Review VR Spotlight: The Climb
To summit up.
'Arm truly is everywhere compute happens,' Vachani says.
Apple claims Samsung 'slavishly' ripped of the look and feel of its best selling products.
Electronic Arts has confirmed that Dragon Age: Origins will ship without SecuROM copy protection.
With Microsoft opening the beta of its next generation Windows 7 OS to the public, we put it up against the current standard of Vista x64 with Service Pack 1 to see what's new and how it compares in an early look at performance.
Hard Disk space: You can never have too much. At least, that's what Seagate is hoping with it's new range of stylish FreeAgent external hard disk drives. We take a look at the high end FreeAgent|XTreme 1TB and see there's more than just a solid drive behind the sleek exterior.
2K Games has just announced that the SecuROM anti-pirate software included in BioShock has now been completely removed.
Electronic Arts has listened to fans of Mass Effect and Spore. It has backed down from the draconian 10-day re-authentication DRM method.
Sony reckoned that the cards for the new Eye of Judgement PS3 card game were copy proof. Sony were wrong though and the cards apparently scan fine.
The BioShock Activation Revoke Tool has been officially released and should hopefully fix a lot of the copy protection problems that people have had with the game.
The MP3 is by far the most popular way to listen to music on your PC, but it's not the best way. We have a look at lossless audio and explain how to get the most out of your music.
Ken Levine, BioShock's Lead Designer, has said that the game's online activation will be removed in the future.
UPDATED! I hate Securom. You hate Securom. 2K now looks like it may finally be joining the crowd after Ken Levine promises to get it sorted out. Meanwhile, Steam claims to have already done so.
You asked me to investigate and now I've got the answers. The truth about the copy protection and widescreen issues in BioShock.
The AACS copy protection group has said that bloggers crossed the line this week when they posted the key that breaks the encryption on many HD DVD discs.
Steve Jobs has called on the major players in the recording industry to begin selling music online without DRM.
Jon Johansen, a hacker who's claim was helping to crack DVD encryption, has managed to reverse engineer Apple's FairPlay content protection system and his company plans to license the technology to Apple's competitors.