773 million credentials leaked in Collection #1 database
Troy Hunt adds to HIBP.
Troy Hunt adds to HIBP.
Will ignore hardware encryption unless forced.
For fairly cold rooms, anyway.
After the meatiest power supply that money can buy? Tagan has just launched a new unit which is designed for NVIDIA's new Quad-SLI systems.
Following last week's launch of AGEIA's PhysX PPU, ASUS has announced they will be manufacturing a 256MB version. No one yet knows of the difference over BFG's 128MB PPU card.
Apple has released a firmware update for the iPod Nano and Video iPod that lets users limit the volume coming out through their device. I said it limits the volume. I SAID... nevermind.
Second-tier Taiwanese motherboard manufactuers are feeling the squeeze at the moment, as they're finding it increasingly hard to get hold of ULi southbridges to pair with the ATI RD580 northbridge.
Looking for some MCE system building inspiration? The guys in the Corsair labs have a few ideas that might get you a little closer to PVR nirvana.
In an interview with Fortune magazine in the US, Microsoft's top bod has given the strongest indication yet that it is going after Apple directly in the portable space.
Toshiba has delayed the release of its first next-generation DVD player to coincide with the availability of discs.
UPDATED: Do you think you've got what it takes to get the most out of your system? Why not join in bit-tech forums' overclocking competition? Read on for more details....
It seems like all stories come true in the end. Alienware is snapped up for an undisclosed fee by PC giant Dell.
Tagan was showing off it's TurboJet 900W unit at CeBIT. It's the only PSU certified for NVIDIA's Quad-SLI architecture.
The specifications of the imminent Athlon 64 X2 5000+ have accidentally been posted on the AMD website. We've got the low-down, possibly before the page is pulled-down.
Not content with having just the 7600 GT, NVIDIA is stepping up with yet another variant in its GeForce 7-series of products - we have the details.
GDC 2006: Alienware has begun taking orders for system featuring the AGEIA PhysX PPU physics card from today. Over 100 games said to be in development; Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter amongst first to support PPU.
Availability isn't quite as good as it could be, but it's not as bad as we first thought. The situation tells us that NVIDIA's partners are selling the cards by the bucket load, or NVIDIA is having yield issues with G71...
Korean memory giant Samsung has unveiled the world's first 32GB flash hard drive in Taipei. It is faster, lighter, more durable and uses less power than existing mini hard drives. The only catch is the price.
NVIDIA appears to have done the same with the 7900 as it did with the 7800 GTX 512MB - put a few units into stock at launch, then have an utter lack of products for the following weeks. Tut tut.
Warner has announced that its first wave of next-generation films won't now be released alongside the first player to support them.
NVIDIA gave some interesting tidbits on the company's next-generation G80 graphics processing unit at the Morgan Stanley Semiconductor & Systems Conference earlier this month. We discuss these statements...
The maker of a popular game criticises firm that owns the copy protection software, after they post links to the game on Torrent sites.
HD DVD drives will work just fine in Vista, but Microsoft has confessed that users may have to buy 3rd party plugins for movie playback. Is this Media Center all over again?
CeBIT 2006: DFI celebraded its 25th anniversary with a very special limited edition motherboard based on it's fantastic nF4-series motherboards. We have some details inside...
CeBIT 06: It's back to the future for desktop PCs, as a new design emerges that is strangely reminiscent of the home micro designs of yesteryear.
The 3D design package, a stalwart of hardcore case modders the world over, falls into the hands of the chaps from Mountain View. Details inside.
Valve has updated the results of its Steam user hardware survey. There are some stunning results inside, including a new graphics card champion!
How about a 32GB solid state drive in your notebook? Samsung has been showing off the prototype, and we have the details.
CeBIT 2006: Many of NVIDIA's motherboard partners were showing nForce 500-series mobos on their stands. All of the dual full bandwidth PCIe x16 boards had dual chip solutions.