Items tagged with Sale

Compared a year ago, digital music sales are now double what they used to be. However, the research report by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) also said that the music industry as a whole continues to slump. Although digital music sales are still growing quickly, the growth has not kept up with shrinking CD... Read more...
It seems that Apple Inc.’s CEO Steve Jobs just might realize his dreams of making the iPhone as popular as the company’s computers and the iPod. Analyst David Bailey of Goldman Sachs Inc. says that sales figures over the weekend may have been as high as 700,000 units, whereas Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster gauged the trading at around 500,000.... Read more...
Pricewaterhouse Coopers is claiming that the sales figures for video games are going to overtake music sales by 2011: "The video gaming industry is poised to overtake the music industry in the US, with global spending on video games surpassing music spending as soon as this year, according to consulting firm Pricewaterhouse Coopers. PwC... Read more...
It's big. Really big. At 110 inches (279.4 cm), Japan Victor Corporation's (JVC) HD-110MH80 takes the crown as the world's largest high definition TV set. Everything about it is big: it is 3 feet deep, weighs 728 pounds, and will cost about $53,000 (USD). The HD-110MH80 offers 1920x1080 resolution, 1080p images, and 5000:1 contrast ratio.... Read more...
If you're showing up at the Star Wars conventions in a plain old limousine or a Prius, listen up: for a fraction of the price of  an AT-AT, you can now afford a JL 421 Land Cruiser, and get all the girls dressed up like Princess Leia in a metal bikini. And it's only $19,999.95 on Amazon. Order early, I imagine this item will dwarf the demand... Read more...
Sony's powerful gaming console with the semi-lackluster sales, the Playstation 3, is being upgraded to include an 80 gigabyte hard-drive in South Korea. It's currently being offered with a 60 gigabyte drive. It's unclear whether that means the more powerful offering is destined to be offered elsewhere anytime soon. "Increasing... Read more...
Game sales have been in a bit of a slump recently, but Gamasutra is reporting that we're seeing a pretty large sales spike: "According to data from research firm NPD Group, sales of PC games have risen by 48 percent on the previous year, during the first two months of 2007, with sales lead by the success of Blizzard’s World of WarCraft and... Read more...
The battle between Blu-Ray and HD-DVD is still heating up, but so far Sony's Blu-Ray has the edge. Ending the week of January 14th, for every 100 Blu-Ray movies sold there were only 38.36 HD-DVDs sold. The numbers have slowly progressed in Sony's favor, thanks in part to their Playstation 3 sales. It's still early though, and we... Read more...
Wired News has ranked the top ten tech towns in America, and it's worth reading just to get a peek at the algorithms they used to judge who's who, and who's a robogeek. These include   Number of attendees at local meetings of dorkbot, a group for... Read more...
This has to be one of the coolest innovations in keyboards that we've seen in a long time.  Let's face it, keyboards aren't exactly sexy but the Optimus OLED keyboard is looking pretty hot! "Every key of the Optimus keyboard is a stand-alone display showing exactly what it is controlling at this very moment. ...Optimus... Read more...
SAN JOSE, Calif. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - November 2, 2006 - "Worldwide sales of semiconductors in September once again achieved a new high as electronic equipment manufacturers geared up for the fourth-quarter holiday season," said George Scalise, president of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA). "Global chip sales rose... Read more...
AMD head honcho, Hector Ruiz reported late last week that sales have begun to soften for the company known as "David" to Intel's "Goliath" legacy. "...The question now is whether this is part of a seasonal slide--the second quarter is traditionally weak for semiconductor companies--or the... Read more...
AMD ANNOUNCES ESTIMATED SALES FOR SECOND QUARTER SUNNYVALE, Calif. - July 6, 2006 - AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced that sales for the second quarter ended July 2, 2006 are expected to be approximately $1.215 billion - a 52 percent increase compared to the second quarter of 2005[1] and a nine percent decline compared to the first quarter of... Read more...
Gamers in the UK can rejoice as Dell's next generation XPS desktop is available for sale on Dell's UK website. First seen at E3 this year, the system features a new "Full Metal Jacket" case which has a unique aesthetic and some stellar performance features. Here, Dell claims you get the same performance... Read more...
Fudo over at The Inquirer reports that their channel-checks with retailers have uncovered some lackluster sales for Ageia's new PhysX PPU. One particular vendor claims they are selling roughly ten cards per day which is certainly below average for a hot new piece of hardware. Apparently, the questionable enhancements in current games... Read more...
Good afternoon everyone. It looks like NVIDIA's recently announced entry-level GeForce 7300 GS is on sale in some Asian and Chinese markets already... - BlueIdea - MSI - Maxsun (China Local Brand Holder) - Jetway It hasn't hit store shelves in the United States just yet, but we've already got a card en route by way of XFX, so they should be... Read more...
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