US ISP Verio has refused to remove a Website which allegedly shows DVD-cracking techniques.
Yesterday evening testers of Whistler received an e-mail concerning substantial changes being made to the UI, allowing users to change the look and feel of it.
During his election campaign, Dubya got great mileage out of Clinton's "troubles" - most notably over Monica Lewinsky - saying that when he was President he would give the Oval Office a darned good cleaning.
LinuxPPC, inc. is no longer in it for the money. The organisation, which became a company in 1997, is to become a non-profit operation.
STMicroelectronics said Q4 profits more than doubled thanks to demand from mobile phone makers. Net profit for the quarter rose to $462 million, up from $184 million for the period a year earlier.
Microsoft has blamed a lowly technician for a cock-up which almost completely blocked access to its Web sites for most users yesterday.
So farewell, then, the EV6 system bus, dropped from AMD's Hammer family of 64-bit processors, but not forgotten.
EverQuest players who tried to sell characters or in-game items, only to have their online auctions cancelled, are being invited to join a class action law suit against publisher Sony, writes Andrew Smith.
Unbelievable as it may seem, Letsbuyit has found someone daft enough to save it from bankruptcy for a coupla weeks.
This is funny. Rob Woolley has come up with a funny visual gag regarding Windows' legendary ability to make OSes that crash - and we bet you that when you see it, you'll wonder why you never thought it.
Computer Science professors have come out in support of the quarterly hackers magazine, 2600 Magazine, which is currently embroiled in a legal battle over DeCSS, a program that decrypts data on DVDs.
There are question marks today about the quality of services users can expect from Le Freeswerve's new 24/7 unmetered Net access service.
We were so appalled to find that you gained sys admin rights by entering "test" and "test" in the username, password boxes for Atari.com's admin site that we fired off an email to tech staff telling them to fix it.
Eidos issued a profit warning today, ahead of its results, due on February 28. The company said it would revise its sales and profits forecast downward "significantly" after poor sales in the US and delays to the release of three games.
Totalise has thrown off 900 Net users from its Ultimate Surf 24/7 unmetered service claiming they've abused the service.
UK Linux users fed up of waiting for Alcatel to get its act together and ship drivers that will let the open source OS talk to the SpeedTouch USB modem BT bundles with its home ADSL offering will soon have some alternatives to choose from.
US buyers spent more than $1 billion on palmtops last year, more than twice the $436 million they forked out in 1999.
You readers are a resourceful bunch. And so imagine our joy and surprise when Andrew Darling sent us one of his holiday snaps, featuring a lovely young blonde lady with a famous name.
HWRoundupDr Tom has taken a look at the latest instalment in the DDR Saga, DDR for the PIII in the form of the VIA Apollo Pro 266 mobo. Marketing nonsense or a sensible move? I don't want to spoil it, so just click here if this caught your attention.
The head of the SDMI - the music and IT industries' joint attempt to create a secure digital music distribution platform - has quit.
A college student has set up his own online survey to see what punters really think of ISPs.
TVT Records, home to Snoop Doggy Dogg and Nine Inch Nails, has dropped its estimated $1.5 million infringement lawsuit against Napster.
A glitch in many systems for order fulfilment on the Web has been reported which allows the fraudulent to create their own online prices for goods.
We've been sent the URL of this incredible contraption and just couldn't wait to tell you all about it. Yes, that's right folks, for only $19.99 (plus $4.99 p&p) you can have the "revolutionary new patent-pending device which allows you to listen to all of your computer audio through your home stereo while also maintaining the ability to listen through your computer speakers."
Irish chip designer, Parthus, is nearly ready to give second generation mobile Internet a boot up the jacksie, with new technology that will dissipate up to 100 times as much power as currently possible.
Well, it was bound to happen. Something becomes popular. Then it becomes fashionable. And then the people who have more money than you feel the need to rub it in everyone else's face.
Ramen, the Red Hat Linux-based Internet worm, has spread into the wild and defaced the Web sites of several different organisation, including a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa) lab.
E-grocer Webvan.com has ditched plans to launch in three US markets after losses almost doubled for the fourth quarter.
Stock options for owners - who needs them? Obviously Michael Dell, who trousered a couple of hundred million bucks through the sale of optioned stock at the beginning of January.
A bunch of angry New Yorkers are plotting a protest to air grievances against Verizon and its notoriously poor DSL service.