The cat and mouse game between the hackers and the AACS Licensing Authority continues as the latest MKB v3 Processing Key is released onto the web.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Does Apple go around leaving doors open to its competitors?
iTunes 7.2 is out ... DRM-free tunes to follow shortly.
Quick! Come up with three good reasons to switch to a 64-bit desktop OS.
Can you build a decent PC on a budget of $500? Let's find out!
When you consider that Microsoft has poured half a billion dollars into the marketing of Windows Vista, you'd expect that the OEMs would be able to put together a credible campaign for the new OS.
This blog is attracting a lot of attention from hardcore Linux users - well, I now need your help. Let's get a little group project going that'll help some of those newbies to Linux who've bought an Ubuntu-powered Dell.
My guess is that the way to promote Linux is to give people a safe, secure and no-fuss way to try out different distros before committing to one.
Dell's finally lifted the lid on the Ubuntu line. Here are the details ...
Licensing discussions are underway which could see consumers being given the right to make a number of legitimate copies of HD DVD and Blu-ray movies. But is it too late for managed copying?