Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
Beta release due September.
With a large fan, 512MB of DDR3 memory and a 1.6GHz CPU, is the DS211+ a speed daemon?
The successor to the excellent DS210j doesn't disappoint.
The group which represents ISPs in the UK, has rejected calls for them to cut off users who repeatedly share copyrighted material.
An alliance of UK creative industries will today urge the Government to take action against illegal file sharers.
IRMA tells ISPs to block piracy hotspots or face legal action.
Troubled magazine sharing site mygazines.com has officially shut its doors, citing "monetory reasons and the state of the global economy" rather than legal issues for its closure.
The controversial anti-piracy bill PRO-IP has been signed into law by the US President, and although at least one questionable measure has been removed complaints still remain.
Figures released by network equipment vendor Sandvine yesterday show peer-to-peer networking accounting for almost half of overall US Internet traffic.
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.
The NSD-100 "P2P Download Engine" is a standalone device that incorporates a basic Linux BitTorrent client into its firmware and it also supports printer sharing and NAS functionality. For under £50, could this be the very low power media hub we're all missing?
Yahoo-owned photo sharing site Flickr is due to allow its users to upload videos as well as photos in a clear attempt to challenge Google's YouTube service.
The UK Government has drafted plans that would demand ISPs to ban users that illegally download music and films.
The European Court of Justice has issued a set of new directives for IP theft. It could be good news for the Internet user... or not.
The Motion Picture Association of America has released a statement coughing to 'human error' in a 2005 report almost tripling the claimed losses caused by file-sharing students.
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.
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...
Police in Middlesbrough have arrested the man behind Oink.me.uk, one of the world's biggest illegal music file sharing sites.
BT and FON have partnered up to help build the largest Wi-Fi community in the world but they need you to take part in order to make it grow.