US FCC votes to repeal net neutrality legislation
Now the real fight begins.
No word on mandatory 'recurrent consumer spending.'
Should have stuck with its Spring plans.
Fujitsu puts a new spin on perpendicular recording to achieve unheard of HDD data densities
DVD Jon just can't help himself. Google's Video Viewer is out for less than a day and already he's hacked it...
Sony could lose over US$1 billion on Playstation 3 in its first year, according to a report by Merrill Lynch Japan. Can they afford to go toe-to-toe with cash-rich Microsoft?
The long running dispute over the itunes.co.uk domain name rolls on, and is destined for the courts as Nominet gets served.
Indymedia should be getting used to losing servers to raids. Who is it this time? FBI? CIA? Nah - British Transport Police.
Bill Gates confirms that there might be further revisions of the 360 that support HD-DVD.
We've brought together links to all the best coverage of the AMD-Intel lawsuit.
Apple has a new range of colour iPods and has added support for Podcasting to iTunes 4.9.
The Max Payne film is confirmed as underway - let the casting speculation begin...
It's 4 years later than predicted by Mr Clarke, but the ISS is to get the first space based voice operated computer assistant. Hopefully it won't murder anyone...
Seriously. They literally send men in dark suits and glasses to deliver documents.
AMD is going on the offensive, taking Intel to court in the States for alleged monopolistic practices. Full details inside.
A decision due in a key legal dispute between file sharing software developers and Hollywood could be handed down today.
The promise of quantum computing suddenly looks slimmer as experts run into a fundamental limit on data persistence.
Corsair has the word on the availability of its highest-quality DDR RAM.
1080up.org aims to convince Nintendo that HD is the future, and Revolution should support it.
HTPC news takes a look at this gorgeous baby. Uneed? I need!
Details of IE7 have hit the net. The browser sports new features including tabbed browsing and RSS integration.
Club3D's new 512MB XL sports some damn fast memory - making it a good choice for overclockers.
One in ten UK websites fail to work properly when viewed in Firefox, according to a study of 100 leading consumer sites by web-testing firm SciVisum; bit-tech fully compliant
We have the first benchmarks of the new Serious Sam 2 game, which sports a next-gen engine - see it's performance on a 7800, inside.
The first details have hit the web, with the specs and hardware in the Intel-based Mac development kits confirmed.
True to their word, NVIDIA have delivered retail stock of GeForce 7800GTX to the channel on the day of release. But what is available, and where? We reveal all.
Jack Kilby, Pioneer of the Integrated Circuit has passed away at the age of 81 after losing a brief fight with cancer.
The press embargo is in place for several more hours, but there is already feverish activity surrounding NVIDIA's release today of their latest GPU, the GeForce 7800GTX.
Only in Japan: Sun Alliance have launched a range of Thumb Drives that are shaped literally like thumbs. Various sushi-shaped models are also available.
Shuttle's latest XPC, the SD31P, supports Pentium D dual-core processors, SATA 300 hard drives with RAID and has Sound Blaster Live audio. Do I have your attention now?
Microsoft's Cambridge boffins are working on their own flavour of P2P. From the codename they've given it, it seems they wish to bury the opposition...
Thought the "Old Phone" ringtone on your T610 was cool? How about a real-life Old Phone? Spark Fun Electronics will oblige.
Google is developing an online payment system designed to go toe to toe with PayPal, the New York Times reports. The new service is rumoured to be called Google Wallet.
The new Sonic Gems title for PS2 and GameCube contains some awesome hidden extras...
Intel, SiS and Via are working with Nvidia to get their motherboard chipsets certified for SLI operation.
Sony are putting a new form of DRM on their music CDs. This time, the difference is - it doesn't really do much, or indeed, claim to.
Infineon say they've shipped off DDR3 memory modules to hardware developers. Prepare for them to hit in 2006 - full story, as always, inside...
Engraving isn’t limited to plaques and trophies: most materials can be engraved and it can produce some great results. Anyone can add an Engraving badge to their modding armoury - let engraving expert Micke Gustafsson show you how.
Windows hackers and security chiefs come together for safer 'sploiting.
Apple: shove your Dell logo up your ATX exhaust fan. (Probably).
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.