AMD announces Epyc, Ryzen embedded families
Boasts multiple customer wins.
Cheaper than the original Eisbaer range.
We get to play with Siege's new content drop, and the limited edition Outbreak PvE mode.
Critics campaign to stop that happening.
Tries to bypass USO plans.
Aims to cover 600,000 more premises.
13th place in Europe.
A win for net neutrality.
Point to some concerning statistics.
Will monitor privacy, spectrum concerns.
180 micro-satellites to begin with.
Downloading not as speedy as expected.
The Conservative party has tried to erase all trace of its previous speeches from the internet.
Don Mattrick fuels the always-on internet debate.
Headphone-like technology leads to 400Gb/s links.
Microsoft confirms Xbox One will play second-hand games and won't require always-on Internet.
Microsoft has seemingly confirmed that the new Xbox won't require an always-on Internet connection.
British Library leads digital deposit project.
Censorship fears mean missing signatures.
Ofcom has published a draft code to establish a three-strikes copyright system in the UK, based on the DEA.
The High Court has ordered ISPs to start blocking access to Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay.
The Lords Select Committee is getting involved in the plan to boost Britain's broadband.
The Technology Strategy Board has announced investment in the Internet of Things via 10 UK companies.
Virgin Media has today announced that it will upgrade its network to 100Mb by mid-2012.
The French Government is about to cut off 60 citizens for file-sharing violations.
Office of National Statistics reveals that 45 per cent of UK net users have mobile data access.
Daily.co.uk has announced that it’s opened the first phase of ‘pre-registration’ and registration for .xxx domain names, the widely anticipated adult-only suffix.
BT could block Usenet indexing website Newzbin if the Motion Picture Association gets its way.
ICANN approves historical changes to the Internet domain name system.
We urgently need to dump IPv4 IP addresses in favour of IPv6, says Axel Pawlik from Ripe NCC.
Communications minister Ed Vaizey has called on ISPs for a mandatory pornography filter.
Can the latest evolution of the Killer NIC justify its £60 price tag?
The US has announced the appointment of its first general in charge of cyber warfare.
BT has gained the exclusive rights to bundle Onlive in the UK.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer market share has dipped to an 11 year low.
After visiting the WiMAX Forum Congress Asia 2010 in Taipei this week, we found out about the latest WiMAX products, how it's better than mobile 3.5G internet - but also why we'll never actually get to use it.
Asus tries to muscle in on the media player market with this dinky little device. Kitted out with 802.11n WiFi, Ethernet, HDMI 1.3 and mkv support - is its software and hardware a match for its strong competitors?
Google has announced plans to launch a trial fibre-to-the-home service which will see the search and advertising giant offering 1Gb/s Internet connections to home users.
Firefox is now the most popular browser, according to StatCounter.
A £90 million investment scheme is set to see homes and businesses across South Yorkshire offered 25Mb/s broadband connections by the end of 2012.