People are finding BitTorrent a less attractive place to share files, according to a new study.
Those that partake in Everquest II that want to get rid of a bit digital baggage can do so now - for real money, with Sony's blessing - thanks to SOE's auction site.
The Chinese government is reportedly trying to curb the number of hours it's citizens are racking up in online games.
Sony OK's a potentially groundbreaking deal that will allow Playlouder customer to legally share their Sony licensed music files with other customers.
Take a dash of hackery, and a smidgen of slipstreaming. Cook until tender on P2P. Serve on a bed of broadband and pirate bay plaudits.
Spyware is just something from the movies, right? A sizable portion of people believe that it's all a Phantom Menace, according to a new survey
Cupertino lets slip the dogs of litigation, and demands that video of OSx86 is taken down from enthusiast sites.
No patch for dodgey COM object; SANS institute concerned that "widespread malicious use of this vulnerability is imminent"
Japan: A man has been arrested on suspicion of mugging on-line gaming characters to pinch their virtual booty (err, loot...)
The latest flaw in Windows 2000 has triggered something of a Viral jihad amongst malware writers. Casualties include Caterpillar, The Financial Times, CNN and ABC News.
And that's exactly what happened when Henrico County sold off 4 year old G3 Mactops.
The Apple share price hit an all time high last Friday off the back of rumours of a Google / iTMS alliance.
The smutty top level domain approved by ICANN back in June has been put on hold, after concerns from Bush officials. (That's politicians, folks, not connoisseurs)
The genie is well and truly out of the bottle, as the x86 developer build of OSX spreads through torrent and other P2P sites
A dedicated (too dedicated!) Korean gamer has dropped dead after a marathon session of StarCraft.
Rockstar are being criticised once more - but not (for once) over hot beverages in GTA: SA. Their new game, "Bully" is causing a playground scrap...
The Government is trialling 'Active' RFID enabled numberplates. The US is looking on with interest...
From the Forums: bit-tech Linux man finds that Wine is A-OK by WGA
Researchers: It's behind you! Redmond: Oh no it isn't! Researchers: Oh yes it is! Repeat as neccesary...
Beta 1's out in the wild, and already the Hackers have been beavering away in the oily bits...
According to a posting on the Sony UK website, the Playstation 3 will support Apple's OSX.
iTunes is turning Japanese, I think iTunes is turning Japanese, I really think so...
A group of hackers has blitzed their own world record by sending a wifi signal 125 miles!
June 5 2020 | 17:45
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