10 Years On: Spore
Five-year run, £30.4m budget.
Adds FIDO2, WebAuthn support.
On the day of its release, even.
Little old lady from NY sues after Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas sex scandal.
Mobile phone companies and the LTA are warning over a 'hoax' security info email doing the rounds.
We try out Bet on Soldier, a new FPS that supports Shader Model 3 and the Ageia PhysX PPU. It sports a funky new gameplay mechanic based around betting, but is it any good? We give you our initial impressions of the game based on early code.
Penny Arcade fans surprised all, snapping up US$40,000 worth of merchandise in under half an hour when a new Limited Edition print went on sale on Think Geek. More swag is planned.
Microsoft lock down the pirates with its latest anti-piracy scheme, known as Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage Scheme.
The company responsible for both the Time and Tiny computer brands has closed all it's High Street stores.
People who illegally share music files online are also big spenders on legal music downloads, research suggests.
The man behind Pretty Good Privacy, the public key encryption system many use to routinely encrypt their email, is to wave his cryptographic wand over VoIP communications.
AMD have yet to announce any new additions to the Athlon 64 X2 line up, but an American etailer has listed cheaper versions of the X2 already...
Given technology is designed to make our lives easier, how often do you sit there pleading for something inanimate to work?
Apple's consumer products get a revamp, with faster specs all round. Think you could fancy a bite? We've got the juicy details.
Details of preloaded video and audio on the Xbox 360's hard drive, plus what's going to be in the box and what you'll have to buy separately.
Graphics giant ASUS have unveiled their newest zero-noise graphics cooling solution, dubbed SilentCool Technology, featuring a rotatable, heatpipe-fed copper radiator.
As part of Microsoft's WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage), All non security related updates to Windows will now require mandatory authentication
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.
The guys at Anandtech have got a Gigabyte CrossFire solution on the test bench, and have come up with some interesting scores...
If you haven't seen the sequel to one of the most original games ever, you're missing out. Black & White is back with improved gameplay and improved graphics. We have some new screenshots inside, as well as some info on the new gameplay features.
Desktop plug-in wizards Konfabulator plug into one of the biggest sites on the 'Net, Yahoo!
Stupified by shaders? Finding pixels perculiar and vertices vexing? Check out our guide to shaders, which will explain all the complex details in a nice and simple manner.
The latest Steam update has hints of more forthcoming content to feature alongside the Lost Coast. Speculation? We love it.
A small form factor machine from Biostar has tipped up on the web, with the specs revealing details of Nvidia's new integrated graphics platform.
Scan delivers a Media Center system... that looks like a toaster? Sporting a 3.2GHz Pentium 4 it could probably toast any food product you like, but it's also a capable media machine.
Mix and fade up to 30,000 songs using the Numark iDJ mixing console for iPod. Up to 120GB of rocking tunes? Let me hear you SCREAM!
Day of Defeat is being given a digital facelift with new models, textures, improved lighting and updated levels. We have two new screenshots, and news of Half-Life 2: Lost Coast.
Sony have finally blinked, demonstrating the first playable PS3 game, Mobile Suit Gundam, recently in Japan. Screenshots and video are available for download.
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.