Nokia Siemens Networks has announced a new software-based upgrade for EDGE networks that promises to increase the download speed without the need to invest in new hardware.
Graffiti artist Skullphone has been reported as being responsible for hacking in to ClearChannel's digital signage systems to insert his logo, but the truth is rather more mundane.
Smaller ISPs in Canada are finding that their wholesale connections are being 'managed' due to changes made by Bell Canada to shape P2P traffic without consent.
DRM destruction firm SlySoft has announced that the latest version of its software is able to bypass both AACS and BD+ protection - enabling consumers to transcode the video.
A new study has shown that hydrogen sulphide can be used to halt the metabolism of mice for several minutes.
Bill Watkins, CEO of Seagate, claims that his company has patents on SSD tech that could make it difficult for competitors.
Google has published a letter to the FCC which outlines the company's plans for utilising the radio spectrum freed by the move to all-digital TV transmissions.
Garth Freeman, CEO of Buzz Broadband, has described WiMAX as a "disaster" twelve months after launching a platform based on the technology.
Fritsl over at Let's Make Robots! has put the finishing touches to his self-propelled tracked drummer robot, which guides itself around until it finds objects to bash out a tune on.
Mininova has begun a closed beta for a new service that allows users to stream videos via BitTorrent instead of waiting for them to download.
Taiwanese electronics giant ECS has announced a new ultraportable notebook, the G10IL - and the good news is it actually brings something new to the table.
Avian Security published a report last week claiming that solid-state drives were experiencing a 30% return rate, but box builder Dell has called that "wholly inaccurate."
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation has announced that it is to distribute one of its most popular shows via BitTorrent.
The Digital Video Broadcast - Handheld (DVB-H) standard has been officially endorsed by the European Commission, paving the way for a Europe-wide mobile TV network.
A man responsible for downloading personal data from at least eighty-three individuals via P2P software and fraudulently using their identities has been sentenced to four years imprisonment.
Japanese ISPs have joined forces to introduce a system to disconnect users of peer-to-peer file sharing applications.
Apple has filed for a patent covering a new iPhone incarnation which features a flip-out double-sided trackpad alongside an LCD display: could it be an iPhone Nano in the works?
Yahoo-owned photo sharing site Flickr is due to allow its users to upload videos as well as photos in a clear attempt to challenge Google's YouTube service.
American ISP Verizon has become a charter member of the P4P Workgroup, a collective of ISPs with an interesting idea on how to make P2P perform better and cost less.
Several eager hackers have got their hands on the beta release of the iPhone 2.0 firmware, and have already cracked it wide open before the official release date.
A cracker has downloaded a series of databases containing personal information on Harvard University applicants and made the files available to all via BitTorrent.
The Japanese Ministry of Trade is asking Apple to investigate reports that the popular iPod Nano is prone to overheating while charging that can cause the battery to ignite.
American retail behemoth Wal-Mart is to stop selling Everex's Linux-based Green PC in stores, although it will still be available on the company's website.
October 2 2019 | 17:10
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