Bletchley Park has launched a series of videos introducing a selection of fully-working equipment from the birth of the industry.
Mobile internet devices based on the open-source Linux operating system are expected to account for 23 percent of the market by 2013 according to analysts.
The latest Release Candidate for Firefox 3 has hit the Mozilla FTP site, but many users will be disappointed that another round of testing stands between them and a final release.
The next public beta release of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 web browser won't be coming out until August, significantly later than testers were expecting.
A team at Northwestern University in Illinois has published results of work into creating removable optical storage based around photonic jet technology with massive capacity.
CardSpace, the authentication system provided with .NET Framework 3.0, suffers from the same security shortcomings as its predecessor according to a German research team.
A Chinese manufacturer has unveiled a touchscreen modification for the popular Asus Eee PC 701 that requires no soldering to install - although it will still invalidate your warranty.
The final blow in the Gigabyte versus Asus debaclé has landed, with Gigabyte agreeing to publish a full apology in Taiwanese newspapers for its indelicate comments about Asus.
The ASTRA group at the University of Antwerp has revealed a pint-size supercomputer built from four GeForce 9800GX2 graphics cards designed for medical research.
A cracker group calling itself Kryogeniks has taken responsibility for an attack on the DNS records of US cable giant Comcast, resulting in the downing of its main website on Wednesday.
The guys over at AnandTech have got their hands on an engineering sample version of Asus's Eee PC desktop, and it's looking like a pretty impressive device thus far.
A flaw in versions of Adobe Flash Player prior to the latest release allows for remote code execution on affected systems, and is being actively exploited by crackers.
Box shifter Dell is planning an ultraportable Eee PC-style low-cost notebook according to comments on its blog yesterday - and in an astounding fit of innovation, it's bright red.
Motherboard manufacturer Asus has launched the latest salvo in its ongoing spat with rival Gigabyte, suing the company for defamation regarding an anti-Asus propaganda presentation.
The Homeplug Powerline Alliance has announced the latest revision of its Homeplug AV standard, promising greater speeds for networking over mains cabling.
Korean company Samsung has announced its latest solid-state drive, and it's a 256GB unit with pretty stunning performance using relatively cheap MLC memory.
A team at MIT has developed a system capable of searching through a database of 12.9 million images in seconds on a normal desktop PC.
The Open Graphics Project has announced availability of the worlds first open-source graphics card, but don't think you can just buy it and plug it in - it's a development platform.
The UK government has revealed plans to build a database containing information on all electronic communications made by its citizens over the last twelve months.
The on-going fight between motherboard manufacturers Gigabyte and Asus regarding energy saving features continues with a press release from Gigabyte.
Memory manufacturer Corsair has beaten all rivals to claim the biggest overclock for a DDR3 module yet, using its Dominator DDR3 RAM to achieve a frequency of 2462MHz.
Windows XP Service Pack 3 disables on install an ActiveX control needed to connect to a Windows Home Server box via Remote Desktop Protocol, thanks to an 'upgraded' security model.
Eight former AOL execs - both from before and after the merger with Time Warner - stand accused of inflating advertising revenue.
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