Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
All major browsers fall to researchers.
Security hole leads to information disclosure.
A large order for touchscreens implies that Amazon may be extending its range of handheld devices.
Adobe has released an emergency patch to fix a selection of security vulnerabilities.
Adobe is planning an out-of-cycle emergency patch to fix a serious flaw in its Reader package.
We take a look at this pocket sized eReader, which weighs in at just 150g. It has support for plenty of different formats, including ePub, but its cheap construction and high price made us think twice.
Asus has released images of its up-coming DR-950 eReader device, and it's looking gorgeous - although the 'in-the-wild' shots appear to be of a non-functional prototype.
Adobe's Acrobat PDF-maker and Reader PDF-viewer are under active attack by crackers exploiting an as-yet undetailed flaw in the software's security.
We've been looking for new ideas on memory coverage on bit-tech and last month we announced a competition asking your opinion.
Want to win some Core i7 triple channel memory? Just suggest to us how you'd like it reviewed!
Amazon's latest incarnation of its Kindle ebook reader introduces text-to-speech capabilities - but at least one publisher is claiming it violates copyright law.
We're doing things a little differently this year for our Game of the Year - we're giving you, our readers, the chance to vote for your favourite games of the year on PC and Console. Which game won your heart this year? Let us and the rest of the world know now!
We have teamed up with Dolby to seek out your views on the current state of sound technology in the PC industry.
The long-awaited support for Portable Document Format files in Google Docs has made an appearance, but it's limited in some strange ways.
We’ve been running the latest bit-tech.net Reader Survey for a little over a month now and it will soon be coming to a close. Here's your last chance to win some prizes.
It's been two years since our last reader survey and we're eager to make bit-tech an even better experience for you, our readers!
The Asus FrontLinker promises to be an all-in-one solution for your peripheral connectivity needs, but can it possibly live up to our expectations?