Several laptops used by crew on the International Space Station for e-mail access and experiment monitoring are infected with a password-stealing worm.
The iPhone 3G has outsold its 2G predecessor in just seven weeks - and Foxconn is ramping up prodution to meet ever-growing demand for the device.
M2E Power has announced that its motion-based charger for portable devices is fully working, and will hit the market in 2009 - but don't expect miracles.
Beleaguered tech company AMD has announced that it is to sell its digital TV division to Broadcom for $192.8 million in order to streamline its business.
Voting machine maker Diebold, has admitted a programming error causes its equipment to drop votes - and has done for over a decade.
Asus has revealed its latest laptop line, with colourful designs a plenty - along with a matching fragrance. Could smelly laptops be the future of mobile computing?
A patch aimed specifically at Apple's MacBook Air has been released, which introduces fixes for video playback issues and hopes to reduce idle power usage.
Lief Bloomquist has set up a BBS system running on a venerable Commodore 64 and connected to the Internet via a Telnet proxy - in a "moment of nostalgic geekiness."
An Alabama resident is seeking class action status for her lawsuit against Apple, which accuses the company of releasing a "defective" product in the iPhone 3G.
Users of the previous-generation Firefox 2.0.0.x series of web browser will begin to receive messages telling them to upgrade to Firefox 3 from next week.
The Internet Explorer team over at Microsoft are hard at work on a pair of technologies designed to offer 'private browsing' without leaving incriminating evidence behind.
Antec has launched a series of interchangeable notebook parts based around the Intel Common Building Block platform, which some see as the first step to home-built laptops.
Dell has announced via its Direct2Dell blog that it is to cover laptops fitted with faulty Nvidia GPUs for an additional twelve months, due to a design flaw in the GPU.
A version of the popular BossPrefs package has been released which includes one-click disabling of the so-called 'kill-switch' blacklist functionality hidden within the iPhone by Apple.
Microsoft is describing the upcoming release of Windows 7 as "minor", giving the server edition the name Windows Server 2008 R2 rather than its own appellation.
Mygazines.com, a user-driven magazine scanning and sharing site founded back in July, is facing legal threats from magazine publishers who claim copyright infringement.
Rumours spreading across the 'net have T-Mobile ready to launch the HTC Dream smartphone, the first handset to run on Google's Linux-based Android platform.
Micro-blogging site Twitter has cancelled the ability to be notified of updates via SMS in the UK due to spiralling messaging costs - but is hopeful that it'll be able to bring it back eventually.
Rumours of a hardware refresh for Apple's MacBook Air line claim an upgrade to a faster Penryn-based Core 2 Duo and a hard drive boost, along with increased battery capacity.
A bug in the licensing system for virtualisation software VMware prevented systems worldwide from restarting properly on dates after the 12th of August.
Chris Harrison and a friend have created an interesting sculpture-stroke-decoration in the form of wall coverings made from discarded motherboards - over 68 kilos of them.
Gizmodo has spotted a device on Japanese tech site Impress which turns six SDHC cards into a RAID 0 SATA SSD drive the same size as a traditional notebook disk.
Despite last-minute setbacks that could have seen the project grounded, Rick Hill's Warballooning project launched on-schedule at this years Defcon hacker conference.
October 16 2019 | 13:00
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