Intel warns of Foreshadow CPU vulnerability family
Yes, another one.
Still aiming at the enterprise.
Is your G5 iMac too hot to handle? One user was overheating after 40 minutes with CPU temps exceeding 76C / 170F. His solution ain't pretty, but worked a treat.
The Bit Torrent creator is in San Francisco for talks with major players in the media industry about turning the client into a legitimate enterprise.
Finally ditching the one-button madness, Apple have a new mouse with four buttons and a multi-directional scroll wheel.
Ritual have started talking about the pricing for the Sin episodes, to be downloadable via Steam. It's good news, folks...
A group of hackers has blitzed their own world record by sending a wifi signal 125 miles!
NVIDIA's GeForce 7800 GTX has been a success so far, while ATI have been in a spot of bother with several products in free fall. How long will it be before we see a competitor for NVIDIA's current flagship part?
The gagging order hasn't worked, and details of the Cisco router flaw spreads.
A spy shot leaked over the weekend has revealed a tiny keyboard accessory for the Xbox 360 controller; the Eye Toy rival webcam is also unmasked.
Vaja have got a new range of full-leather PSP cases. Like everything else Vaja, they're absolutely gorgeous. Paris Hilton alert?
A Microsoft exec has let slip that Longhorn is hitting in next year's holiday season, departing from the party line.
Sony are hatching plans to foil Microsoft's launch of Xbox 360 this November by slashing the price of the slim, second generation PlayStation 2 to as little as £60 / $100.
An ex employee of Internet Security Systems has agreed to keep quiet about flaws in Cisco routers - after pressure from the network equipment supremo.
Now that Tiny has gone belly-up, customers with outstanding orders are unlikely to get their money back.
In desperate need of a WiFi connection at their favourite coffee house, Rob Flickenger and his mates devises a cunning stealth mod, hiding an Access Point inside a lamp.
Challenge 17-year old Brice Mellon to a game of Soul Caliber 2 at your peril - he can beat you even with his back turned. But Brice isn't showboating - it doesn't matter which way he faces, because he is blind.
Little old lady from NY sues after Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas sex scandal.
Mobile phone companies and the LTA are warning over a 'hoax' security info email doing the rounds.
Penny Arcade fans surprised all, snapping up US$40,000 worth of merchandise in under half an hour when a new Limited Edition print went on sale on Think Geek. More swag is planned.
Microsoft lock down the pirates with its latest anti-piracy scheme, known as Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage Scheme.
The company responsible for both the Time and Tiny computer brands has closed all it's High Street stores.
People who illegally share music files online are also big spenders on legal music downloads, research suggests.
The man behind Pretty Good Privacy, the public key encryption system many use to routinely encrypt their email, is to wave his cryptographic wand over VoIP communications.
AMD have yet to announce any new additions to the Athlon 64 X2 line up, but an American etailer has listed cheaper versions of the X2 already...
Apple's consumer products get a revamp, with faster specs all round. Think you could fancy a bite? We've got the juicy details.
Details of preloaded video and audio on the Xbox 360's hard drive, plus what's going to be in the box and what you'll have to buy separately.
Graphics giant ASUS have unveiled their newest zero-noise graphics cooling solution, dubbed SilentCool Technology, featuring a rotatable, heatpipe-fed copper radiator.