Spreads from mainframes to mobiles.
Vintage code public for the first time.
Kyle Hovey is documenting his homebrew 8-bit computer, built at the TTL level, and it's a fascinating read.
The Sinclair ZX Spectrum was launched 30 years ago today, kick-starting the home computing revolution.
A rare Apple-1 microcomputer, which kickstarted the PC revolution, has come up for auction.
Microsoft's Internet Explorer market share has dipped to an 11 year low.
The Mozilla Foundation has released a public beta of Firefox 3.6.4, designed to minimise crashing.
A company is planning on giving the old Amiga brand a shiny relaunch with a high-spec computer featuring a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and AmigaOS 4.
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.
Google Gears, the search giant's offline caching technology, is being redeveloped using the HTML 5 specification - potentially making it easier for third parties to implement.
Google has announced that it is to pay security researchers $500 per bug found in the Chrome or Chromium codebase - rising to $1,337 if the bug is particularly vexing.
The Mozilla Foundation has officially released Firefox 3.6, and there are some impressive new features both in the front-end and under the hood.
Google's Chrome has officially become the third most popular browser in the world, beating Apple's rival Safari browser into fourth place in December 2009.
An alpha build of Firefox 3.7 - the next-next gen browser from the Mozilla Foundation - includes support for Direct2D on Windows 7 and Vista, offloading rendering on to the GPU.