AMD has announced plans to cull ten percent of its global workforce in response to slower than expected sales across its entire product range.
The US Environmental Protection Agency is holding a meeting today to discuss the draft edition of the new Energy Star 5.0 energy efficiency rating system.
Toshiba, fresh from defeat in the HD format war, has announced the worlds smallest TrueHD camera head, weighing just 65g.
Adobe has announced that the next version of Creative Suite applications will have 64-bit support - but only on Windows.
A Swedish startup has developed a mobile phone base station which runs primarily on solar and wind energy, aimed at developing nations.
Microsoft is due to announce some time this week the extended availability of their Windows XP operating system, and it's all thanks to devices like the Asus Eee PC.
The Norwegian Consumer Council has issued a statement telling ISP customers not to admit to copyright infringement.
Microsoft's Office Open XML document format has been given the ISO stamp of approval as an official international standard, much to the dismay of fans of rival ODF.
In an effort to stem the tide of feedback selling which has been going on since about a week after the site launched, eBay has moved to prevent the auctioning of digital downloads.
Search giant Google has introduced a clever hack allowing its web-based office suite Google Docs to be accessed whilst you're disconnected from the Internet.
A BitTorrent tracker aimed at distributing freely-available files - mostly licensed via Creative Commons - has re-launched itself in beta format, but there's not a lot to see just yet.
BitTorrent search engine TorrentSpy has voluntarily shut up shop ahead of a court ruling that would force it to reveal personally identifiable information about its users.
Security researchers have uncovered some worrying flaws in Apple's Safari browser, both on MacOS X and Windows.
ISP Virgin Media and the British Phonographic Institute have joined forces to implement a three-strikes policy which will see sharers of copyright content disconnected.
Record house Sony BMG has been caught red-handed with pirated copies of Windows administration tools installed on their servers.
Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney claims that Apple has ordered ten million second-gen iPhones equipped with 3G connectivity.
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.
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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