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Appearing before an Australian committee, executives from the three companies struggle to explain why Australian consumers are socked with higher prices for digital content.
A rare, original "Pink Panther" and one of six cars from the movie "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" will be on the auction block Oct. 14.
I have this problem: Whenever I see a celebrity's name trending on Twitter, I immediately assume they've died and I just haven't seen the news yet.
Sky is set to update its Sky+ iPad app so you can use your tablet as a really opulent remote control. Fancy!
The two on-demand services are now on the console's online offering, ahead of BBC iPlayer hitting it next year. Get watching.
Intel's first flash-memory hard drives build on an industry trend toward solid state drives.
Fresh off his stellar shootout performance shutting down the Swiss, Canadian goalie Martin Brodeur talks about the pressure to win gold and the technology of hockey.