Firefox, Chrome confirm TLS 1.3 support
Less than a week after finalisation.
Aims to create free open results database.
Even as it faces a maximum ICO fine.
The iPhone and iPod Touch have been opened to developers, so a wealth of third party games and apps could be on the horizon.
Apparently, Sony could make the new 40GB PlayStation 3 do backwards compatibility through software it just doesn't want to.
After finding out that PowerDVD Ultra downsamples all audio from HD down to 48KHz/16-bit we contacted Cyberlink to get to the bottom of it all.
After an online petition signed by over 16,000 people demanded that BBC's iPlayer software was open to more systems than just Windows XP and Internet Explorer, it seems something will finally be done!
It looks like Sony is back with another rootkit after two years in the dark. This time the company's MicroVault USB thumb drives are the carriers.
Shut down the iPlayer? NEVER! Secret background processes continue to hog your Internet connection despite what you tell it to do.
Microsoft leaks some details of its new audio API support in the latest version of Direct X 10.1 SDK.
You thought Vista was already pretty bad having dozens of services secretly calling home? How about an advertising framework that uses contextual data from your PC? This new patent from Microsoft could make things a whole lot worse.
The new 80GB PS3 is confirmed to have 'limited backwards compatibility' thanks to a switch to the European software BC mode.
COMPUTEX 2007: The Asus Xonar D2 now features a few more lights, and a lot more product details. We grabbed some pics of the final product, its box and the low down of what goes on inside.
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Recently leaked figures show that in the first two weeks of sales Microsoft sold only 244 copies of Vista in the whole of China
IDF SPRING 2007: Hate the fact new motherboards are great until you turn them on, only to find they have a really poor BIOS? So do we and UEFI is set to change exactly that.
Web Reviews Roundup for the 12th of April 2007
In a bid to drag businesses into an era of personal communication and open coversations, Intel has released an online software suite including blogging and RSS components.
AMD and ATI have announced their intentions for unified development by 2008.
Microsoft has finally confirmed its plans to take on Apple in the portable media player market. The service will be known collectively as Zune.
Retail versions will now not arrive until early 2007. Couple that with layoffs and lawsuits, and this hasn't been a good start to Bill's week.
A class-action law suit has been filed regarding Microsoft's anti-piracy software, Windows Geniune Advantage, due to the information it takes from customer's systems. The law suit is very similar to the Sony rootkit debacle.