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Rumor: Alleged Apple tablet to be game console and Media Hub

According to a nameless analyst who claims to have handle the heavily rumor tablet device, as reported by Barron’s, this new thing will play games. Furthermore, the tablet is still on for a September unveiling, hitting store shelves somewhere …

Rumor: Apple Preparing iPod Touch With Camera, Microphone

According to a “well connected source” in the Wired camp, Apple has been hard at work churning out next-gen iPod Touch models with integrated cameras and microphones. Rumors have swirled that the iPod Touch will come with …

Netflix comes to Sony’s Bravia TVs

Netflix announced today a partnership with Sony to bring its movie streaming service to the Bravia brand of TVs. Starting this fall, owners of internet-enabled Bravia televisions will be able to view Netflix full online …

May NPD: UFC on top while DS, PS2 sales suffer

THQ’s came out with a TOK win with UFC 2009 Undisputed selling 1.01 million units across the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Other games on the other hand didn’t fair as well in their debut month, notably Punch-Out!!, which moved 150K copies on Wii.

New iPhone Will Include 3D Graphics Chip, Hits July

Reports have come in saying that next week at Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference the company will be unveiling its new iPhone, a device that will sport a built-in 3D graphics chip, operate on a new, higher-speed network and hit mid-July.

Bethesda has designed iPhone versions of Fallout 3

Bethesda software has annouce plains to bring the Fallout series to smaller screens, the iPhone more specifically. The only problem is that they just haven’t figured out how to pull it off yet.

Microsoft unveils Zune HD, Zune marketplace headed to Xbox 360 [update]

Microsoft has finally confirm the Zune HD, with Microsoft confirming the handheld media device’s existence and it’s intent to go head to head or “touchscreen-to-touchscreen” with the iPod Touch this fall. Engadget has full details on the new Zune, including the announcement that Microsoft is doing away with the current Xbox Live video marketplace in favor of the Zune marketplace.

New computer ships with WoW account-stealing software

Examiner has reported a brand new computer shipped out the door with factory-installed software designed to steal World of WarCraft and they presumably any other online game account information.

Windows 7 hardware tax unveiled. Surprised?

According to Microsoft, minimum hardware specs for running Win 7 are as follows: 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB of disc space for 32-bit version, 20GB for 64-bit version and a DirectX9-compliant graphics card. This means almost every PC manufactured after September 2002 should run Windows 7 - something that we haven’t seen in the past. If this is true, owners of older computers can delay the purchase of their machine until they are able to save up for the DirectX11-compliant, multi-core computer.