VR bods partner for VirtualLink cable spec
Everything via USB Type-C.
OnLive has announced that it will launch its Cloud-base gaming service in the UK on 22 September 2011, at the Eurogamer Expo.
Virgin Media is to launch an unlimited music download service later this year and, as a result, will be clamping down on online piracy on its network.
Microsoft is planning to release a free anti-virus service that it says its employees are already testing in house.
Microsoft has made Service Pack 2 available for Windows Vista and Server 2008 - grab the installers within if you need 'em.
The group which represents ISPs in the UK, has rejected calls for them to cut off users who repeatedly share copyrighted material.
Windows Vista Service Pack 2 has been released to manufacturers, with a public release planned for later this quarter.
With Microsoft making the Windows Vista Service Pack 2 beta available on Friday, we check out how the new service pack will likely perform when it's officially released next year.
Following the collapse of Evesham Technology in 2007, a group of ex-employees have teamed up to offer support to former customers.
Microsoft has announced the release of Windows XP Service Pack 3. The release schedule follows the rumours circulating last week.
A report on the web suggests that Microsoft is preparing to release Windows XP Service Pack 3 to the public at the end of this month.
Windows Vista Service Pack 1 was released to the public last week and as we will be moving all of our test systems to SP1 over time, we felt it was necessary to put the new Service Pack under the microscope. Today we look at gaming performance across a range of titles.
Microsoft has released the first Service Pack for Windows Vista. It's now available to download officially... and not just via registry hacks.
The UK Government has drafted plans that would demand ISPs to ban users that illegally download music and films.
A Canadian ISP is trialling a new invasive service that currently lets users know about their current bandwidth use, however the possibilities this service could provide are a little more sinister.
We're heading for service pack city as Vista, XP and Office 2007 all get a tune up and a bit of spit 'n' polish.
John Lilly, Mozilla's Chief Operating Officer, estimates that Firefox has around 126 million monthly users... and probably more.
This morning Overclockers UK announced that it had appointed a new MD. We asked him how he plans to improve the company.
Joost has announced that its peer-to-peer Internet TV service is now ready for public consumption - the beta is now open to anyone.
Radio Shack has been a bit of a hot topic on the forums lately, so it's an amazing coincidence that the retail chain has just announced plans to sell computer games.
A recent survey has revealed that the UK's Internet service providers are not delivering the broadband speeds they're promising to punters.
The founder of Wikipedia has revealed some details on his community-developed Internet search service, which is set to hit the net late in 2007.
A recent court decision could stop service providers from changing their terms of service without fully notifying customers beforehand.
Mozilla's CEO has laid out three possible futures for Thunderbird, and is hoping that the community can choose the free email client's fate.
McAfee has created a 10-question test to see if your scam-detecting skills are up to par.
Microsoft has revealed that there will be no public beta for Windows Service Pack 1 this month. Instead, the public beta will happen "sometime this year".
The final version of Windows Vista Service Pack 1 may not be delivered by Microsoft until early on in 2008.
The latest round of leaked emails from Microsoft has revealed that the software giant has put Windows Vista Service Pack 1 on fast track.
EA has jumped into bed with Nokia with the hope of revolutionising mobile phone content and distribution. Here's the lowdown.
The Central Office of Information uploads some video clips to the popular sharing service, then discovers it doesn't have legal permission.
Google has compiled a massive list of downloadable books for free. Even those who are too lazy to walk to the library have no excuse not to read anymore.
Is Amazon out to create a service that rivals iTunes? It could well be.
Microsoft is taking a step back on the software front to help older Operating Systems to emulate Windows XP.
Prepared to pay a little extra to have digital copies of your movies? Universal launches a twenty quid DVD, WMV and portable movie package.
Industry rumours suggest that Sony will be launching PlayStation 3 in September along with an online games service known as PlayStation HUB.
Three gamers who coded their own server software in response to problems with Blizzard's Battle.net have lost their appeal against a ban on their work.