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Fan projects hit by DMCA.
Not a typo: £4. For a PC.
US bookseller Barnes & Noble has pulled Linux Format from shelves over a controversial 'Learn to Hack' article.
We've had a clear out here at CPC HQ and are offering you the chance to fill any gaps in your collection
Digital edition of Custom PC magazine available right now!
Google is set to launch a new interface to its news aggregation service dubbed Flipper, which offers a more visual, magazine-style layout.
The guys who brought us the Nabaztag come up with a novel way to bring magazines into the 21st Century, via an RFID tag.
Well colour us smug, but our paper based brethren are having a tough old time of it it seems. Not only has EGM been closed, but Hardcore Gamer is for sale.
Google has teamed up with Life to offer a searchable archive of every cover and many photographs from its magazines stretching right throughout its history.
Ziff Davis has announced that PC Magazine is to cease distribution of its printed edition and instead concentrate solely on its on-line endeavours.
1Up's Simon Cox has spoken out on the decline of games magazines, commenting that the medium as a whole may face extinction.
Advertiser pressure becomes more of an issue after EGM reveals three publishers who no longer back the mag after negative reviews.
The editor of Wired magazine devised a code that scanned through the Myspace directory searching for registered sex offenders. What he discovered was truly shocking...
The worlds of print IT publishing and web IT publishing are still pretty divided. Find out what we're doing at bit-tech to pull together the best of both worlds to give you a better read.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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