Internet Explorer7 is almost done, and it will be pushed out to your XP system before the year is out.
Can you just imagine the bandwidth? If you thought being able to get 24Mb in England was cool, prepare for the French to make you insanely jealous.
Samsung has announced a 4GB flash driver specifically designed to work with Windows Vista and is designed to make the new OS 'lightning fast'.
BenQ has announced its FP421W monitor - the World's first true High Definition monitor. It's a 24" panel running at 1920x1200 and comes with a HDCP-compliant HDMI connector.
Ransomware is a relatively new malware that is becoming an increasingly bigger threat. It is also getting much harder to crack.
Apple has started selling episodes from popular TV series' on its iTunes store for $1.99 per episode.
The United States House of Representatives has approved a new bill which will imprison webmasters who lure youngsters to sexual websites by using words commonly used by children.
The .eu domain mask is under attack from domain name hoarders who have grabbed 74,000 .eu domain names.
Square Enix has repeatedly denied the existence of a sequel to Final Fantasy XI. However, a report has turned up on a respected gaming site suggesting otherwise.
You will soon be able to order your Dell notebook with super-fast wireless network connectivity. But will it work?
The Mozilla Foundation is offering you the chance to get your name into the Firefox source code. Will you go for a bit of browser-based fame?
The popular iTrip leads to the UK's communications regulator allowing the use of low-power FM transmitters by the general public.
Seven memory manufacturers are under pressure from the US, as accusations fly over price fixing.
In a speech at the Develop conference in Brighton, Peter Molyneux calls for 'better' games.
As the battle for browser share goes on, a new version of Firefox adds functionality and stability.
Users of the two messaging systems are now able to chat to each other as Microsoft and Yahoo get their love on.
Microsoft is taking a step back on the software front to help older Operating Systems to emulate Windows XP.
The UK government is set to ban the use of the 'standby' mode on electrical goods. The mighty switch is responsible for billions of tons of fuel in the UK.
Sony is under fire after releasing a PSP white ad in the Netherlands that was considered racist.
Prepared to pay a little extra to have digital copies of your movies? Universal launches a twenty quid DVD, WMV and portable movie package.
No longer just a noun as the name of a popular website, Google is now a verb - I Google, you Google, he/she/it Googles.
The UK's version of the RIAA is going after All Of MP3, seeking a court declaration that the site is illegal. Enforcing such a judgment would be harder.
Security firm Sophos says that the easiest way to avoid tomfoolery on your PC is to avoid using the PC. Get a Mac? Let's all go and buy three this afternoon, stunning advice.
November 18 2019 | 09:00
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