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King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
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...
Google is developing an online payment system designed to go toe to toe with PayPal, the New York Times reports. The new service is rumoured to be called Google Wallet.
Windows hackers and security chiefs come together for safer 'sploiting.
Apple: shove your Dell logo up your ATX exhaust fan. (Probably).
Beyond3D gets intimate with the Xenos chip in the Xbox 360. If you can take 11 pages of hardcore tech, it's worth a read.
Fox and Universal appear to have come to an agreement with Microsoft that will see Halo: the movie hit alongside Halo 3.
Recent rumours suggested that Microsoft were about to release an updated version of Shader Model 3.0. Microsoft confirmed that they have no plans to update DirectX 9.0c with an extension for the rumoured Shader Model 3.0a.
Microsoft are on course to launch an all new and improved mobile email service that will compete directly with RIM's Blackberry handsets. It will automatically downloads email to the users mobile handset.
Guatemalan coder wins Excel patent infringment case, and Redmond is ordered to pay up.
It's nearly D-Day in the EU vs Redmond dispute, with Brussels on the verge of fining the company for non compliance in it's anti-trust case
The head of the Microsoft Xbox 360 team talks about pricepoint, Halo, and the awesomeness of wireless controllers.
In this week's column, Wil Harris discusses Intel's decision to introduce its dual core Pentium D processors at very affordable prices. It is becoming obvious that Intel is looking for new markets, and has the mainstream user in sight.
More embarrassment for Netscape - The latest version breaks XML in IE
ATI talks to us about the technology behind the Xbox 360, and reveals some interesting facts about the architecture and its comparisons to existing PC cards.
Even before Redmond can start its mandatory roll-out of the new anti-piracy policy, the system has been subverted.
Anandtech has some decent pictures of the Xbox 360 controller, as well as a look at the actual hardware and chassis design. Xbox Live also gets a hands-on evaluation.
Redmond is to preview it's new identity management system. Would a Passport by any other name sound so similar?
Microsoft have teamed up with the Industrial Designers Society of America to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Windows by holding a competition to design the PC of the Future; the total prize pool is US$125,000!
Microsoft talks about Windows Genuine Advantage, the new verify-your-legit-copy-of-Windows scheme that will be bugging your downloads for the forseeable future.
With NDAs expiring and MTVs blaring, the world's media have gone berserk with coverage of Microsoft's Xbox 360 launch.
In today's column, I examine how the technology behind the newly-announced Xbox 360 - the processor, graphics unit and system architecture - could have an impact on the PCs that we enthusiasts see on our desktops over the next couple of years.
Redmond is currently working on a more secure version of windows to be run on older hardware. Is this the return of the Network Computer?
Mr Frodo hosts a special XBOX 360 'event' on MTV tonight (US), which should give us the first confirmed looks of the new console
Google has released its new Web Accelerator software amidst controversy over privacy concerns.
Having switched from PC to Apple, Jason now finds himself short of a decent game for OSX
Is it me, or are we getting to the point of Software for Software's sake?
Microsoft still wants you to buy a whole new PC to get Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, but you don't necessarily have to anymore.
James' advice to you when you encounter free software from Microsoft is to run and hide – there will always be strings attached.
Watch out – the days of free MP3s and movies could soon be over. And that’s not all you might not be able to do with your PC in a few years time.
In his first column for bit-tech.net, former PC Pro editor James Morris asks whether we can get away from the marketing hype back to being interested in technology.