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Play.com stops selling direct, will be a marketplace only

Play.com will no longer sell its own goods from March, acting instead as a marketplace for other retailers.

By January 9, 2013


Nokia Lumia 900 briefly up for pre-order on Play.com

The Lumia 900 made a very brief appearance over at Play.com, hinting it may well be getting a UK release after all.

By February 6, 2012


Play.com admits data breach

Customers of Play.com have been left open to spam fraud after one of the online retailer's suppliers suffered a data breach.

By March 22, 2011


Unlocked, SIM-free iPhone 3GS on sale at Play.com for £900

Online retailer Play.com has started offering unlocked, SIM-free versions of Apple's brand-new iPhone 3GS -- at a staggering price

By June 30, 2009


Play.com's unlocked iPhone 3Gs investigated: Apple mute on matter

Play.com has begun listing brand new unlocked iPhones for sale on its Web site. We've been investigating the offer and have plenty to report

By March 24, 2009


Play.com goes DRM-free with all major labels

First 7digital, now Play.com: the DRM-free MP3 catalogues from all major labels are being given to anyone who isn't iTunes. Play.com has announced it's the latest store to offer over three million MP3s with all the majors

By October 10, 2008


Play.com launches DRM-free iTunes Store competitor

Amazon's main online competitor in the UK, Play.com, has just announced it's to "challenge iTunes" in the digital music download space

By February 13, 2008


Over 235 million people play games on Facebook.com

Facebook says that 205 million people were playing games on its site last summer and that the userbase has jumped 8.4 percent since January 1.

By August 14, 2012


Amazon.com's domain power play: We want to control them all

The e-commerce giant is applying for 76 new top-level domains -- and you won't be able to register any of them. What exactly does it have up its sleeve?

By June 21, 2012


WhatTheyPlay.com gives parents the scoop on video games

New Web site gives parents the information they need to decide which video games are right for their families. Objective reviews spell out both game features and content, giving the details about storyline, sexuality, violence, and gore.

By January 18, 2008