Google outlines Android EC compliance measures
Will charge for its Android apps.
Will charge for its Android apps.
'Heartbroken by the passing', says Bill Gates.
H2O-C7 by jhanlon303 wins the bit-tech December 2008 Mod of the Month competition!
Two sets of new extreme memory hit the market from leading competitors. Is it all in the 'sinks or the hardware underneath?
Mozilla has released an update for the popular Firefox web browser which addresses several security flaws deemed 'critical'.
Ubisoft has announced plans to resuscitate Charles Cecil's Broken Sword games by bringing the originals to the Wii and DS.
3D Realms has gone another year without releasing Duke Nukem Forever, but is still teasing us with new images.
More than 28 separate video and computer games are being developed according to recent reports, with a full list within.
Google has added 3D building meshes for almost every structure in Manhattan to its Google Earth software - and the result is pretty darn impressive.
Nvidia has made a surprise revelation this afternoon: it now offers upgradeable notebook graphics drivers for download directly from its website.
A lawyer has successfully applied to the courts in Australia to have legal notice on a couple considered served when posted via a Facebook page.
Free Radical Design, the independant developer behind Haze and Timesplitters, has officially closed its doors today.
EA has released an official de-authorisation tool for Spore, while a Ubisoft patch corrects widescreen issues in Far Cry 2.
GOG.com, the cheap online gaming store for classic games, has announced it is giving away two free games to all account holders.
Gore Verbinski, director of Pirates of the Caribbean, has signed on to direct a movie based on Second Life.
It's been long and drawn out, but abit will finally shut its doors for good on December 31st 2008.
Western Digital has announced that it is in financial difficulties, and is to close two facilities and lay off around 2,500 workers along with other cost-cutting measures.
Microsoft has released a security bulletin detailing a major security hole in all versions of Internet Explorer, which allows for remote code execution - and there's no fix as yet.
Cyan Worlds has announced that the Myst-based MMO, Uru Live, will be going totally open source in the future.
In a further effort to reduce losses, Midway has closed its Austin studio, cancelled some more games and culled its workforce by 25 percent.
Electronic Arts may finally be taking advantage of the Valve's Steam platform it seems, with rumours that Spore is set for release starting to circulate.
The official Apple support forums are ablaze with users reporting problems with the latest build - 10.5.6 - of Mac OS X, ranging from hanging during installation to 'blue screening'.
XFX is now an official AMD partner and will produce ATI graphics cards starting from early 2009. The company will also remain an Nvidia partner as well.
We have learned from several anonymous tipsters that AMD has culled a large portion of its workforce at its UK headquarters in Frimley today.
Security firm Chapin Information Services has published the result of an investigation into the security of password management in popular web browsers - and it makes depressing reading.
Activision has released the current track list for the upcoming Guitar Hero spin-off, Guitar Hero: Metallica.
Sony and Media Molecule won't be happy this Christmas, with LittleBigPlanet not selling well in either the US or UK apparently.
A document from a lawsuit against Microsoft reveals that they may have known about disc problems all along.