We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
A delightfully gruesome monster power fantasy that doesn't quite live up to its potential.
Wireless RGB headset with surround sound for under £100. Any good?
The top-end version of the new Microsoft operating system requires drivers to be signed with a digital signature of the author. Will this increase security, or is it a 'nothing' measure?
The first Blu-Ray drives are coming into the UK - but only in PCs. Sony have plans to start adoption early - but will they get the rest of the machine appropriately decked out?
Heavyweights from Microsoft and Sony discuss the next-generation console war, including the best way to play online and the optimal way to bring a console to the market.
Sony have released (yet another) firmware for PSP - v2.60. This adds podcast, RSS and WMA support, but it isn't all good news.
The EFF has disected the 3000 word End User License Agreement that comes with the latest Sony audio CDs. It makes for hilarious reading.
Sony is installing malware-esque spy software along with its new CDs. Prepare to lose 2% of your CPU time forever.
Warner Brothers doesn't jump camp from HD DVD, but is at least sticking a foot over the Blu-ray line.
AMD has done the groundbreaking on its new Fab 36 facility in Dresden. Will extra chip-making capacity see AMD step up a gear in the processor wars?
Sony tries to steal some of Apple's thunder by launching LocationFreeTV for free video content once you've put down $1000 for the base unit.
Six Australian High Court judges have unanimously ruled that it is not illegal to install a mod chip in a console for the purposes of playing imported games. Pirated versions still naughty though.
Wednesday 12th October could be the day Apple unveil their latest must-have, rumoured to be called the iPod Video. Is it all smoke & mirrors by Apple CEO, Steve Jobs?
Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition. Certainly not Sony, although they have cheesed off a lot of Spanish Catholics.
Paramount Pictures is the first major studio to publicly announce support for both Blu-ray and HD DVD next generation media formats in the latest twist of The Format Wars. Will consumers be the ultimate casualties?
Chairman and CEO of Sony America, Sir Howard Stringer, has confirmed that the company plans to launch PlayStation 3 in Spring 2006, as expected. But will it be Japan-only or worldwide?
Sony issue a warning about a possible fire hazard with the adaptor for the slimline PS2. Xbox owners feel somewhat relieved.
The PSP has launched in the UK and has had record sales in its first week in stores. We have the details.
The Game Developer's Conference Europe has been underway this week. Sony has been talking about the PS3 and has revealed some new details.
Intel has sent a document to the court that counters the claims AMD has made about it so far. The gist - we don't need to cheat, we rock!
Just as DVD-R has replaced the CD-R, the 25GB Blu-ray BD-R is set to replace the DVD. We have details of Pioneer's first PC-based drive, the BRD-101A.
Sony OK's a potentially groundbreaking deal that will allow Playlouder customer to legally share their Sony licensed music files with other customers.
Momentum continues to gather behind Sony's Blu-ray, after Universal Music announced they will be supporting the format. Half the world's music will now be available on the new format, in theory.
In a move dumbfounding many, Sony are suing Hong Kong specialist exporter Lik-Sang.com for selling PSP handhelds to countries like the UK, where the official launch has been delayed by six months.
According to a posting on the Sony UK website, the Playstation 3 will support Apple's OSX.
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