Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Predecessor confirms his regrets on that front.
Nintendo's digital sales are increasing with 11% of the total sales of the company's 15 currently published titles coming from full digital downloads.
Get a copy of Custom PC from anywhere in the world, and for less money too.
We drop into Antec's office and shake the windows with its new 2.1 speaker set.
UK games retailer GAME is to close 100 stores after being hit hard by digital sales.
We take a look at this pocket sized eReader, which weighs in at just 150g. It has support for plenty of different formats, including ePub, but its cheap construction and high price made us think twice.
An ex-EA executive has called the publisher out for planning a move to a digital model.
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US retail chain GameStop has claimed that digital distribution is not a major threat to bricks and mortar games stores.
The Government has announced that the UK will adopt the PEGI ratings system for video games, bringing an end to the BBFC's involvement in the industry.
Western Digital has started shipping a new range of WD-branded SSDs following its acquisition of SiliconSystems in March 2009.
The UK Government has published the Digital Britain report today and the main points were outlined in parliament today.
Facebook yesterday announced that Digital Sky Technologies, a Russian investment firm, has purchased a 1.96 per cent stake for $200m.
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Battlefield Heroes has been heavily delayed but it now looks like it's not all that far from release based on information in the publisher's financial documents.
Western Digital has today announced the WD Caviar Green 2TB hard drive - the industry's highest capacity drive to date.
Atari's Phil Harrison may be ex-Sony but he still thinks that discs and physical media are on the way out.
Google has teamed up with Life to offer a searchable archive of every cover and many photographs from its magazines stretching right throughout its history.
Ziff Davis has announced that PC Magazine is to cease distribution of its printed edition and instead concentrate solely on its on-line endeavours.
US wannabe-goth clothing retailer Hot Topic has launched a 'lifestyle portal' with a DRM-free music download section featuring backing from the 'big four' publishers.
Music subscription service Rhapsody has launched a digital music shop, offering five million songs in standard MP3 format with no DRM whatsoever.
Stardock has just launched a new digital distribution platform to showcase games like Sins of a Solar Empire.
COMPUTEX 08: Foxconn has reimagined it's digital home boards and is also working with AMD on something new.
COMPUTEX 2008: Several industry sources have said that Western Digital is working on a 20,000 RPM Raptor hard drive.
Valve has finally come through on it's promises and released the Steamworks SDK for free, giving developers an enormous helping hand.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has described the famous giveaway of 'In Rainbows' as a "one-off" that is unlikely to be repeated.
Western Digital has announced the VelociRaptor, the successor to the hugely successful Raptor hard drives and it claims to be the world's fastest drive.
In an effort to stem the tide of feedback selling which has been going on since about a week after the site launched, eBay has moved to prevent the auctioning of digital downloads.
Epic has now officially launched the full catalog of Unreal games over Steam. Seems like thats what all the cool developers are doing nowadays.
Trent Reznor has officially launched Nine Inch Nails' latest album, and it's available in DRM-free digital formats for a nominal sum. But it's the added extras that are catching fans' attention...
Hiroshi Terada has filed a patent in the US for a series of technologies allowing digital SLR cameras to take video footage just like the point-n-shoots.
Seitz Phototechnik is now taking orders for its 160 megapixel digital camera, but you'd better start buttering your bank manager up: it's hardly a budget-range option.
A leaked memo authored by US retail behemoth Best Buy admits to selling a model of digital photo frame which includes an old Trojan.
Finally, an enthusiast's soundcard that supports PCI-Express is available, some four years after the interconnect's inception! We throw on some cans and take the latest Asus Xonar D2X with its funky lights and black EMI shield for a spin.
CES 2008: Netgear's Digital Entertainer HD looks to be an incredibly smart device that could wipe out the need for an HTPC.
Western Digital 1TB MyBook NAS adds overly restrictive DRM to deny access to the video and music you legally own, when you try and play it from outside your home network.
Many of us watch TV through the Internet - whether it's digital downloads or streams, but where do you prefer to watch them?
In this week's poll, we're asking what brand of digital music player you use. Did you get picked up by the Apple steamroller, or are you using something else?