SpaceX launches first Starlink broadband satellites
Plans a total of 12,000.
Promises performance or power-draw boosts.
Announces invitational event, too.
As of Spring 2009, Nintendo has announced that Wii users will be able to download games straight to an SD card to help compensate for poor storage.
The Pandora, the open-source handheld gaming platform, has just become available for pre-order and is selling out fast.
Nintendo has just unveiled the new DS handheld, dubbed the DSi, which comes with a whole load of improvements over the DS.
Motorola has confirmed that it has a range of handsets based around Google's open-source Android platform in the pipeline, and may be boosting staff to accomodate.
ARM, in conjunction with Common Platform founders IBM, Chartered Semiconductor, and Samsung, is developing 32- and 28nm based System on Chip devices for the mobile market.
A camera previously belonging to the Intelligence Services and containing top secret photographs and documentation regarding MI6 field agents was sold on eBay.
The photo "The Blues" by Peter "Whisperwolf" wins the September bit-tech Photo of the Month competition.
Eidos has a little surprised up it's sleeve in the form of a sequel to Shellshock, which should be out before Christmas.
Activision has signed a deal with IGA Worldwide to deliver adverts to PlayStation 3 users.
Microsoft has claimed that the Xbox 360 is currently out-selling the PlayStation 3 two-to-one in Europe after a recent price cut.
AMD has this morning introduced the Radeon HD 4550 and HD 4350 graphics cards at the bottom of its Radeon HD 4000 series line up.
Yahoo's Zimbra client - part of Yahoo Desktop - exposes the password uses to access your e-mail via IMAP in plain text, allowing an eavesdropper to gain access.
Zack Snyder, the director of 300 and Watchmen, has teamed up with Electronic Arts to make a series of videogames.
John Welch, CEO of casual games maker PlayFirst, reckons that the PC market is misunderstood and that consoles are more of a niche than PC.
Epic's Cliff Blezinski has said that Gears of War 2 will not be coming to PC due to piracy fears.
T-Mobile has suspended pre-orders of the new G1, a.k.a. HTC Dream, handset running Google's Android platform due to "overwhelming popularity."
Japanese telecoms provider KDDI is due to launch a 1Gb/s internet service aimed at home users - with equal upstream and downstream bandwidth.
Valve has announced it will start hosting mods of the Source engine on Steam, offering updating and state tracking services.
Lionhead has announced that Fable 2 is to ship without online co-op, with a patch coming later on.
Nintendo may be working on a new version of the DS, this time with a built-in camera and music playback option.
The high-definition video disc Blu-ray accounts for just eight percent of home video sales and rentals in the US, trailing far behind predictions.
MessageLabs has published the results of a study into the amount of spam received by business across the UK, and has compiled a list of the top-ten most spammed locations.
China Mobile is hoping to convince Apple to create a custom iPhone with 3G and WiFi radios removed, to prevent customers unlocking the handsets for use on rival networks.
Want to know what's in the Collector's Edition of Call of Duty: World at War, or do you just want the system specs? We have both!
If you're curious to know if your PC can handle Valve's new zombie shooter then you need wonder no more thanks to these system specs.
EA is to face a class action lawsuit apparently, after plaintiffs have emerged who allege that SecuROM breaches consumer law.