Starbucks: more wireless coffee
Starbucks is continuing to expand its in-store Wi-Fi net connection services.
Study: Wi-Fi users still don't encrypt
Think you've heard more than enough about war driving and Wi-Fi insecurity? Two days of electronic eavesdropping at the 802.11 Planet Expo in Boston last week sniffed out more evidence that most Wi-Fi users still aren't getting the message -- or are comfortable broadcasting their e-mail into the ether.
AMD to launch Opteron 246 on 4 August
Let no one doubt the power of email... to cock up the best laid launch plans. AMD yesterday inadvertently emailed a host of reporters to tell them that it will launch the Opteron 246 on 4 August.
Printer ink seven times more expensive than Dom Perignon
Printer manufacturers are ripping off consumers by overcharging for printer cartridges, according to a study by the Consumer Association's Which? magazine.
Court worried over Microsoft compliance
A court-ordered status report on the Microsoft antitrust settlement has expressed concern over the way Microsoft is complying with the terms of the deal.
Hacker group releases software-only Xbox mod details
Free-X, the Xbox hackers who were at the heart of the controversial attempt to extort a signed Linux boot loader for the console from Microsoft, claim that they have now released details of their software-only Xbox security exploits.
Earth to Andreessen: browser innovation is at hand
Netscape founder Marc Andreessen doesn't think there's going to be any innovation in web browsers in the next five years. Someone should buy him a flight to Glasgow.