MSI's new premium £400 Z490 board certainly looks and feels ace but can it handle Intel's Core i9-10900K?
Rick examines Epic's latest tech-demo.
Great for gaming, not so great everywhere else.
Mozilla's John Lilly has confirmed that Firefox Mobile - codenamed Fennec - will be released on Nokia's Maemo, Google's Android, and Microsoft's Windows Mobile.
The Symbian Foundation has admitted to a failure of its digital signing process which lead to a botnet-creating malware package being signed as safe for install.
A Polish hacker has successfully installed a copy of Windows 3.1 on the Nokia N95 Symbian-based handset - complete with emulated mouse support.
Microsoft has launched a 'tagging' application for mobile 'phones, which scans specially encoded 2D barcodes in order to direct users to websites.
A security researcher has unveiled a simple attack that leaves Symbian S60 smartphone handsets unable to receive SMS or MMS messages until factory reset.
The latest build of the free mobile browser Opera Mini, version 4.2, has been released - and it brings some nice new features to the table along with Android support.
Adobe has released a preview version of a native 64-bit Flash Player binary for Linux, allowing users on 64-bit systems to use completely native binaries when browsing the web.
Opera has announced the release of a new beta for Opera Mobile, with newly-added support for Symbian handsets as well as existing Windows Mobile units.
Opera Software, creator of the popular Opera range of web browsers, has announced membership in the Nokia led Symbian Foundation.
Finnish mobile giant Nokia has announced plans to purchase all remaining rights to the Symbian mobile platform in order to release it under an open source licence.
Now Symbian users can get in on the fun of turning their mobiles into portable Wifi-to-3G gateways thanks to JoikuSpot Light.
EA has jumped into bed with Nokia with the hope of revolutionising mobile phone content and distribution. Here's the lowdown.
May 15 2020 | 11:00
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