Great - another bug that lets "1337 H4x0r5" take over your pc via IE. Don't look smug FF users - it affects you too...
"I thought it was a joke website" says sorry dude in his defence - but ends up losing job after coming clean.
Mozilla have admitted that there is a flaw in FF 1.5, but Dino is playing down the issue, "As it's very easy to fix..."
Creative has just launched a new version of it's Zen audio / video players - they seem to have a decidedly Granny Smith flavour...
Intel have been working with Brit company Qinetiq, brewing up new, faster chip compounds
Redmond sounds the alarm as malware in the shape of stealth rootkits batters SP2 users
Wikipedia is tightening submission rules after complaints - but is it too little, too late?
Apple is being sued over iPod nano scratches. Meanwhile, no surprise what the most popular iPod video download has been so far.
Warner Brothers doesn't jump camp from HD DVD, but is at least sticking a foot over the Blu-ray line.
Cities offering WiFi along with electricity? Might be a good principal, but businesses are getting annoyed. Would you have advertising in your WiFi?
Contrary to the stance that the EU has, Nominet, the UK company that has dibs to the .uk domain is sticking up for the US in the ongoing scrap over who manages and regulates the Internet.
Up, up and away, in our beautiful broadband balloon. WiFi like Pie in the Sky. Hi-fly WiFi. Etc etc.
Sky is expected to buy out Easynet, in a bid to move from being an exclusively satellite provider. Cable companies run, hide in corner, cry.
John Carmack's Armadillo Aerospace is to launch a vehicle in the annual X-Prize. Gates to Hell on stand-by.
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition. Certainly not Sony, although they have cheesed off a lot of Spanish Catholics.
According to the Wall Street Journal, freebie VoIP specialists Skype face a possible multi-billion dollar take over from auction giant eBay.
A human-rights group is calling for action over claims Yahoo is 'cheerfully sacrificing human rights in return for a cut of the Chinese market'. That's not cool, man.
Finally the Google vs Microsoft bout kicks off - lawyers representing both companies have rolled their sleeves up to fight it out over Kai-Fu Lee - a former Microsoft employee.
The war between the next generation standards continues. Samsung has announced that they'll produce a dual format DVD machine that is capable of playing both Blu-ray and HD DVD formats if no agreement can be reached.
PC Power come back with another ridiculously powerful power supply that can deliver a continuous 1000W and peak at nearly 1100W.
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...
Microsoft looks to be ramping up it's involvement in the VoIP arena after purchasing Internet Telephony outfit Teleo.
After all of the delays, false starts and conflicting info, is the iTunes phone finally going to see the light?
November 13 2019 | 09:50
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