The latest release of the Fedora Linux distribution has been leaked ahead of its official launch, and one recipient has shared his experiences with the new version of the open-source OS.
AMD has released a roadmap detailing its plans for the server and workstation market up to 2010, and there's some drool-worthy new tech on its way.
A person or persons unknown has exploited a flaw in the Epilepsy Foundation's website to post flashing animated GIFs, in an apparent attempt to trigger seizures in visitors to the site.
Legal P2P startup QTrax is looking to repair the damage of a disastrous launch with news of an honest-to-goodness deal with Universal Music Group.
The Max Planck Institute for Software Systems is running a project designed to gather data on which ISPs block BitTorrent traffic - and you can help.
India is due to get a 15,000 kilometre fibre-optic connection to the UK with a capacity of 3.84 terabits and connection points in a further eleven countries.
Microsoft quietly re-introduced the long-awaited Service Pack 3 for Windows XP yesterday after a compatibility bug resulted in its rapid removal in April.
Trent Reznor has released another album for DRM-free digital download, but this time it's completely free for the whole thing - as a "thank you" to his fans.
The popular CoreAVC for Linux project, which allows registered users of the CoreCodec's CoreAVC DirectShow filter to run the product under Linux, has been removed from Google Code.
New York art and technology centre Eyebeam has unveiled an open-source project that enables people to build their own multi-touch table-top interfaces similar to Microsoft's Surface.
The communist island of Cuba has entered the 21st century by lifting a ban on the sale of personal computers - although Internet connectivity is still a privilege reserved for the ruling class.
Microsoft has missed its 29th April deadline for offering Windows XP Service Pack 3 without an MSDN subscription due to a conflict with their Retail Management System software.
HP Labs has announced experimental proof of the existence of a building block for electronic circuits dubbed the 'memristor', which could lead to instant-on computing.
Virgin Media has partnered with the BBC to offer iPlayer content via their video-on-demand service - straight to your TV, no PC required.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has described the famous giveaway of 'In Rainbows' as a "one-off" that is unlikely to be repeated.
Newspapers have revealed a device given to law enforcement agencies by Microsoft which allows users to bypass security features built into Windows.
Intel is entering into a partnership with high-performance computing legends Cray to create a next-generation supercomputer - and it could well be Nehalem-based.
According to figures released by pro-file sharing group TorrentFreak, the tiny single-file BitTorrent client uTorrent is experiencing rapid takeup - and is responsible for the majority of P2P traffic.
Lars Ulrich is apparently planning a Radiohead-style digital release for Metallica's first album after the end of their contract with Warner Music Group.
InPhase Technologies has finally launched a product based on holographic storage - a technology the company has been promising for the past eight years.
Apple is to use Immersion's VibeTonez technology to introduce haptic feedback to the iPhone, hoping it will improve the usability of the keyboard.
If you own a website and would like more control over what information gets displayed when you pop up in search results, the new Yahoo SearchMonkey project might be of interest.
Microsoft's MSN Direct division has announced that it has sold the last Smart Watch device, and it has no plans to ever create any more SPOT-enabled wristwear.
November 22 2019 | 13:00
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