Surrounded by controversy, the National Science Foundation is set to award IBM a contract to build the world's fastest supercomputer.
The unknown author of The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs has been ousted by NY Times writer.
Are you a fan of the Transformers? Then check out how Optimus Prime transforms into a PC thanks to PC modder John Magnus.
A team of Australian scientists have discovered that laser printers can be harmful to your health.
Another lawsuit is filed against Apple as Eight Mile Style sues for copyright infringement.
As consumers sit back and wait for a winner to emerge in the format wars, big corporations are now deciding for you.
Amid an ever increasing amount of lawsuits in the US, UK citizens are downloading more unauthorised music then ever before.
A German hacker who was scheduled to hold a teaching session at the Black Hat convention has been blocked from entering the US.
The first monitors to feature DisplayPort connections have been announced by Samsung.
The future life of The Jetsons is near as Moller has announced the beginning of production for its M200G skycar.
Denis Kvasov, the former owner of the now-defunct music site AllofMP3.com, faces a three year jail sentence and a fine of £258,000.
McAfee has created a 10-question test to see if your scam-detecting skills are up to par.
29,000 registered sex offenders have had their profiles removed from MySpace after receiving pressure from various state Attorney Generals.
You may have heard of Linux on a thumbdrive, but what about WinXP? Fred Langa over at InformationWeek walks through the steps of putting a bootable copy of Windows XP on your thumb drive.
If you fancy a long flight down under and you read this site, you should definitely check out Qantas. Internets will be available on all flights soon.
The USB Implementers Forum has certified the first six products to carry the Certified Wireless USB logo. Could Bluetooth be on the way out?
The world's fourth largest PC maker has said that the entire industry is disappointed with Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system.
Western Digital's new GreenPower family of hard drives will use up to 40 percent less energy.
A British teenage girl has been imprisoned for a fatal accident caused by sending a text message.
Ask.com has announced plans to give its users the ability to surf with a degree of anonymity later this year.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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