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In the first of a regular series of articles looking at the giants of the tech industry, we focus on Nvidia - it's had a torrid time over the past 18 months, but in the past, it's always come back stronger when under pressure, so what does the future hold this time for Nvidia?
Microsoft is looking to launch a Spotify-inspired streaming music service "in the coming months," although the company is cagy with regards to the pricing structure.
Microsoft has coughed to a flaw in the firmware on its Zune media player devices that leave them unusable on the 365th day of a leap year - like the one we've just had.
Microsoft has introduced a new special edition Halo 3 Zune that will be available to US troops.
Amid an ever increasing amount of lawsuits in the US, UK citizens are downloading more unauthorised music then ever before.
The Zune has finally reached a million sales, now six months after release.
Robbie Bach, President of the Entertainment and Devices Division at Microsoft, has let loose some interesting news regarding Xbox 360.
Hot on the heels of Apple's joint announcement with EMI, Microsoft says that it is also in discussions with record companies about the possiblity of selling DRM-free music via the Zune Marketplace.
The Business Manager in charge of the Zune project at Microsoft is stepping down, and J Allard is stepping up. Can he do with the Zune what he did with the XBox?
A Microsoft representative has stated that the company hopes to launch its Zune music player in Europe before the end of the year.
It appears that Zune isn't compatible with Microsoft at the moment. Is this really as big a blunder as everyone thinks it is?
You're not just buying a Microsoft product when you buy a Zune. The Redmond giant has promised a cut to the recording industry that supports its player, too.
Microsoft has told the press that we can forget about having the Zune over here for Christmas - and maybe next Christmas too. Sucks to be us.
There are now full details out on the Microsoft Zune, and we can get a better picture of how it intends to take on the mighty iPod.
Have you been believing that "Plays for Sure" campaign Microsoft has put out? Silly rabbit...Zunes don't play for sure!
The own-branded player finally gets outed by Microsoft, as the Redmond giant outlines its platform strategy for taking down the iPod.