A fix for a critical data-guzzling bug in Windows Home Server won't be made available until June 2008, a full six months after the problem was brought to Microsoft's attention.
A luckless traveller hoping to take his shiny new MacBook Air on a US domestic flight was subjected to scrutiny by TSA staff who refused to believe it was a real laptop.
Film studio Lionsgate Films has announced that it is to start including low-resolution duplicates of films on their DVD releases which can be transferred to iTunes and then to an iPod.
Research has shown that users with bigger monitors are up to 52 percent more productive.
Molecular Expressions specialises in microphotography, and has a fascinating gallery of artwork hidden in computer chips - artwork so small you need a microscope to see it.
The latest beta of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 8 has been with us for a while now, but sadly nobody seems to have told the Windows Update team about the release.
Apple's iPhone handset will soon officially support third-party applications via the new App Store, and corporate users will be able to sync with a Microsoft Exchange server.
A bored hacker has worked out a novel way of creating a real-time 3D rendering engine using nothing more than the Excel spreadsheet package from Microsoft.
An interesting marriage of a NAS drive with a basic Linux PC offers automated ripping of your music collection to a UPnP media server - no keyboard or mouse required.
Can't quite believe the news that the next version of IE will follow W3C standards? Now Microsoft has launched the public beta you can try it for yourself.
PC maker Dell has just launched an ultra-rugged mil-spec laptop, the XFR D630, which is clearly aimed at the same niche market as Panasonic's Toughbook.
Microsoft's next iteration of the Internet Explorer browser will default to rendering pages in a standards-compliant mode that rejects broken sites written for earlier versions.
A bored hacker has succeeded in cramming a command-line version of the Transmission BitTorrent client onto the iPhone. A useful app, or a waste of time?
Trent Reznor has officially launched Nine Inch Nails' latest album, and it's available in DRM-free digital formats for a nominal sum. But it's the added extras that are catching fans' attention...
Amazon has finally got around to shipping a Linux version of it's MP3 Download software.
Apple's new NAS-cum-WAP Time Capsule has been dismantled by early adopters and it appears that the drive isn't as 'server-grade' as Apple claimed.
A security researcher and Mac fan has discovered that the latest Apple operating system keeps plain-text copies of user passwords in RAM with no security at all.
PC maker Elonex has revealed details of its sub-£100 ultraportable Linux notebook, and you might be surprised how much system you get for your money.
In a Los Angeles event hosted by Tom Brokaw, Microsoft officially launched its trio of new server products: Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008, and Visual Studio 2008.
The Australian government has announced trials of a new ISP-level filtering system designed to prevent access to pornography online - and it's going to be mandatory.
Search giant Google is to join six other companies in a project to lay a 6,200 mile undersea cable joining the USA and Japan and capable of carrying 4.8Tb/s.
Hardware hacker guryhwa has successfully replaced the built-in Celeron 900MHz processor in his Eee PC 701 with a much beefier 1.2GHz Pentium-M unit for a nice speed boost.
Japan launched a satellite on Saturday which it hopes holds the key to offering 1.2Gb/s Internet connectivity.
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