Valhalla represents another step forward in Assassin's Creed's increasingly excellent run of games.
This surprisingly impressive cyberpunk shooter will tide you over between now and Cyberpunk 2077.
Watch Dogs heads to the shores of Blighty. But does it Rule Britannia or is it simply not cricket?
Warns of 'ongoing and sustained risk'.
ICANN approves historical changes to the Internet domain name system.
ICANN, in conjunction with Montenegro-based registrar doMEn, has officially opened the doors for registration of .ME domains - the latest generic top-level domain.
The overseer of web domains has voted a second time to ban the XXX domain. Could we finally see an end to it?
A large group of purported hackers from Asia attacked the root indexing servers en masse last night. Did you notice? We didn't think so.
ICANN renegotiated its contract with the US Department of Commerce last week, in a move that left the world feeling a little better about an independent internet.
The US has awarded the contract for supervising the net to ICANN, keeping them in control of cyber-space. What does that mean for you at home?
ICANN has officially booted the adults-only domain off the radar. Is this really the right idea, or is ICANN sying away from political controversy?
It's not dead. It's just pining for the fijords. ICANN appears to have officially given the ICANT to the porn domain.
ICANN, the quasi-governmental agency, is to continue running the DNS for the web, after threats from European countries and China to cause aggravation.
According to Yahoo!, the US refuses to hand over the control of the internet to the UN. Ambassador David Gross thinks that it is unacceptable for the UN to take over the Internet's primary traffic and DNS routers.
ICANN becomes ICANT, saying the .xxx domain will have to have further regulation before getting the go-ahead.
The smutty top level domain approved by ICANN back in June has been put on hold, after concerns from Bush officials. (That's politicians, folks, not connoisseurs)
Mobile phones are to have their own domain name after ICANN approved it.
The new XXX top level domain has been labelled as obscene by net veterans. Surely thats the point?
November 6 2020 | 17:30
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