Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Hewlett Packard has released updated firmware for certain LaserJet and Document Sender printers following a flaw that allows access to printed documents.
Valve has given a brief unveiling of Left 4 Dead's new Survival Mode, which looks to be just what you might expect.
Britain has overtaken Japan and become the world's second biggest market for computer game systems and software.
Capcom has announced Dead Rising 2, confirming the game for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC platforms.
Speaking regarding the EU's decision that Microsoft's browser bundling was an abuse of monopoly, architect Mike Connor claims that bundling Firefox is "not the right outcome."
BioWare's spiritual successor to Baldur's Gate 2 is exactly the type of thing we need to stave off those winter blues. With a PC-centric design and more scantily dressed elves than a Lord of the Rings fanfic, Dragon Age is definitely one of our most anticipated games this year.
Kaspersky - anti-virus and security software vendor - has had its website attacked by crackers, who have made off with a full copy of the company's database.
Ubisoft has announced a new hardcore update which will give an extra layer of difficulty to the game.
Bethesda has apparently delayed the next batch of downloadable content for Fallout 3, perhaps because of a new iPhone project.
AMD launches five new AM3 CPUs today complete with DDR3-1333 support, as well as backward compatability with DDR2.
Epic has apparently fixed the digital certificate problems which had been plaguing the PC release of Gears of War recently.
Nicholas Negroponte, founder of the One Laptop Per Child project, has announced that the technology behind its XO "$100 laptop" will be offered up as an open-source project.
The SSD arms race is hotting up, with the latest Samsung NAND flash based drives going toe to toe with Intel's high performance SSDs. We find out how the OCZ Apex 120GB, featuring dual disk controllers and quoted read speeds of 230MB/s write, fares.