Is Wube Software's factory-management game utterly brilliant, or merely fantastic?
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Pushing the Power ISA forward.
To deal with its 'competitive failings' Nokia announces a close partnership with Microsoft.
A team of chemists has developed a molecular switch which is the key to long-lasting batteries.
A group of researchers have developed a means of reducing the fire risk from lithium ion batteries.
A patent has emerged revealing that Sony may be ready to reintroduce backwards compatibility on the PlayStation 3.
Rumours have again surfaced that Sony is working to create a PSP phone system, with work set to start on the project very soon.
Pegasys announces a plug-in for TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress that takes advantage of Toshiba's SpursEngine chip.
Thomson and Leadtek have announced the production of discrete graphics cards based around Toshiba's Cell-based SpursEngine, aimed at high-definition video acceleration.
Rumours spreading across the 'net have T-Mobile ready to launch the HTC Dream smartphone, the first handset to run on Google's Linux-based Android platform.
Bioware, developers of Mass Effect and the Baldur's Gate games, is reportedly looking closely at the iPhone as a gaming platform.
Sony is once again rumoured to be working on developing a PlayStation branded mobile phone for gaming.
The latest TOP500 - a list covering the fastest supercomputers in the world - has been released, and there's a surprise entry at number one.
Ubisoft has continued to expand into eastern territories, buying up another development studio in India.
The European Union has given the go-ahead for airlines to install small mobile cells in their aircraft, allowing customers to make and receive phone calls whilst in the air.
Nokia has rebooted the N-Gage, relaunching it as a gaming service rather than a single platform.
A new BioShock game has been officially announced, but the news isn't as good as you might think unfortunately.
It seems like a bit of a waste of a perfectly good vintage console, but one modder has combined a Game and Watch with a phone for the ultimate accessory.
No, it's not a website that moves around: YouTube has launched a version of its popular web-streamery for mobile phones.
Anti-virus vendor Fortinet has issued a warning about a worm that spreads via MMS to phones running the Symbian S60 handset operating system.
The UK government is considering the introduction of RFID tags to monitor prisoners outside jail in order to free up more cells.
Stanford University researchers unveil a new nanotechnology that could herald the dawn of twenty-hour laptop batteries.
Rumours that Sony is making a PlayStation Phone have been circulating all day. Unfortunately, it's turned out to be a load of nonsense.
A new study from the Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine has found a possible link between WiFi devices and childhood autism.
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