NBC has teamed up with Fox to bring you Hulu - an ad supported way of watching some of your favourite tv shows and movies for free.
Google’s new social networking site, OpenSocial, is set to go live on Thursday. We have some of the details for you today.
Microsoft’s security report is in and it shows a decrease in vulnerabilities and removed malware in newer versions of software. I should hope so too!
Everything isn’t so shiny as Apple’s newly released OS X upgrade, Leopard, causes some computers to crash upon install andApple are clueless about how to solve it.
Possibly being the third largest computer manufacturer in the world, Acer's profits are on the rise. The company has posted a $90 million net profit for the third quarter of 2007.
Livestock provide the power needed to communities in India set to receive OLPC laptops, but production problems may delay system delivery.
The Seagate lawsuit about advertised space vs. actual space is over and customers are offered two choices: cash or free software.
Microsoft has won its battle against Google for claiming stake in Facebook. The social networking site is now valued at £7.3 billion thanks to a £117 million investment.
BenHeck creates an intriguing one-handed modular controller to be produced for the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3.
HDMI Licensing hopes to clear up some of the confusion surrounding the technology by issuing a series of new guidelines.
Verizon is bumping up the speed of its FIOS services to a whopping 20mb symmetrical connection.
Finally agreeing with the European Commission's antitrust findings, Microsoft has laid out two separate models for interoperability licensing to third party companies.
The piracy community takes another blow - TV-links.co.uk was shut down by British authorities late last week leaving only a few thousands torrent sites left to pick from.
The folks over at AMD saw an 18 percent increase in revenue during the third-quarter, however it still made a loss of $396 million.
With increasing broadband access and speeds, Adobe plans to make all of its products available through the web in the next decade.
In a surprising twist, Intel has posted a record £4.94 billion third-quarter revenue but decides to lay off 2,000 people before the end of the year.
Getting DRM-free music from the iTunes music store will now be slightly cheaper then it was before. Apple has dropped the iTunes Plus price to $0.99.
Corsair is offering up two new PSUs in 650W and 750W flavours. If modularity is a key purchasing factor for you though, you might want to look elsewhere.
Hitachi has plans to shrink heads in 2009. The company has announced its Current Perpendicular-to-the-Plane Giant Magneto-Resistive head technology. Say that three times fast!
Intel kicked off IDF Taiwan with a bang by introducing a new mobile quad-core CPU and two new mobile computing cooling technologies.
The International Trade Commission is investigating patent infringements in the manufacture of HDDs. The result could be a ban on hard drive imports for some brands.
A recent blog post by Mike Schroepfer reveals that a mobile version of the popular Firefox web browser is in the works.
Later today, Google Earth will get yet another new feature - YouTube videos about places visited in the programme.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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