Weekly Top 10: PS3 Outsells Xbox 360, Xbox 360 Price-cut, IPhone SDK

Posted: Mar 15 2008, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:45am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Flyer

Weekly Top 10: PS3 outsells Xbox 360, Xbox 360 price-cut, iPhone SDK
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This week the video game sales numbers show that in February more consumers bought the Sony PS3 than the Xbox 360. The Wii is still way ahead though. Microsoft only lowered the prices of the Xbox 360 in Europe, seems they do see no need to reduce the price in the United States.
Apple released the first download numbers for their new iPhone SDK. 100,000 developers already started to toy with the SDK. Apple also announced this week the details for the upcoming WWDC 08 conference where the iPhone SDK will be the hottest topic.
Asus thinks that there will be more Asus Eee PCs running XP than Linux, I am not sold on that message yet.
If you are into music, a new software has been announced that can fix wrong notes in a recording, just like that.
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