Making Crescent Moons.
Better second time around, right?
Double Fine knock it out the park with this masterful sequel.
A twenty-year-old in the US has been sentenced to five years of jail time for using people's computers as bots and profiting from their spyware infection.
A new bill would make the Vegas casinos very happy - it would ban Americans from gambling online. Is this a wise decision or a liberty too far?
Well, that pretty much sums it up. Some details on a new Mario and general dismay at the lack of UK news inside.
Step 1: Get computer. Step 2: Get phone line. Step 3: Convince yourself of massive alien cover up. Step 4: Hack in US Government Security systems. Step 5: Profit?
Sony's man in Europe has gone on the record about the PS3's price, and it doesn't look cheap.
A new bill before the US Congress favours the MPAA with proposed anti-copying restrictions on all digital video recording devices. This time the MPAA is aligning its sights in readiness to snipe PVR/DVR technologies.
Creative have launched a competitor to the iPod video, called the Zen Vision:M. They're not just after them in the stores though - there's talk of a lawsuit.
It's not dead. It's just pining for the fijords. ICANN appears to have officially given the ICANT to the porn domain.
ICANN, the quasi-governmental agency, is to continue running the DNS for the web, after threats from European countries and China to cause aggravation.
It seems that ATI will manage to ship the X1800XT before they said they would after all. One US retailer is expecting a shipment to arrive in stock during the course of the day.
Cities offering WiFi along with electricity? Might be a good principal, but businesses are getting annoyed. Would you have advertising in your WiFi?
The Government is trialling 'Active' RFID enabled numberplates. The US is looking on with interest...
Ding dong, the witch is dead. A US appeals court kills the controversial Broadcast Flag
September 22 2021 | 09:03
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