VR bods partner for VirtualLink cable spec
Everything via USB Type-C.
Proposes a social media levy.
Free 500,000 systems from criminals.
A 16 year old lad from London.
A need to 'protect young minds.'
Partners with City of London Police against fraudulent music download sites.
The Greater Manchester Police has got itself on Twitter, offering an insight into officer's jobs.
The group which represents ISPs in the UK, has rejected calls for them to cut off users who repeatedly share copyrighted material.
Hudson games, the ironic makers of Bomberman, have been the victim of bomb threats from one Japanese gamer.
The Chief Constable of Lancashire has found himself the target of a writ in the High Court accusing his force of playing music without the relevant licence.
UK police forces are to receive firearm training from a new simulation game that aims to be a truly realistic conflict simulation.
The Greater Manchester Police force has launched a Facebook app which it hopes will allow all those switched-on social networkers to "help with their enquiries."
Police in Auckland yesterday spent half an hour grilling a Geocacher over a suspicious package hidden by a handrail on Mayoral Drive.
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.
Police in Middlesbrough have arrested the man behind Oink.me.uk, one of the world's biggest illegal music file sharing sites.
The latest casualties in the wake of the MediaDefender leak last week might be the companies that hired MD to do their dirty work.
German police begin a search in Second Life regarding rumours of child pornography rings.
Police have issued a warning to UK retailers that there may be trouble at Friday's PS3 launch
The fuzz employs 'computer security' experts to go to town on Downing Street's email. n00b!
The editor of Wired magazine devised a code that scanned through the Myspace directory searching for registered sex offenders. What he discovered was truly shocking...
The internet is awash with the news that servers hosting the popular BitTorrent tracker have been seized by Swedish police.