Nintendo of America boss Reggie Fils-Aime announces retirement
Doug Bowser to fill his shoes.
Doug Bowser to fill his shoes.
Pending regulatory approval, of course.
Israeli security researchers have uncovered a flaw that allows hackers to pair with Bluetooth equipped devices with out the owners knowledge.
The 2004 event was a less than stellar endorsement of robotic vehicles; This time DARPA's not taking any chances.
When Vivendi Universal wanted a custom case created on a tight time scale to promote their latest mega-hit, F.E.A.R. , they came to us. Take a walk through the creation of the custom case.
Transistors have been getting smaller and smaller ever since they where developed in the 50's. But researchers are now a step closer to the holy grail - single molecule transistors.
Guatemalan coder wins Excel patent infringment case, and Redmond is ordered to pay up.
Tweaktown have pronounced Shuttle has having the best Booth Babes of Computex 2005, according to a press release just issued by Shuttle HQ
Swiss experts plan to build the mother of all emulators.
Crimson Sky does it again, this time building a triple-display SLI flight simulator in the shape of an F-117A Stealth Fighter!
The Xbox 360 is going to cost $299 at launch, according to analysts. Expect Europe to get done over, again.
And lo, it did come to pass that disposable film stills begat disposable digital stills, which begat disposable digital movies.
Citi group seem to have misplaced some backup tapes containing data on millions of customers. Oops, or is that UPS?
Hackers have unlocked the PSP, and have gone from the first "Hello World" to full blown Mario World in just 5 days.
United Airlines will follow Lufthansa's lead after gaining FAA approval to run wireless networks on its flights
During Computex, many of ATI's partners slipped the new Radeon X550 series of video cards out. It is set to replace the Radeon X300 and X600 series'.
WWDC: Steveo has just announced that Apple will be switching to Intel CPUs
Today, ATI launched the first 16-pixel pipeline mobility GPU. The Mobility Radeon X800 XT is very close to the performance of its desktop counterparts.
If Sony has it's way, you won't be seeing many more imported PSPs before the 1st September.
The upsurge of Mytob worm variants has experts worried. Could we soon see the malware equivalent of MRSA?
Rockstar talks about the physics changes made to the game engine for the PC version.
ECS and Gigabyte are to team up to offer graphics cards to take on the big players in the market.
Today we have a look at OCZ's PC5000 EL Platinum memory modules - they're specifically tuned for the DFI LANPARTY nF4 series motherboards, rated at an astonishing 625MHz DDR.
Whilst widely reported that a switch to Intel was possibly on the cards, most analysts have been skeptical of such a move. Could they be proven wrong?
Apple has agreed to settle several iPod battery related class-action suits - 1st to 3rd gen iPods eligible.
Both cores in Intel's dual core Pentium M will share a single bank of cache memory.
The new XXX top level domain has been labelled as obscene by net veterans. Surely thats the point?
ASUS are bringing and interesting idea for Home Theatre PC users to the market in the near future: WiFi TV-Out, which creates new possibilities for installing a HTPC solution in the living room.