Xbox Live support for Halo 2 might have ended on April 15, but more than a dozen gamers have decided to keep playing the game until they can't any longer.
Players who were caught modifying their consoles to play pirated games have been booted from the popular service, InformationWeek says.
Sure we talked about how Brian Tong rents his shoes, and got some insight into Rafe's love of Mila Jovanovic, but the big news is the first look at the Palm Pre. Rafe has it in his hands during the show. We also Dig Diggs new takes on ads. But will the
Consoles afflicted with the crippling E74 error will be repaired free of charge, and Microsoft's extended three-year warranty will now cover any potential E74 problems.
A new scanner developed by Kaminsky and friends can help find Conficker-infected machines. We're so drenched in Conficker news at this point that I think the Girl Scouts have started selling Confickerdoodles.
Playboy opens up its back catalog of magazines to the world of the Internet for free, and we're all at a loss of words. Tread lightly, buzz brigade. Also, IE8 users are downgrading to IE7 after only one weekend of use. Something smells Vista-ee in here.
This resource rounds up answers to all the questions we are frequently asked about gaming online with Xbox Live, from getting connected to games, membership, points and more.
Microsoft updates the Xbox 360 Dashboard with the New Xbox 360 Experience (NXE), which features a slicker design, customizable avatars, and, most excitingly, Netflix integration.
Pictures of real-life people plus their virtual doppelgangers produced with the new Xbox avatar system.
We discover a fun new tautology on today's show (you know, competition...for the win?), have a fun time goofing off with Brian Tong, rail against Apple's decision to include HDCP restrictions in its new MacBooks.