Synology launches new Drive, Office, Moments packages
Claims deep-learning photo tech.
Claims deep-learning photo tech.
Payment processor innocent, it seems.
Roman 'der8auer' Hartung's latest design.
BitDefender has become the latest anti-virus vendor to issue an update which wipes important Windows system files, leaving customers' PCs unbootable.
Asus' latest LGA1366 Rampage has been let out the bag and we have pictures and motherboard specs.
A joint venture between Intel and Micron Technology has announced the first NAND flash chips based around a 25nm process - allowing for twice the capacity over existing 34nm chips.
Images that are reportedly from a new, slimmed down Xbox 360 have been leaked.
Mouse maker Razer has announced that it is designing a new mouse just for lefties.
Nvidia has released updated drivers for its graphics cards which fix an issue with fan speed control that caused some users to report graphical corruption and system instability.
Wearable Inc.'s AirStash turns any SD card into a WiFi media server, allowing up to five hours use via the internal battery - could it be the perfect iPad companion?
Qi Hardware has launched a $99, ultra-portable Linux-based handheld with an almost-full keyboard and the ability to boot custom operating systems - clearly a challenge to hackers.
Microsoft unveils seriously ambitious plans for the GPU it wants inside its new smartphones.
The Khronos Group has announced the latest version of its OpenGL cross-platform 3D standard, aimed at matching Direct3D 11's feature set.
As part of the compay's Fusion range, AMD has announced a low-power netbook chipset with integrated ATI graphics.
OCZ Technology has launched its first SSD to retail under $100 - the 32GB Onyx. The question remains - is it cheap enough for the storage space on offer?
With Apple's iPad device grabbing headlines, ARM's Roy Chen predicts "more than 50" slate-style devices hitting the market by the end of the year.
Un-named industry sources claim that Microsoft is accelerating its schedule for the release of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 - with a release before the end of the year likely.
Industry sources have hinted that Intel is set to release a portable, low-power version of its desktop dual-core Atom processors designed to bring multiprocessing to netbooks.
A small band of hackers on the GitHub code sharing site have resurrected an early release of NCSA Mosaic, the first graphical web browser ever released.
AMD has announced the launch of a competition, looking for suggestions on how to make best use of a 48-core server - with the winner getting a quartet of Magny-Cours chips.
Thermaltake has announced the launch of a new brand - Tt eSPORTS - with a trio of gaming peripherals.
Logitech has launched a pair of Harmony programmable remotes at CeBIT, both aimed at the budget end of the market.
Intel is putting its money where its mouth is with the launch of the Atom Million Dollar Development Fund, which aims to tempt devs into producing software for the Atom platform.
ARM has announced a partnership with AMD's fab spin-off Globalfoundries that will see the companies mass produce system-on-chip devices based around a 28nm process.
Google has announced it is to officially drop support for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 in its YouTube video streaming service from March this year.
The CompactFlash Association has unveiled the latest version of the memory card standard, which increases the addressable storage space to 144 petabytes.
An early version of Acer's Aspire One 532g netbook - powered by Nvidia's Ion 2 graphics - has been put through its paces, and the results are somewhat underwhelming.