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2K has fully explained how DRM will work for the upcoming BioShock 2.
HP has announced the donation of its Advanced File System to the open source community under the GNU General Public License, making it suitable for inclusion into Linux.
The World-Wide Web Consortium has released the first working draft for the next version of the HyperText Markup Language, and it's got some pretty nifty new features.
After critics damned Asus for not following the GPL agreement with the Eee PC's custom OS, Asus has owned up.
DeviceVM, the company that makes the embedded Linux on the Asus P5E3 Deluxe, has just released the source code to its software. We grilled the company to find out what it expects from this.
AMD hopes to increase the performance of future x86 based processors with the introduction of SSE5 on its "Bulldozer" line of CPU cores in 2009.
The ITU is warning all internet users against using the same username/password combination. It claims that most users will login with the same details on almost all sites and that the situation is ripe for fraudsters and criminals to attack.
Symantec has been taking aim at the beta of Windows Vista in an effort to show it's still security's top dog. But is it good to be so blunt on a beta? Columnist Brett Thomas doesn't think it's much more than bad marketing, and here's why.
A group of security experts have discovered that Google can search inside EXE files, allowing them to search for malicious code.
Google has announced a programming contest, known as Code Jam, in a move to find Europe's most talented computer scientists.
The gagging order hasn't worked, and details of the Cisco router flaw spreads.
One in ten UK websites fail to work properly when viewed in Firefox, according to a study of 100 leading consumer sites by web-testing firm SciVisum; bit-tech fully compliant
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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