Village's scattershot scares results in an entertaining, if inconsistent, horror romp.
Offering silly yet sharp physics-based fracas' TABS is an unmitigated delight.
Valve had to make a second game, because it got a hole-in-one.
A new technology from TransGaming allows DirectX code to run on Mac OSX.
The Mac Pro has been unveiled and looks very tasty indeed. On top of that bombshell is news regarding Apple's next operating system, named Leopard.
Security firm Sophos says that the easiest way to avoid tomfoolery on your PC is to avoid using the PC. Get a Mac? Let's all go and buy three this afternoon, stunning advice.
The Wireless Laser Desktop for Mac looks basically the same as the Wireless Laser Desktop, except for some keyboard symbols. Tempted?
Apple Records loses out to Apple Computer, meaning that the iPod-maker can keep expanding into the music industry. Don't expect to see Sgt. Pepper's on iTunes any time soon!
The massive UK retailer is apparently wising up and employee some vaguely competent staff. Now they're selling MacBook Pros off the back of Windows XP, Boot Camp and 3DMark!
The MacBook Pro gets its bigger brother. A bigger screen, uprated processor and a little extra storage - a great mobile workstation, or a disappointing lost opportunity?
Macs can now run Windows, which means that the awesome MacBook Pro laptop can now play Counter-Strike. Can portable gamers happily buy a Mac now, safe in the knowledge that they'll never be without an AWP again?
Armed with a trusty set of Doom 3 timedemos, a group of Mac fanatics has set about comprehensively comparing the new Intel Core Duo Macs to older revisions - and to PCs - for gaming.
New software from the Mac-maker brings native Windows booting to the latest Intel-based Macs.
Not one, but two viruses have emerged for the Mac in the last week. Neither of them does anything particularly malicious, but the proof of concept might well spur on more destructive versions.
Today, we're having a look at an Evesham Home Theatre PC with a difference. It's as small and as cool as a Mac Mini, but will it be able to handle Windows Media Center Edition while remaining as quiet as the Mini? Read on to find out...
There are rumours that Intel Macs will launch at MacWorld in January, but Taiwanese sources are saying that they won't be available until June. Who knows? We have the speculation.
Forget Microsoft MCE: OSX could be the new media platform of choice, if recent speculation is to be believed.
Wil gets burgled, gets a new laptop and consequently discovers the joys of World of Warcraft. All your naked mages are belong to bit-tech.
There's all sorts of new information about Intel-powered Macs on the net this morning. We're rounding it up, sheepdog style...
Fed up with Microsoft? There is a new version of the free, open source office suite available for download on Mac, Windows and Linux.
Apple's financial results are the best ever - and Mac shipments aren't slowing down, despite the imminence of MacTels.
Cupertino lets slip the dogs of litigation, and demands that video of OSx86 is taken down from enthusiast sites.
Reports are starting to trickle in on what might be the last revision of the Powerbook before it goes Intel.
Apple's consumer products get a revamp, with faster specs all round. Think you could fancy a bite? We've got the juicy details.
Is dual-booting the killer app for the next generation of Macs, sporting Intel processors? Two chaps have already found an elegant solution using Linux as a boot loader.
The compactness of the Mac mini has found favour with car modders, who are integrating the tiny Apple into their dashboards, providing in-car iTunes, DVD, GPS and more.
May 5 2021 | 09:30
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