was the first satellite to orbit earth, launched into space 50 years ago by the former Soviet Union. It marked the beginning of the space race. The satellite was...