Tag: digital downloads

  • Global Geek News Podcast #47

    Here are the shownotes for episode #47 for the Global Geek News Podcast. Subscribe on iTunes Download the MP3 Help support us with a $5/mo subscription! Stories: EA CEO:  Digital game sales will overtake console numbers next year Windows 7 share grows at XP’s expense Unconfirmed:  Amazon’s secret play in the retail space TV executives […]

  • Global Geek News Podcast #29

    Here are the shownotes for episode #29 for the Global Geek News Podcast. Subscribe on iTunes Download the MP3 Help support us with a $5/mo subscription! Stories: Europe gets handset makers to agree to universal charger Next tech IPO:  LogMeIn Acer set to overtake Dell as #2 PC maker The Simpsons gets higher ad rates […]

  • Amazon can dominate casual gaming if it follows Steam’s lead

    Greetings Readers! For those that need catching up to speed, today, Amazon announced it is going to start doing digital downloads of causal pc games.  With casual gaming growing faster than ever, this is a market they can easily compete in, but if they want to dominate it, there are several key things that they […]

  • EA Has Major Problems That Must Be Fixed or Face Shutting Down

    Greetings Readers! I will admit that I haven’t been a fan of Electronic Arts for a long time.  While I admit they make an occasional good game, most of their games are new versions of old games with small changes every year.  This is just the start of my large list of issues with EA.  […]

  • Sony Announces Blu-spec CD, Another Format for a Dying Medium

    Greetings Readers! Yesterday, I wrote a post about how CD sales are down and Walmart is reducing the floor space it gives the CD.  Clearly, the fools at Sony don’t agree with my assessment of the CD and its impending death.  Sony has now announced a new CD format, Blu-spec CD.  This format is going […]

  • Walmart Signals the Death of CDs/DVDs, Looks to the Present and Future

    Greetings Readers! For the past month, maybe more, the local Wal-Marts have been undergoing a major shift.  Nearly everything but groceries have changed their location.  There are now more groceries, less pet supplies, and the electronics department has roughly doubled in size.  Apparently this shift is taking place across the country.  A post on Gizmodo […]