Valve blames Apple for Steam Link app ban
Android users not affected.
Show it once, it'll figure things out.
Will break again come Chrome 70.
Western Digital 1TB MyBook NAS adds overly restrictive DRM to deny access to the video and music you legally own, when you try and play it from outside your home network.
As an ISP, Plus.net finds itself as the middleman in arguments between law enforcement and accused file sharers. In an unusually down to earth blog post, a Plus.net employee lays it straight.
We're heading for service pack city as Vista, XP and Office 2007 all get a tune up and a bit of spit 'n' polish.
The latest update of Adobe's Flash player introduces H.264 1080p HD support but More importantly it also reduces CPU usage for all flash!
The French have led the way in terms of anti-piracy legislation by making the punishment by casual file-sharing consumer fit the crime committed. However, it's at some expense to online privacy.
A new study claims that peer to peer music sharing actually increases the sales of CDs and OiNK may be down, but that doesn't mean its spirit is dead...
New figures are in, placing Nintendo as the market leader in software sales, followed by Sony and Microsoft in that order according to iSuppli.
Becta, the UK computer agency for the government, is advising schools to stay away from Microsoft software due to licensing problems with both Vista and Office 2007.
Apple has finally unveiled Leopard, V10.5 of the Mac OS X system. Released today, the system boasts over 300 new features over previous Mac OS'.
For those who love the satire of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, but now there are all nine years available on its website. Time to say goodbye to productivity at work!
The iPhone and iPod Touch have been opened to developers, so a wealth of third party games and apps could be on the horizon.
Apparently, Sony could make the new 40GB PlayStation 3 do backwards compatibility through software it just doesn't want to.
After finding out that PowerDVD Ultra downsamples all audio from HD down to 48KHz/16-bit we contacted Cyberlink to get to the bottom of it all.
After an online petition signed by over 16,000 people demanded that BBC's iPlayer software was open to more systems than just Windows XP and Internet Explorer, it seems something will finally be done!
It looks like Sony is back with another rootkit after two years in the dark. This time the company's MicroVault USB thumb drives are the carriers.
Shut down the iPlayer? NEVER! Secret background processes continue to hog your Internet connection despite what you tell it to do.
Microsoft leaks some details of its new audio API support in the latest version of Direct X 10.1 SDK.
You thought Vista was already pretty bad having dozens of services secretly calling home? How about an advertising framework that uses contextual data from your PC? This new patent from Microsoft could make things a whole lot worse.
The new 80GB PS3 is confirmed to have 'limited backwards compatibility' thanks to a switch to the European software BC mode.
COMPUTEX 2007: The Asus Xonar D2 now features a few more lights, and a lot more product details. We grabbed some pics of the final product, its box and the low down of what goes on inside.
Web Reviews Roundup for the 10th of May 2007.