For the second time in under a month, AMD has quietly launched new processors. This time, it's in the Sempron and Athlon lineups.
Interpol has worked in conjunction with the German federal police to help unscramble the identity of a man wanted for child abuse.
Windows XP is getting a new service pack that includes not only a rollup of past hotfixes and patches, but new features as well.
DotAsia Registry is now accepting domain registrations from trademarks holders that wish to use use the .asia domain.
The rumours say that Google is working on a new mobile phone but analysts say differently. Could a new mobile OS be coming from Google labs?
According to the European HD DVD Promotional group, the introduction of the cheaper PS3 will not affect the format war - it's being fought out between stand-alone players.
The iPod Nano is a hot item - so hot, in fact, that it caught fire inside of a man's trouser pocket.
In a move that some might construe as being an attempt to gain back some precious market share, Microsoft is releasing an IE7 build to all Windows XP and Server 2003 users.
Sony is launching the previously rumoured 40GB PS3 in Europe - but it won't be backwards compatible with PS2 games.
If you're looking for a new keyboard, headset, or hybrid keyboard then Razer has you covered with its Lycosa, Piranha, and Belkin's n52te.
The recording industry has received another notch in its belt in the fight against file sharers - the jury has awarded damages to the record companies.
BT and FON have partnered up to help build the largest Wi-Fi community in the world but they need you to take part in order to make it grow.
Seeking to please computer users that have a system that's power ravenous, PC Power & Cooling has launched its Turbo-Cool 1200 PSU.
A recent crackdown on Internet scammers has uncovered over $2.1 billion in fake cheques.
In a revolutionary method, Radiohead is releasing its next album on the Internet for... well, you pick the price that you want to pay.
Following the rumours of Microsoft looking to invest in Facebook, Steve Ballmer is now saying that social networks are a fad.
The second generation of Zune has finally been announced - we have all the details inside.
The stealth update to Windows Update last month managed to break something - the ability to update Windows after using XP's recover feature.
Over 26,000 people have been sued by the RIAA. The vast majority have settled but Jammie Thomas is setting a precedent and taking it to a trial.
Just like we suggested at IDF, Intel will be launching the Core 2 Extreme QX9650 on November 12th.
After finally giving into the growing pressure from computer manufacturers and customers, Microsoft has decided to keep Windows XP available until June of next year.
Guys in the largest computer club at Washington State University are in need of a date. So much, in fact, that they're holding a nerd auction.
Recent tests performed by the ETC in Taiwan revealed that Gigabyte's GA-P35-DS3 mobo failed EMI testing regulations for the FCC and CE. It doesn't stop there though...
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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