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Redmond (WA) - Microsoft has unveiled its first Service Pack for the Mac version of Office 2008, adding new features and security enhancements to the Apple-specific release of the productivity software suite.
Redmond (WA) - More than 140 million Vista licenses have now been sold, which averages out to around three copies every second since it went on sale last January.
Washington (DC) - The National Association of Broadcasters, which has voice numerous concerns about people not being informed of next year's digital TV switch, is now calling on George W. Bush to help inform citizens.
Redmond (WA) - Microsoft has started a new initiative that it hopes will make mobile phones more affordable for people in developing countries, in a move similar to the highly publicized "One Laptop Per Child" program.
New York (NY) - Sony's organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV has been drawing a lot of attention, but at least according to one research firm Sony has been a little over-zealous with its claims.
El Segundo (CA) - Vizio, the only one of the top five TV manufacturers that is based in the US, has managed to rise near the top of the market, creating pressure on everyone else.
Sunnyvale (CA) - The legal battle between Advanced Micro Devices and Intel has become more contentious, as AMD has added to its list of allegations filed against the rival chip-maker.
Chicago (IL) - Take-Two, the parent company of Grand Theft Auto creator Rockstar Games, has filed a lawsuit against the chicago Transit Authority after it pulled an ad campaign for GTA IV.
Minneapolis (MN) - As a high-profile lawsuit against Best Buy's Geek Squad technical support service gets ready for court, a new employee confession has come through detailing one of the company's more questionable policies.
Seoul (South Korea) - LG Electronics has lifted the curtain on its thinnest TV to date, with a thickness of just 45 millimeters.
Los Angeles (CA) - Paramount Pictures has announced its first slate of new Blu-ray Disc (BD) titles to come out starting May 20.
Seoul (South Korea) - Samsung has announced that it plans to bring the next generation of Blu-ray players to market this summer, bringing its first slate of devices that will support the new Blu-ray Disc Profile.
Cupertino (CA) - Apple has updated its "Boot Camp" software, which allows users to run Windows operating systems on Intel-based Mac computers, to version 2.
Redmond (WA) - Microsoft officially put an end to its PlaysForSure digital rights management last year, but said it would continue to support the platform for users with existing MSN Music tracks.
San Francisco (CA) - Yahoo’s first quarter 2008 results were quite probably the most anticipated financial numbers in the technology industry so far this year. It is the first public report from the online giant since Microsoft announced its desire to bu
Cambridge (MA) - Rock Band has become a veritable treasure trove for artists new and old to strike a new consumer base, and now oldies rock group Judas Priest has taken it one step further. The 1980s group has released its "Screaming For Vengeance" album
New York (NY) - Consumers who buy a new Nokia phone will be able to download as many Sony BMG songs as they want for a year, as part of an expanding promotional program from Nokia's recently launched music service.