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EA kills 'Tiberium,' says misses quality standards

Plug is pulled on first-person shooter after a year of development; Publisher says the game wasn't good enough to meet its quality threshold.

By October 1, 2008


Recycler, tech companies step up e-waste standards

The country's largest recycling company is partnering with Sony and LG Electronics to meet international e-waste standards Congress has yet to adopt.

By September 25, 2008


IBM votes 'No' on rogue standards bodies

Big Blue wants to end rogue standards bodies, or at least its participation in them. But saying no may be easier said than done.

By September 23, 2008


IBM to shun 'rogue' standards bodies

An IBM-convened group of standards experts calls for more transparency in standards-setting processes and intellectual property practices.

By September 23, 2008


Ad agencies team up on social-media standards

Organized by the CEO of niche social network Gather, a group of ad agency types called SMAC to come up with metrics and ground rules for what's known as "engagement advertising."

By September 17, 2008


The Digital Home Video: The porn double standard on planes

Is there a porn double standard on planes? Don Reisinger thinks so.

By September 15, 2008


The Standard, 'A Different Skin': Free MP3 of the Day

Eschewing the danceable beats favored by many of its post-punk brethren, while opting instead for more ominous and insistent rhythms, is what makes the Standard visceral and engaging. Download a free MP3 of "A Different Skin" courtesy of CNET Download Mus

By September 7, 2008


Toshiba Regza 40ZF575D: Improving bog-standard video

Toshiba might not have an HD format to push anymore, but now it's got a new cause -- making sure we all get the best out of our existing standard-definition material

By August 28, 2008


Violent comic book doesn't meet Apple's standards

The App Store rejects Murderdrome, a comic optimized for the iPhone, because of its violent content. The owner now advocates the creation of a ratings system for the store.

By August 27, 2008


Travelocity takes flight by standardizing on Red Hat

In the boldest confirmation I've seen as to the performance and power of open source, Sabre Holdings has dumped proprietary Unix for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

By August 21, 2008