Half-Life is back! But how does the switch to VR stack up?
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Points to RSS feeds as an alternative.
Google sticks to its plan and pulls the plug on its RSS reader.
Google Reader may be shutting down but it looks like there will be plenty of alternatives to choose from.
Popular cloud-based RSS reader on death row.
Google has taken the wraps off its experimental new RSS interface, Reader Play - a highly visual system which is clearly aimed at touchscreen devices.
The Mozilla Foundation is injecting £1.49 million into a new company that will handle the development of Thunderbird and develop other email innovations.
Hack Day London is almost ruined by rain when a lightning strike opens all the skylights.
Microsoft has decided to defend its patent claims on RSS technology, stating that it "doesn't want to own it." Which begs the question, why file patents then?
Google's number one rival is rolling out a new funky page layout based around customisation and a new clean design. Can it bump up Yahoo to become first-choice searching destination again?
Sony have released (yet another) firmware for PSP - v2.60. This adds podcast, RSS and WMA support, but it isn't all good news.
Windows Live is a new service from Microsoft that brings together your personal desktop preferences and your favourite web content. We have the low-down.
Having reinstalled his PC, Chris Caines discovers the information underworld and secret handshakes his way into RSS.
Details of IE7 have hit the net. The browser sports new features including tabbed browsing and RSS integration.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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