Review Rogue Trooper Redux review
The best third-person shooter based on a 2000 AD property from 2006 returns, but has it stood up to the test of time?
Shadow of War retains all that was great about the original but also makes the same mistakes.
Antec looks to start making a name for itself again in the case market - is the P110 Luce up to the task?
Decrypt data, inject content, the works.
Four and a half years into the making, Novell wins copyrights lawsuit over the Unix operating system.
You may have heard of Linux on a thumbdrive, but what about WinXP? Fred Langa over at InformationWeek walks through the steps of putting a bootable copy of Windows XP on your thumb drive.
You asked for it, you've got it. Ken Gypen is back with another Linux tutorial that builds on the last one, securing your ports and stripping out the bloat of your Ubuntu server.
Ubuntu's founder has officially put a stop to recent rumours saying that the distro is "next in line" for a deal with Microsoft.
Microsoft has moved Windows Home Server into Release Candidate stage. Will it be coming soon to a computer near you?
A lot has changed over 26 years - so why hasn't the way our computers boot? Brett Thomas takes a look at motherboards, Microsoft and transportation in the future as he questions the continued presence of the BIOS.
Have you wanted a full-functionality web-server, media host, bit-torrent client and NAS box, all fully remote-controlled? Want to build it out of spare parts? Well then...
ATI Catalyst gives a much needed performance improvement in OpenGL and also includes Catalyst Control Center: Linux Edition Version 1.0.
It's official - the animal kingdom of Ubuntu will be showing up on Dell's new Linux systems.
Microsoft will soon be announcing a version of XP for emerging nations at a price of just £1.50.
Many of our users have talked about wishing they could switch from Windows, but the overwhelming holdback has often been the gaming support. Is it really as bad as it seems? We talked to our local Linux guru Glider to set the record straight.
Be vewwy, vewwy quiet - we're hunting "bugs." Microsoft has fixed a "vulnerability" in the XBox 360 that could allow sneaky, horrible hackers to run bad things like Linux.
Linux users have been waiting a long time for this one - Dell will be selling both laptop and desktop PCs with the open-source OS pre-installed.
Microsoft's Steve Ballmer once again proves why he shouldn't be in front of the press. At a conference this week, he talked about the MS/Novell deal, and reaffirmed fears of open-source nuts everywhere.
Bought a laptop? Don't want to run Windows on it? You could get your money back if you stick to the terms of Microsoft's license agreement, as this chap did.
A new driver release for open source fans adds support for rendering the desktop using OpenGL, allowing for some fancy effects similar to what we see from Microsoft.
Microsoft is in discussion with Novell to offer "sales support and technology sharing" for Suse Linux.
A new technology from TransGaming allows DirectX code to run on Mac OSX.
There is a possibility that Linux will not adopt the new version of the GPL license, as Torvalds objects to new definitions.
Version LTS replaces the awesomely-named Breezy Badger as the latest distribution of the easy-install Linux software.
If you thought using Boot Camp to dual-boot Windows XP and Mac OSX, how about adding Linux as a third booting option? OnMac.net have hacked it.
What if copy protection could not be bypassed? We explore the free alternatives to the most popular programs used by many illegally. You might be surprised how much Windows, Office, Photoshop and others total up to and how capable some of their freebie replacements are.
Don is the man behind Intel's leading brand, Centrino, and its new digital home initiative - Viiv. We sat down to talk to the man that wants an Intel chip (or two) in every living room, covering topics including DRM and Linux.
Fed up with Microsoft? There is a new version of the free, open source office suite available for download on Mac, Windows and Linux.
How much do you think your PC is worth? If it's more than 2 years old, you might find Fry's $150 PC could be a cheap upgrade option. With a 2400+ Sempron processor, it's no slouch and is so cheap, it's almost disposable.
Like Linux? Hate the hassle of installation? Ubuntu is making waves as 'Linux for mere mortals', and its new release is out.
Weta Digital have boosted their render farm capacity by 50% with 250 new dual-Xeon IBM blade servers in order to complete post-production work on Peter Jackson's new US$150 million epic, King Kong.
Whilst I dodge and weave abuse from my Mac-loving colleagues, I delve into a world without Windows and wonder if I really can break out of the monotony of the Microsoft monopoly.
Thanks to DVD Jon, you won't be forced to use Windows Media Player if you wish to view NSC files. And lo, there was much rejoicing...
Want a Linux server? Don't want another box making noise in your room? How about a biometric USB stick with a PowerPC chip built in?
From the Forums: bit-tech Linux man finds that Wine is A-OK by WGA
Is dual-booting the killer app for the next generation of Macs, sporting Intel processors? Two chaps have already found an elegant solution using Linux as a boot loader.
Ever had the urge to broadcast your Double Kickflip Indy to all your mates? Skateboard enthusiast Michael Buffington builds a half-pipe with a difference.
Robotic choppers take to the air, thanks to a certain aquatic bird.