Do you like big, stompy battle-bots? You do? You could be the proud owner of one, if you have a spare $40K...
Mobile phones are to have their own domain name after ICANN approved it.
Californian Assemblyman takes pots shots at Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and the ESRB over alleged sexual content.
A German court has convicted Sven Jaschan of "Computer Sabotage", but is lenient in sentencing.
Ding dong, the witch is dead! If winning the 2012 Olympics wasn't reason to celebrate, then this is!
The trial of the German teenager who allegedly wrote the Sasser virus starts today
The first person to be convicted under legislation introduced to combat piracy has been given 140 hours community service
It's been a long time coming, but the much anticipated iTunes phone could see the light of day this week.
Thanks to it's lax file sharing laws, Sweden is often thought of as the illegal downloader's paradise. That's about to change.
Could be, after the Grokster ruling and the discovery of a pro-piracy spiel on his website
Arrr, Me 'arrties - The FBI and other Agencies engaged in boarding actions around the world to help eliminate online Pirates.
Fujitsu puts a new spin on perpendicular recording to achieve unheard of HDD data densities
DVD Jon just can't help himself. Google's Video Viewer is out for less than a day and already he's hacked it...
The long running dispute over the itunes.co.uk domain name rolls on, and is destined for the courts as Nominet gets served.
Indymedia should be getting used to losing servers to raids. Who is it this time? FBI? CIA? Nah - British Transport Police.
It's 4 years later than predicted by Mr Clarke, but the ISS is to get the first space based voice operated computer assistant. Hopefully it won't murder anyone...
A decision due in a key legal dispute between file sharing software developers and Hollywood could be handed down today.
The promise of quantum computing suddenly looks slimmer as experts run into a fundamental limit on data persistence.
Jack Kilby, Pioneer of the Integrated Circuit has passed away at the age of 81 after losing a brief fight with cancer.
Microsoft's Cambridge boffins are working on their own flavour of P2P. From the codename they've given it, it seems they wish to bury the opposition...
Israeli security researchers have uncovered a flaw that allows hackers to pair with Bluetooth equipped devices with out the owners knowledge.
The 2004 event was a less than stellar endorsement of robotic vehicles; This time DARPA's not taking any chances.
Transistors have been getting smaller and smaller ever since they where developed in the 50's. But researchers are now a step closer to the holy grail - single molecule transistors.
May 15 2020 | 11:00
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