Fancy an iMac for under 500 quid? The new education-focused iMac has a 17" display and a Core Duo processor.
AMD will discontinue its previous top-end socket to make way for AM2, but the king of budget will live on.
A new Cost-per-action scheme will see Google attempt to stamp out click fraud by paying for email addresses, lead forms and product purchases.
Fancy a 1TB PVR with HD-DVD recording ability? Toshiba is stepping up to the mark with a £2000 player. Dig out the wallet...
The two already have a manufacturing relationship but they have announced plans to create a hybrid device that could end the format wars.
Thinking about building your own 'bot to keep you company? Microsoft wants it to run a Windows OS. Just when you thought LEGO couldn't get more complicated...
Fed up with Firefox? Irritated with IE? Maybe you could try ogling at Opera, with the new release of the browser integrating torrents and widgets.
Another one in London and another in Manchester, as well as Southampton. Business opportunity or fanboy venue?
A Scottish university is starting a degree course in hacking, designed for those that want to become security pros.
Jobs' mob face a torrid time, as music fans protest against iTunes DRM, calling it 'defective by design'.
The world is over! Well not quite, but the times are certainly a-changing. Gates is off to do charitable works full time.
A blogger at the heart of the Vista team goes online to reveal all - could the problem be too much management?
With 21 vulnerabilities fixed with twelve patches, it's the heaviest update yet for users of Microsoft products.
Tom's has devised a rather decent 4GHz rig for £400. But can you do any better?
Fancy location and context sensitive advertisements along with your internet reading? Say hello to Ebay...
European countries are lining up to force Apple to open up its DRM scheme to players other than the iPod. Will Apple keep selling?
A conference in SanFran this week aims to promote links between the adult industry and videogame makers. Are we going to see more adult-themed MMOs?
Maybe not for the reason you're thinking of, sonny. iPods, mobile phones and game controllers are all being blamed for a year-on-year rise in RSI injuries.
The BBC is to begin trying out HDTV over digital terrestrial, meaning that we can enjoy HD programming without resorting to a Sky dish.
Has Microsoft messed up, or is this all part of a cunning plan? Vista is available for beta download to anyone with a Passport.
Those who have been annoyed by issues with crashing whilst saving and loading may have some form of demonic saviour, in the shape of a new PC and Xbox 360 patch.
A production mishap means that MacBooks are shipping with their air vents sealed up. Not good for those looking for a cool computing experience.
Google is stepping up its antagonism of Microsoft by releasing a free, online spreadsheet programme to rival Excel.
June 5 2020 | 17:45
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