773 million credentials leaked in Collection #1 database
Troy Hunt adds to HIBP.
Troy Hunt adds to HIBP.
Confirms a 'Netflix for games' target.
Will ignore hardware encryption unless forced.
For fairly cold rooms, anyway.
From the Forums: bit-tech Linux man finds that Wine is A-OK by WGA
Researchers: It's behind you! Redmond: Oh no it isn't! Researchers: Oh yes it is! Repeat as neccesary...
CustomPC magazine is holding its Modfest 2005 competition at the Multiplay i25 LAN at the end of August. Get your modded case down there and win some kit!
Valve have revealed the "secret" content planned for Half Life 2: Lost Coast - a DVD-style Audio Commentary, revealing insights from the developers on various aspects of the game.
Beta 1's out in the wild, and already the Hackers have been beavering away in the oily bits...
According to a posting on the Sony UK website, the Playstation 3 will support Apple's OSX.
A US company has discovered that tourists and Segways make a pretty good combination. Why not cruise with some wheels?
MSI's new dual-core enabled motherboard claims to be able to do all sorts of shenanigans with DTS. We're interested.
Firefox goes pro, with a for-profit corporation announced to back up the goals of the existing foundation. Great progress, or a sell out?
Twentieth Century Fox have announced they will support the Blu-ray high definition format. Films will include Alien, Die Hard and X-Men series, and TV shows like 24, The Simpsons and Family Guy will appear.
iTunes is turning Japanese, I think iTunes is turning Japanese, I really think so...
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory finally gets support for Shader Model 2.0 - ATI fans can now rejoice with image quality that is likely to be more comparable with what is possible on NVIDIA hardware in this title.
F.E.A.R - are you ready for it? VU Games announce the beta and also the system requirements
Gifted with a free, yet ancient, Dell notebook, regular reader Megaglowz went to town on it, upgrading the internals and experimenting with a bling paint job.
Sources inside Taiwan motherboard manufacturers have revealed that Intel are to phase out i865 and i915 chipsets and leave the entry-level chipset arena.
Trigger happy Walmart employees have hinted that Xbox 360 will launch at US$299.99, as widely expected. But what of UK pricing? And will Xbox 360 games cost more than Xbox titles?
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.