AMD confirms CTS-Labs vulns, promises fixes
Downplays their severity.
Still no firm launch date, though.
3D Realms may be making a film version of Duke Nukem 3D according to comments by Max Payne producer Scott Faye.
EA has announced an intention to continue using the controversial SecurROM copy protection software with the upcoming Red Alert 3.
PGP and IBM have joined forces to launch a campaign to raise funds for Bletchley Park and the National Museum of Computing - both of which are in danger of being forgotten.
Telephone scammers have started to copy the tactics of law firm Davenport Lyons, accusing people of copyright infringement and demanding payment under threat of court action.
Far Cry 2 has just had an official release date announce, as well as details of the collector's edition version of the game.
EA may have thought their free petrol giveaway for Mercenaries 2 was a good idea, but the police thought otherwise.
Will Wright set out to make Spore as casual as possible apparently, preferring high volume of sales to critical acclaim.
The GeoEye-1 imaging satellite was launched on Friday, bearing Google's logo as the exclusive rights holder to use of its imagery for commercial mapping purposes.
Sony has issued a recall of several Vaio notebook models due to a "wiring problem" that can result in short-circuiting and localised overheating problems.
Intel has quietly introduced three new processors to its lineup that are designed to target different segments of the market.
If you're a fan of the old X-COM games then you'll be thrilled to know you can pick them up now off Steam.
Is Grand Theft Auto for the Wii on the cards? It seems likely after comments from Rockstar that they plan to continue working with Nintendo.
BBC Worldwide is to launch a music download service offering free streaming and paid-for downloading of sessions recorded by the licence fee funded BBC.
DDR3 at 800MHz or 1,066MHz with the option for a 1,333MHz OC, but CAS latencies are currently through the roof.
Figures from pro-filesharing site TorrentFreak show large numbers of individuals downloading copies of popular TV shows - even when there's a legitimate, free version.
Will Wright is big news right now, what with Spore being released tomorrow, but now he talks about what he has planned next.
Funcom has confirmed that the Xbox 360 version of the Age of Conan MMO is still very much in development and set for a 2009 release.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has purchased Samsung's share of the Symbian mobile platform rights for $410 million as part of a plan to release it under an open-source licence.
Fancy something a little different? MSI has called on its German buddies to watercool and overclock its GTX280 with a new HydroGen product.
Platform exclusives are no longer as important as they once were, say Sony and Microsoft in recent interviews.
Peter Molyneux has oddly decided to go ahead and review his own game even though it isn't released yet, setting a precedent for other developers...
Google has taken the next logical step in its plans to conquer the Internet, with the beta launch of an open-source standards-compliant browser dubbed Chrome.
Comments by Adam Savage at a conference tell the tale of a planned RFID-busting episode which was cancelled following legal leanings from credit card companies.
AMD has announced its latest round of desktop processor price cuts. Pick up a high clocked quad-core for a little over £100!
Microsoft is to take a leaf out of Apple's book with the planned launch of a Windows Mobile application store dubbed "Skymarket".
The Pandora, a new handheld console targetted at coders and homebrew fans, has finally been dated and priced.