In a simultaneous launch with its content creation Creative Suite 4 package, Adobe has released the latest Flash build - and there's some snazzy new features.
HP is the latest company to offer free warranty extensions for PCs affected by Nvidia's GPU manufacturing glitch, alongside Dell and Apple.
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.
A new study into the health implications of personal audio players warns that up to five million people across the EU could suffer hearing damage in the next five years.
Airlines have confirmed that they are to begin the implementation of anti-pornography filters on their in-flight WiFi Internet access services.
Intel has completed work on getting an Asus Eee PC to boot into a fully-functional version of the Fedora Linux OS in just five seconds flat, and is making the technology open for all.
Apple has issued a report admitting that several models of MacBook Pro fitted with Nvidia graphics chips are affected by a manufacturing flaw and may need repair.
Seagate has confirmed rumours that, despite CEO Bill Watkins' public scorn of the technology, it is to enter the solid-state device marketplace with products aimed at the enterprise.
Asus has confirmed rumours that it is to add to its Eee PC range of netbooks with a model featuring a built-in touchscreen, inspired by amateur modders who rolled their own.
A new feature has been added to Google Labs called Mail Goggles, designed to prevent those late-night inebriated e-mails from ever being sent.
Certain revisions of Asus' well-regarded Eee Box ultra-small desktop PC have been accidentally distributed with a nasty worm forming part of the default install.
A wireless networking system designed around LED-based visible light is being developed at the Boston University College of Engineering.
The Mozilla Labs team has introduced Geode, a Firefox plugin that introduces an version of the W3C Geolocation Spec prior to the full-fat implementation due in Firefox 3.1.
Comments by Mozilla Foundation CEO John Lilly reveal that alpha versions of the up-coming Firefox Mobile browser could arrive in 'a few weeks' time.
Rumour has it that Yahoo is take ownership of Time Warner's struggling AOL division in a deal that would see the company become the largest single provider of webmail in the world.
Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskowitz is to leave the company to set up a new joint venture with fellow Facebook engineer Justin Rosenstein.
A court has ordered a temporary suspension in the distribution of RealNetworks' DVD ripping software RealDVD, pending a hearing on Tuesday.
Thomson and Leadtek have announced the production of discrete graphics cards based around Toshiba's Cell-based SpursEngine, aimed at high-definition video acceleration.
Western Digital is set to buy rival Fujitsu's entire hard-drive division in a £500 million deal, leaving the company second in the storage market with a 30 percent share.
Designer Frederik Perman and Michael Stabile show off their zero-footprint wall-mounted six-PC server farm located in the offices of Pacific Design & Manufacturing.
Motorola has confirmed that it has a range of handsets based around Google's open-source Android platform in the pipeline, and may be boosting staff to accomodate.
ARM, in conjunction with Common Platform founders IBM, Chartered Semiconductor, and Samsung, is developing 32- and 28nm based System on Chip devices for the mobile market.
October 16 2019 | 13:00
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