Meet the PSX (can we call it Playstation 2.5?) - The PSX, an upgraded PlayStation 2 that takes the console far beyond its gaming roots. The revamped PS2 comes with a built-in DVD recorder, a TV tuner, a 120 GB hard drive and will let owners download movies and music from the Internet.
HardOCP takes a look to NVIDIA's upgraded GeForceFX 5600 Ultra, apparently a real replacement for the mainstream performance sector, the new packaging makes wonders for the FX chip now higher clocked, cooler and overclockable.
RealNetworks launches RealOne Rhapsody online music service - Each song is 79¢ plus a $9.99 monthly subscription fee, according to the press release, their catalog consists of 330,000 tracks from which 2/3 are available for burning.
Videogames are good - Researchers at the University of Rochester found that young adults who regularly played action-based video games showed better visual skills than those who didn’t.
Computex, the Taiwanese tech trade show recently postponed by the SARS outbreak, has been rescheduled for September, organizers said Wednesday.
Asia running out of IP-address room, China, Korea and Japan are running out of time.
Amazon.com plans to open 'several more stores on its Web site this year' and they are even considering online distribution of digital media such as music.