Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
Nanopoint recently opened a support forum here on bit-tech. What better way to celebrate than by teaming up to offer one of our lucky readers a fantastic prize!
Sony is celebrating the tenth birthday of EverQuest today, announcing the dates for the next Fan Faire.
Nvidia has launched a venture capital initiative aimed at helping start-up companies develop CUDA-based GP-GPU solutions.
The once-cancelled Marvel Universe MMO, based on the Marvel comic books, has apparently been bought back to life.
Today we're taking a look at Akasa's entry into the SFF market with the Enigma Mini-ITX case and finding out if its the ideal home for an Intel Atom based system or media centre.Do good things really come in small packages?
The e-mail addresses and passwords for over 4,000 Comcast customers found their way on to document sharing site Scribd.com for over two months.
Jon Peddie Research paints a bleak picture of the discrete graphics card market, which shrank by 42.7 percent in the fourth quarter of 2008.
While it's been available in Japan for a while now, Nintendo is only just getting ready to ship the new DSi platform across the rest of the world. We've got a copy of the handheld to take a look at, so it's time to see if it's worth getting rid of your DS Lite or PlayStation Portable.
Intel says that Global Foundries isn't a subsidiary under the terms of its agreement with AMD, and threatens to pull AMD’s licenses.
Fulfilling its promise to the Jaiku community, Google has released the code base for its micro-blogging engine under an open source licence.
BioShock 2 is confirmed to feature multiplayer, as well as co-op, according to new reports.
Toshiba has announced impending products that will include integrated YouTube support, including features designed to improve the quality of streaming videos.
Reportedly, the new iPod Shuffle will only function with the required first party headphones.
Netbooks based on Qualcomm and Freescale's ARM CPUs are rumoured to be scheduled for launch at Computex this year, while the OLPC project encourages Microsoft to code an ARM-compatible version of Windows