Mozilla announces Firefox Test Pilot closure
Mozilla Labs not affected.
No longer NA, Europe exclusive.
Will pop temp files, caches in there too.
Folding@home user builds forty six GPU folding farm, processing a mind blowing 265,200 point per day!
Cyberlink and Realtek have now fixed the audio downsampling problem that means you'll finally get full HD quality sound from Blu-ray discs.
COMPUTEX 2008: With the Eee in mind, Cyberlink has developed a media player for Linux and also showed off TV over Edge.
COMPUTEX 2008: Cyberlink is set to upgrade its portfolio of new TrueTheatre technologies to include video upscaling, noise reduction, image stabilisation and more.
During a meeting at Nvidia's HQ last week, Adobe revealed that Photoshop 'Next' will integrate GPU and Physics acceleration.
Tom Forsyth, a software engineer working on Intel's Larrabee project, has said that rasterisation is not dead. Larrabee's primary focus for graphics is rasterisation.
A report on the web suggests that Microsoft is preparing to release Windows XP Service Pack 3 to the public at the end of this month.
Research firm Gartner has said that Microsoft's Windows operating system will collapse under its own weight if changes aren't made. This is bound to be controversial.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel's researchers talked about a new parallel programming model called Ct - it's designed to make threading exceptionally easy.
Internal Microsoft emails have revealed that Nvidia's drivers were responsible for 29 percent of crashes in Vista's early days.
With the demand for low-cost, fully web capable machines set to soar massively this year, could Windows XP be given another reprieve?
Microsoft has released the first Service Pack for Windows Vista. It's now available to download officially... and not just via registry hacks.
Firefox 3.0 beta 4 simultaneously shows jumps in Java performance, while lowering its memory footprint.
In our latest poll, we're keen to hear how much value you see in the elaborate bundles that come with some of today's graphics cards.
Microsoft has announced price cuts on some versions of Windows Vista. These will come into effect when SP1 sees a retail release later this year.
Internal Microsoft emails have revealed that the software giant lowered the Vista Capable requirements after caving in to pressure from Intel.
Jon Lech Johansen, the man famous for cracking the original DVD CSS encryption, has launched a new piece of software that can convert DRM'd media.
iPhones running firmware versions 1.1.2 and 1.1.3 are now software-unlockable thanks to one programmers 24-hour marathon hacking session.
AMD OverDrive, the multitool of overclocking software, finally gets a bit more official with the release of its own website.
Opera has released a few sneak glimpses at the new build of Opera Mobile, and it's looking pretty darn snazzy.
Microsoft has announced a successful prosecution of a counterfeiting group allegedly responsible for 90 percent of fake MS products.
Early design screenshots posted to the Mozilla Wiki offer a sneak peek at how the mobile phone-oriented version of popular open-source browser Firefox might look.
CES 2008: AMD has announced its Live! Ultra platform and the AMD Live! Explorer application for browsing music, photos and video.
CES 2008: Cyberlink is due to expand its online services and launch new features in 2008. We've got the details inside...
I know it's damn cold here in Blighty, but I didn't think I'd live to see the day when Sony BMG plans to drop DRM (and sell music through channels other than Apple's iTunes).
Security firm McAfee has unwittingly prevented users of its software from accessing large numbers of web sites thanks to a botched virus definition update.