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The PlayStation 3 won't hit store shelves until this weekend in Japan and next week in North America, but that hasn't stopped it already appearing on Internet auction sites.
Microsoft became one of the first game console makers to launch in India when it launched the Xbox 360 in seven cities in September.
Microsoft has unveiled a new website that describes features of the upcoming Zune music store and also revealed that MSN Music won't continue to sell digital songs.
BenQ has unveiled some new flat-panel monitors that have been qualified to work with Microsoft's upcoming Windows Vista operating system.
Toshiba plans to launch its HD-DVD player in Australia in December this year, it said Monday.
Beginning early next year, Seagate Technology will begin shipping its first widely available hard drives with built-in encryption.
Not content with its new High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) 3G mobile network, Telstra will start trialing a 'turbo-charged' upgrade of the Next G network.
A large recall of Sony-made batteries by PC makers and problems that have hit the launch of the PlayStation 3 console have caused Sony to cut its full year profit forecast by more than a third.
HP and broadband phone service provider, engin, have partnered up to offer VoIP to the SMB market.
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