Latest from Adrian Kingsley-Hughes
The Canadian Private Copying Collective (CPCC) has a long history of trying to squeeze money from people by labeling them as criminals. It's tried slapping a 'you're a criminal' tax first on iPods (because everyone who owns an iPod is a thief), and then on ISPs (because we all know that internet connections are only ever uysed to steal).
Apple has approved a new app for the App Store that enables video recording on iPhone 3G/2G, a feature that wasn't officially supported by Apple until the iPhone 3GS.
For years I've been in search of the "ultimate" USB flash drive. Up until recently the capacities were too small or the prices too high, but now I've found three USB flash drives that come close to claiming the "ultimate" tag.
Eagle-eyed readers over on the XtremeSystems forum have spied the appearance of NVIDIA's GTX 580 on the ASUS website.
No, not THAT F-word! Or that one. And definitely not that other one you're thinking of! The F-word that I'm see increasingly being linked with Microsoft's latest Windows Phone 7 handset is "Failure." But can WP7 be called a failure so early on? Let's take a look at what we know and what we don't know.
The Worldwide Web Consortium (W3C) has unveiled the results of its first HTML5 conformance tests, and currently the most compatible browser is ... IE9.
The International Game Developers Association has sent an 'important advisory' to its members warning them to take care if they are planning to submit content to the Amazon Android App Store.
There's something crazy about a CEO of a multibillion dollar corporation telling people one thing, and then the company having to clear up the misstatement later.
Today sees NVIDIA debut its latest GPU - the GTX 570.