Engadget claims to have received pictures of Hewlett Packard's new Eee PC killer, the 2133. If the images are real, it's looking mighty fine so far.
Hiroshi Terada has filed a patent in the US for a series of technologies allowing digital SLR cameras to take video footage just like the point-n-shoots.
Fuel-cell start-up Angstrom Power has demoed a modified Motorola handset running on a hydrogen-based fuel cell that is charged using standard tap water.
It is rumoured that the BBC is to team up with Apple to distribute TV shows via the iTunes Store platform as a supplement to its own iPlayer service.
Graphics card maker Nvidia has announced a prototype mobile handset based around its new APX 2500 multimedia processor, and it can play 720p HD video.
If you use wireless networks in a busy area you could probably do with a spectrum analyser, and hacker Jason Hecker has designed just what you're after.
R.E.M. is encouraging fans to download open-source licensed versions of its music videos and to remix them for distribution via YouTube.
In a bill presented to the House of Representatives recently, Ed Markey is hoping to legislate the nasty practice of bandwidth throttling away.
Police in Auckland yesterday spent half an hour grilling a Geocacher over a suspicious package hidden by a handrail on Mayoral Drive.
US mobile telco Sprint has announced plans to start selling a portable WiFi-to-3G router as of 1st March this year. Sadly, it's not as portable as it sounds.
The latest project from the guys who brought you BugMeNot is a system to convert PDF files into streamable Flash on the fly as a way around security issues in the format.
Research carried out by RISE Security shows that the popular Eee PC is vulnerable to attack via an outdated copy of the Samba package that is activated by default.
The first service pack for Windows Vista was released to manufacturing last week, but is not yet available for download due to a problem whereby it can break certain drivers.
In an accidental posting to the Nokia Germany website the company has leaked full specifications for its upcoming N96 multimedia mobile phone.
iPhones running firmware versions 1.1.2 and 1.1.3 are now software-unlockable thanks to one programmers 24-hour marathon hacking session.
With its continuing struggle in the mobile phone market, Motorola is concentrating its efforts on second-generation WiMAX gear for end-users.
RIAA boss Cary Sherman would like to see anti-virus programs extended to scan for and prevent access to illicitly downloaded copyright materials on your PCs.
Now Symbian users can get in on the fun of turning their mobiles into portable Wifi-to-3G gateways thanks to JoikuSpot Light.
The latest version of open-source encryption program TrueCrypt now supports MacOS X systems as well as Linux and Windows, and comes with some lovely performance improvements.
Opera has released a few sneak glimpses at the new build of Opera Mobile, and it's looking pretty darn snazzy.
MediaSentry, an 'information gathering' company responsible for providing evidence against alleged file sharers, has been issued a 'cease and desist' notice by the state of Massachusetts.
Intel has announced new research leading to a doubling in the capacity of phase change memory, a technology many think will replace both flash and DRAM technologies.
Microsoft has announced a successful prosecution of a counterfeiting group allegedly responsible for 90 percent of fake MS products.
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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