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.
CES 2006: We've been looking at a PSU designed for smaller applications - is this the world's smallest PSU?
CES 2006: Voodoo PC is showing off a luxury system plated in 24K gold.
CES 2006: We have some spy shots of the internals of the Dell XPS 600 Renegade system that showcases NVIDIA's Quad SLI.
CES 2006: Despite making Windows Media Center the default choice for Viiv PCs, it seems the chip maker is more keen than ever to be seen as software and device-agnostic.
CES 2006: Intel wheels out the Hollywood big guns, as Tom Hanks, Danny DeVito and Morgan Freeman pitch up to support the new PC initiative.
CES 2006: A portable HDD with a video out? Looks like an easy way to share our content - we've got some details.
CES 2006: We go hunting for the coolest innovations in media at the show. Lightscribe, Blu-Ray and flash inside.
CES 2006: Intervideo are doing some cool stuff with media processing on Pocket PC and the desktop. We chat with the guys behind the software.
CES 2006: C-Media are showing off a cool wireless streaming audio device, as well as a voice-chat aggregator and USB phone.
CES 2006: Fancy taking all your applications, as well as your data, wherever you go? A new generation of flash drives will let you do just that.
CES 2006: Dell and NVIDIA are showcasing the first Quad SLI PC at CES in Las Vegas. This baby comes with 2GB of system memory, 2GB of video memory, four GPUs and four logical execution threads inside the CPU, just to add insult to injury...
CES 2006: During tomorrow's scheduled press conference, Google is set to make a number of exciting announcements. We have early details on a couple of those inside...
ASUS has announced its EN7800 GT TOP Silent. It should be available today and comes pre-overclocked. Details inside...
Ahead of CES, Intel has pulled the covers off its new branding programme. There's a new logo, Intel Inside is dead, and we have some promo photos from Vegas.
Is Microsoft running scared yet? A new PC from the searchsters could come in at under $200 using a Google OS.
A report in a Taiwanese newspaper suggests that Intel has signed a licensing agreement with Taiwanese audio codec specialist C-Media. Details of the agreement are light at the moment.
Digital Media Adapters are an important part of bringing the digital home to a wide range of consumers. VIIV is launching later this week, without DMA capabilities. It seems like they're a thing of the future for the time being...
First-generation DVD drives required the operating system to enforce region coding, which caused a number of problems with newer DVD drives. Microsoft will remove these problems in Windows Vista by dropping support for the older drives.
DDR and DDR2 might be more expensive by the second quarter of next year, as makers in the East contemplate lowering their production.
Looking to buy a dual-monitor setup? Wait two weeks and find out if Dell's Cinema Display rival, the 3007WFP, is worth a look. You can't argue with 2560x1600 from a single LCD.
Mac specialists Macally have developed a genius set of headphones which allows you to slot your iPod nano directly into them. The mTUNE-N is sure to be a hit.
ASUS has released an environmentally friendly notebook that features reduced Lead, Mercury and other nasties. At just 1.4KG, you could almost put it in your pocket.
Seagate, the world's leading hard drive manufacturer will buy Maxtor in a deal worth around $2 billion. It is said to save the two companies around $300 million in operating expenses after the first full year of integration.
The EU is set to impose a 14% import tariff on all LCD screens 19" and larger that are not produced in European Union countries. Only The Netherlands has imposed it thus far, but other countries will follow very soon.
Rumours surrounding an AGP-based Radeon X1000-series video card have been coming increasingly real over the last few weeks. Today, GECUBE has announced the world's first AGP Radeon X1000-series video cards.
UPDATED: Initially, it was thought that the group of technologies that come under the guise of Avivo would only work on ATI's Radeon X1000-series. We're hosting a version that is said to work on most, if not all video cards.