Valhalla represents another step forward in Assassin's Creed's increasingly excellent run of games.
This surprisingly impressive cyberpunk shooter will tide you over between now and Cyberpunk 2077.
Watch Dogs heads to the shores of Blighty. But does it Rule Britannia or is it simply not cricket?
It's to ease bandwidth usage
Fixes a bandwidth bug, too.
Major bandwidth savings ahead.
Headphone-like technology leads to 400Gb/s links.
EE is doubling the bandwidth on its 4G network, starting with 10 UK cities.
Google has announced plans to launch a trial fibre-to-the-home service which will see the search and advertising giant offering 1Gb/s Internet connections to home users.
Will ATI up its memory bus to 384-bit for its forthcoming RV870 GPU design?
Gigabyte has primed its GA-EP45-UD3R Ultra Durable 3 motherboard for some hefty overclocking and claims serious DDR2 memory performance. Naturally curiosity got the better of us so we had to check it out!
Figures released by network equipment vendor Sandvine yesterday show peer-to-peer networking accounting for almost half of overall US Internet traffic.
India is due to get a 15,000 kilometre fibre-optic connection to the UK with a capacity of 3.84 terabits and connection points in a further eleven countries.
Smaller ISPs in Canada are finding that their wholesale connections are being 'managed' due to changes made by Bell Canada to shape P2P traffic without consent.
In a bill presented to the House of Representatives recently, Ed Markey is hoping to legislate the nasty practice of bandwidth throttling away.
Intel's enthusiast-orientated X38 chipset arrives later this month - we have a first look at Gigabyte's top of the range DDR3-based GA-X38T-DQ6 motherboard to see how things are progressing.
UPDATED! The BBC iPlayer which offers on-demand online TV has come under fire for being a massive bandwidth hog. Also, pictures of Bindi!
COMPUTEX 2007: Tim may have found Corsair's 2000MHz DDR3 at Computex, but it's still slower than what TeamGroup had on offer!
The date is unknown, the place is wherever and the person could be anyone. With a description that vague you just HAVE to read it!
Did you hear the one about the Email Server, The Bandwidth and the disgruntled IT Admin?
Concerned about the propagation of Email viruses? Maybe it's not the users who need to wise up.
November 6 2020 | 17:30
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