Uber hit by 57 million record data breach
Hid the breach for a year, sources say.
Hid the breach for a year, sources say.
Aims to block bot manipulation.
Critics campaign to stop that happening.
Another Z370 system arrives in our labs; this one costs £1,800 and sports an overclocked Core i7-8700K and a GTX 1070 Ti.
Never wake up to crappy breakfast radio again: be your own early-morning DJ with up to 15,000 songs, thanks to the iH5 alarm clock radio from iHome. Simply drop your iPod into the top and the iH5 acts as a docking cradle, charging while it plays.
Seagate have announced a 8GB 1-inch hard drive, or Microdrive, and Hitachi expect to hit 60GB within 5 years using Perpendicular Recording.
Nvidia's G70 is not only going to be launched next week, but actually be in stock to buy next week - allegedly.
Whilst Aopen have their definitely-not-a-mac-mini for sale
By releasing his new book for anyone to download and share around under a Creative Commons license, James Morris puts his money where his mouth is - as the mainstream media industry continues its struggle to cope with digital technology.
Games are the new comic books, or so it seems in Hollywood these days, with the announcement that Vin Diesel is to star in a film version of Eidos' Hitman game series.
AMD finally confirm that they will be shipping 64-bit compatible Sempron processors. Intel's 64-bit Celeron D is also imminent
A fanatical Chinese online gamer is given a suspended death sentence after stabbing a virtual theif who sold his treasured Dragon Sabre sword that was won in the popular Korean MMO, Legend Of Mir 3.
Despite wide speculation, Valve have confirmed this morning that Half Life 2: Lost Coast has not been delayed to wait for ATI's R520 GPU, and are hoping to release it in July.
Aspyr Media is getting ready to ship the block-em-up for OSX in a little over a month. Can you feel the Force, etc etc?
Beyond3D gets intimate with the Xenos chip in the Xbox 360. If you can take 11 pages of hardcore tech, it's worth a read.
Xtreme Resources has a guide up that aims to help DFI nForce4 users get the most out of their TCCD memory.
The World of Warcraft developer talks about the upcoming PvP expansion and 'no-comments' some Diablo 3 rumours in a new interview.
Too busy to leave your desk for coffee? German modder René G. has the answer: a fully functioning espresso machine built into a PC case.
High Dynamic Range rendering, or HDR, is the latest must-have graphics feature. Valve's Doug Lombardi talks to us about HDR and Half Life 2: Lost Coast. There's plenty of exclusive eye-candy too!
The Bravo is an X700 from PowerColor that sports a passive cooler and some souped-up clocks. Can it compete with with a 6600?
Bizarre Creations have launched the official Project Gotham Racing 3 website, with four impressive engine-note samples to download
There's cheap and then there's cheap. Then there's a fully working 2.4Ghz system, with monitor, for under US$300. Except naturally it's not that cheap in the UK...
Speculation is rife that Apple will use hardware to lock OSX to their own Macs following the transition to Intel chips.
After the announcement that ATI would add support for up to 14xAA with its upcoming CrossFire technology, NVIDIA had to go one better: bring on 16xAA...
Fox and Universal appear to have come to an agreement with Microsoft that will see Halo: the movie hit alongside Halo 3.
Today, Richard Swinburne has a look at Shuttle's SN25P barebones chassis. It is based on the NForce 4 MCP and is capable of supporting video cards with dual-slot cooling solutions.
In what die-hard Macbashers would claim is the first genuinely constructive use of Apple hardware in year, French bloggers at www.w3sh.com have posted an innovative mod they call the iToilet, a toilet paper dispenser made from a Mac Mini
Want to be preserved forever in digital form? Lionhead are offering one lucky winner the chance to have their face included in Black & White 2 as one of the Greek characters.
We talk to industry luminary Richard Huddy about ATI's work with Microsoft on the Xbox 360. We cover the Xenos graphics architecture in some depth, as well as considering its relative merits against the PS3's RSX chip. What does all this technology mean for us PC enthusiasts?
Recent rumours suggested that Microsoft were about to release an updated version of Shader Model 3.0. Microsoft confirmed that they have no plans to update DirectX 9.0c with an extension for the rumoured Shader Model 3.0a.
Microsoft are on course to launch an all new and improved mobile email service that will compete directly with RIM's Blackberry handsets. It will automatically downloads email to the users mobile handset.
Israeli security researchers have uncovered a flaw that allows hackers to pair with Bluetooth equipped devices with out the owners knowledge.
The 2004 event was a less than stellar endorsement of robotic vehicles; This time DARPA's not taking any chances.
When Vivendi Universal wanted a custom case created on a tight time scale to promote their latest mega-hit, F.E.A.R. , they came to us. Take a walk through the creation of the custom case.
Transistors have been getting smaller and smaller ever since they where developed in the 50's. But researchers are now a step closer to the holy grail - single molecule transistors.
Guatemalan coder wins Excel patent infringment case, and Redmond is ordered to pay up.
Tweaktown have pronounced Shuttle has having the best Booth Babes of Computex 2005, according to a press release just issued by Shuttle HQ
Swiss experts plan to build the mother of all emulators.
Crimson Sky does it again, this time building a triple-display SLI flight simulator in the shape of an F-117A Stealth Fighter!
The Xbox 360 is going to cost $299 at launch, according to analysts. Expect Europe to get done over, again.
And lo, it did come to pass that disposable film stills begat disposable digital stills, which begat disposable digital movies.
Citi group seem to have misplaced some backup tapes containing data on millions of customers. Oops, or is that UPS?
Hackers have unlocked the PSP, and have gone from the first "Hello World" to full blown Mario World in just 5 days.