We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Get away with murder in this fantastic reverse-detective sim.
We break down the reveal of From Software's next fantasy RPG.
The popular virtualisation and emulation software for Windows XP is now being given away for free. More Linux, minimum hassle!
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.
Despite Microsoft employing 300 people to get it into line with EU rules, the European Union is about to up its fines for Microsoft to 3m Euros a day. How much do you think Member States will see back?
Microsoft has announced a new series of retro titles to be distributed on Xbox Live. Check out Frogger and Street Fighter 2!
There's a photo out - is it Microsoft's new portable player? Is it video? Is it a gaming device? Does it share music? Who knows.
Microsoft is switching off support for users of its legacy operating system today. Prepare for a whole bunch of hosed boxes!
Is Apple checking up on your Mac install, or is it just trying to keep your machine helpfully up to date?
Are we going to see a new version of the Xbox 360 with a digital output? New spy pics suggest so.
The software giants are embracing an open source document standard. Has hell frozen over or is it just a fantastic day for free love and free software?
Will Microsoft give you free versions of your iTunes songs to switch to its own integrated service and WiFi media player?
IGA is a firm which specialises in putting adverts in games. Intel thinks it could be onto a winner. Does in-game advertising bother you?
Not content with just one lawsuit, that mob known as the General Public are after Billy with a second, specifying the alleged details of the data that Windows Genuine Advantage collects about users.
Microsoft has dropped plans to track down pirated copies of Windows XP through its WGA anti-piracy tool, after a host of anger was directed at the software giant.
Retail versions will now not arrive until early 2007. Couple that with layoffs and lawsuits, and this hasn't been a good start to Bill's week.
French legalisation officials have passed a more lenient music DRM law designed to prevent unfair competition in the online music marketplace.
A class-action law suit has been filed regarding Microsoft's anti-piracy software, Windows Geniune Advantage, due to the information it takes from customer's systems. The law suit is very similar to the Sony rootkit debacle.
Microsoft is set to change the way that it does its Corporate Volume Licensing when Windows Vista is released. This is an attempt to crack down on pirated versions of the operating system.
Fed up of having separate accounts and programmes for IM, email, Skype, calendar, todo list, and all the rest? Microsoft might have the answer.
Go have a play with the latest version of Office - in your web browser. Who needs a desktop, eh?
You might as well stump up the cash now - the price ain't coming down. When the PS3 is $599, does it really matter?
In this edition - a banana keyboard, a Coke can cooler, a hard drive media player and more. Can't get by without your monthly dose of gadgets? Come and check out some pocket-change money spinners. w00t!
Microsoft's main man tells an American newspaper he likes to watch ripped content on YouTube. Golden.
June 18 2021 | 12:30
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