Vista Service Pack 1 details announced: timing, beta, more

After months of speculation, rumor, and silence from Microsoft, the company is finally talking publicly about Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista.
Microsoft says that the first public beta of Windows Vista SP1 will be available in the next few weeks to TechNET and MSDN subscribers.

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Halo Wars demo to hit Xbox Live in the next few days

“In an exclusive interview via Playtm and Gamespot during Games Conventions in Leipzig 2007, with Harter Ryan, Ensemble ’s executive producer, he revealed that a demo will be hitting Xbox Live within the few days.”

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Halo 3 Lets You Create Your Own Power-ups and More

At the Leipzig Game’s Convention in Germany, Bungie’s Brian Jarrard revealed a whole lot of information about Halo 3.

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Halo 3: Grenades, Needlers, and Other Weapons From the Future Make for Fun

New weapons like the Gravity Hammer will add a chaotic dimension to multiplayer combat, while old favorites like the Sniper Rifle have undergone minor tweaks.

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Fall Dashboard Update List Leaked?

A poster at the Xbox.com forums claims to have posted a leaked list of all the updates that will be featured in this Fall’s Dashboard Update. Included in the update will be 3rd party wireless support, a new XBLA blade, new clan support, new XNA game launcher, Chatpad functionality, and DivX support, as well as many other features.

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Halo 3 Instruction Manual Leaked

Someone got their hands on an instruction manual for Halo 3 and has leaked some of the images from the manual.

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RIAA: Pay as we say, not as we do

Despite the judge’s ruling, laid down a month ago, Deborah Foster, who is waiting to receive $68,585.23 for attorney fees and costs, has yet heard back from the inglorious RIAA, much less received any money.

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Halo 3: Flamethrower

Details and screen shots on the new flamethrower

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Illegal music downloads hit record high

Illegal music downloads have reached an all time high just as the growth of online social networking has shifted the epicentre of the music industry away from the major record labels, according to a new study.

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