Computer History Museum saves Eudora
Publishes under the BSD licence.
Show it once, it'll figure things out.
Will break again come Chrome 70.
The Mozilla Foundation has put the Wikimedia Foundation in charge of a $100,000 grant to improve the Ogg Theora and Vorbis media codecs.
Motorola has announced the closure of its Windows Mobile development centre in Florida, prompting speculation that it is ditching the platform in favour of Google's Android.
With Microsoft opening the beta of its next generation Windows 7 OS to the public, we put it up against the current standard of Vista x64 with Service Pack 1 to see what's new and how it compares in an early look at performance.
CES 2009: Ballmer's first CES keynote focused on Windows 7, Windows Live and some new developments in the world of Xbox 360.
With Microsoft making the Windows Vista Service Pack 2 beta available on Friday, we check out how the new service pack will likely perform when it's officially released next year.
Apple's App Store has beaten all expectations with the news that after just 142 days the service has reached 10,000 iPhone and iPod Touch applications.
Microsoft's Mike Nash has announced that Windows 7 will be known as Windows 7, which sparks a return to the good old days.
Adobe has released its Creative Suite 4 product family and includes GPU acceleration in Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere Pro.
Apple has released the latest update - 10.5.5 - to its 'Leopard' release of Mac OS X, and it brings with it some important security fixes for the OS.
At Nvision, we managed to sit in on Kevin Gee's introduction to DirectX 11 and since then, we've kept our ear to the ground. We've managed to gather a lot of insight into what Gee talked about from various sources inside the industry, so join us as we take a look at what makes DX11 tick.
We're in San Jose, USA at Nvision 2008 and are covering the event in detail to bring you all the latest goings on. If you don't want to wade through all the headlines though then here's a handy breakdown of all the coverage from the show. Updated regularly!
NVISION 2008: Nvidia and Pegasys have announced CUDA support for TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress and it delivers pretty big performance gains.
IDF FALL 2008: With the announcement of Visual Adrenaline, Intel will offer comprehensive support for game developers.
IDF FALL 2008: John Carmack spoke about multi-threading support in the new id Tech 5 engine during Renee James' software keynote at IDF.
IDF FALL 2008: Yahoo! is working with Intel to deliver an Internet experience on Intel's CE 3100 media processor.
Folding@home user builds forty six GPU folding farm, processing a mind blowing 265,200 point per day!
It seems like lots of people have been picking up Linux love since our Build Your Own Server article. So this time, Ken's back to bring it one step further - making your own home network router. Buckle up and get ready to dive into the world of iptables!
Cyberlink and Realtek have now fixed the audio downsampling problem that means you'll finally get full HD quality sound from Blu-ray discs.
COMPUTEX 2008: With the Eee in mind, Cyberlink has developed a media player for Linux and also showed off TV over Edge.
COMPUTEX 2008: Cyberlink is set to upgrade its portfolio of new TrueTheatre technologies to include video upscaling, noise reduction, image stabilisation and more.
During a meeting at Nvidia's HQ last week, Adobe revealed that Photoshop 'Next' will integrate GPU and Physics acceleration.
Tom Forsyth, a software engineer working on Intel's Larrabee project, has said that rasterisation is not dead. Larrabee's primary focus for graphics is rasterisation.
A report on the web suggests that Microsoft is preparing to release Windows XP Service Pack 3 to the public at the end of this month.