The annual CMWS has come to a close and the winners announced!
With the 500D in pieces, it's time to rebuild it - Alex style.
16 cores, the fastest boost speed... high-end desktop performance on Socket AM4? Let's see if the Ryzen 9 3950X was worth waiting for.
Politicians are notoriously out of touch with the connected world that we live in. Is this acceptable? Alex Watson contemplates tubes, emails and political parties dedicated to the cause of piracy.
Google's CEO spoke publicly on Wednesday about his thoughts on AOL's slip-up: Governments are far more dangerous than AOL.
Google is now going to inform you if the website you have searched for hides malicious software. Surely a good thing.
In an effort to topple Microsoft and Apple's dominance over online media, an unholy alliance has been born. There is a great disturbance in the force...
Brad Smith, a Senior Vice President at Microsoft has outlined twelve core principles of Windows development at a luncheon meeting this week.
A group of security experts have discovered that Google can search inside EXE files, allowing them to search for malicious code.
No longer just a noun as the name of a popular website, Google is now a verb - I Google, you Google, he/she/it Googles.
Is Google's payment service a threat to Paypal? It would seem that Ebay thinks so, as it puts the new Google service on the non-accepted payments list.
Annoyed at the prospect of having its traffic throttled unless it coughs up a ransom, Google is petitioning US lawmakers to back net neutrality.
Retail versions will now not arrive until early 2007. Couple that with layoffs and lawsuits, and this hasn't been a good start to Bill's week.
Google has recently announced its online payments service, Google Checkout. The company has teamed up with CitiGroup Financial to deliver the service.
A new Cost-per-action scheme will see Google attempt to stamp out click fraud by paying for email addresses, lead forms and product purchases.
Microsoft is rolling out the latest version of its message client today, under the new 'Live' brand.
A blogger at the heart of the Vista team goes online to reveal all - could the problem be too much management?
Fancy location and context sensitive advertisements along with your internet reading? Say hello to Ebay...
Google is stepping up its antagonism of Microsoft by releasing a free, online spreadsheet programme to rival Excel.
The search engine giant conference calls with top financial bigwigs and gives the clearest denial yet that a browser is in the offing.
Google's number one rival is rolling out a new funky page layout based around customisation and a new clean design. Can it bump up Yahoo to become first-choice searching destination again?
Reports from the web suggest that Microsoft has been in discussions with Yahoo! about a possible acquisition.
Google has announced a programming contest, known as Code Jam, in a move to find Europe's most talented computer scientists.
Google has released a free version of the modder's designing friend, Sketchup. Now case hackers everywhere can plan their next work in intimate, 3D detail - for free!
Reporters Without Borders has obtained documents relating to a another case of a Chinese citizen being jailed for 'pro-democratic' organization where Yahoo! is the provider of their e-mails.
Australia's national security agency is recruiting a new wave of intelligence officers - by advertising through Google.
November 18 2019 | 09:00
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