PSP Go Arrives, Sony Launches 100 Games



From PC World: Sony's disc-free $250 PSP Go games handheld rolls out to retail today, and as expected, the company's nearly doubled the amount of PlayStation Store games content. Sony's digital shelves now include Polyphony Digital's fresh PSP-exclusive Gran Turismo racer, dozens of newly...

Is the iPhone hurting AT&T's brand?



From CNET News.com: The Apple iPhone has boosted AT&T's subscriber numbers, but network problems and a bevy of complaints from frustrated customers are likely hurting the company's reputation.

While a recent survey by the consulting firm CFI Group found that iPhone users are the most loyal...

More Intel Dual-Core CULV CPUs Coming



From Tom's Hardware: Progress is inevitable, especially in the world of silicon. According to Digitimes, Intel will be replacing most of its processor line that's meant for ultra-thin and light laptops.

Later in this quarter, Intel will be moving most of the CULV chips to dual-core offerings...

Amazon Settles Kindle "1984" Lawsuit



From PC World: That didn't take long. Two months after a high school student sued Amazon for removing George Orwell's "1984" from his Kindle e-reader, along with all his notes, Amazon has settled the lawsuit.

Techflash dug up the the settlement, which was filed in Seattle on September 25...
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