The MPAA has been caught red handed committing copyright infringement with its university toolkit. You gotta love the irony.
Users still clutching to their copy of Windows XP will be happy to find out that SP3 appears to bring a performance increase.
The first official beta of Firefox 3 is out. What does the internet think of it? Check inside for our web review roundup.
A new study conducted by US analyst firm Nemertes Research is predicting that we will clog up the Internet tubes by the year 2010. Oh noes!
Gamers might want to hold off before buying their next notebook - Nvidia just announced that the 8800M GPU is on the way.
AMD has finally launched its Spider platform and the Phenom line of processors to the masses. Fanboys rejoice by emptying their wallets.. providing you can find one.
Browsers of legitimate sites such as Canada.com and MLB.com may find an unpleasant surprise on the sites - a virus contained in the banner ads.
If you have purchased a Maxtor Basics Personal Storage 3200 since August 2007, then it's time to break out your antivirus.
XFX debuts its GeForce 8800 GT 256MB - it's just like the 8800 GT 512MB, but with less memory!
Dell's next 30 incher, the 3008WFP, is looking to satisfy all your input needs and will sport DisplayPort, HDMI and more.
The Enthusiast System Architecture is now upon us with the release of the Cosmos ESA from Cooler Master.
The day we have all been waiting for is finally here - Intel's first Penryn processor launches today with the Core 2 Extreme QX9650.
Foxconn's Mars motherboard is the first on the market to support the new 0.5 multiplier increments for Penryn processors.
Toshiba’s HD-A2 HD-DVD player has sold over 90,000 units this past weekend alone thanks to a sub-$100 price point at BestBuy and Walmart.
The free distribution method Radiohead employed in the release of its new album has announced results - free beats paying.
The Australian national science agency have displayed preliminary plans for a jacket capable of generating and storing power to run mobile devices from the body’s movement.
Lenovo has announced the ThinkStation line of workstations, and has released specifications on two models currently planned.
If you've been wanting the Optimus keyboard since it was first announced but can't afford the $1500 price tag, then good news for you. The keyboard now has a sub-$500 model on the way.
A Graffiti-like approach to passwords has been proposed to aid in system security by using unique images as passwords.
A Canadian-based IP firm called Wi-LAN has sued 22 companies, including manufacturers and retailers, for patent infringement.
MySpace and Google have teamed up on Google’s OpenSocial platform in order to reach an even wider user base.
Mozilla Labs has released software that integrates web applications into the desktop, allowing instance-specific control of particular web functions.
More problems are surfacing concerning Apple’s latest OS X upgrade, Leopard. This time firewalls are being disabled and computers left open to invasion.
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