Radio royalties: the ticking timebomb under the RIAA
An obscure backroom deal that took place in Washington DC last Fall - unreported by the specialist music press, then dismissed as insignificant after extensive coverage here at The Register - could yet be the undoing of the Recording Industry Association of America.
Trojan serves porn off home PCs, not many dead
A new Trojan is turning Windows PCs into porn and spam relays, possibly as a means of harvesting credit card details, researcher Richard M. Smith has discovered.
‘Open and helpful community’ – of credit card thieves
Credit card fraud "power users" with programming skills and no fear are making it easier for newbies to break into white collar crime, according to a report from the Honeynet Research Alliance this week.
Well, my PC thought it was funny
The office may start to sound like a fun place with the development by an Australian university of laughter-recognition software.
Of Infinium's Phantom
More information about the rather publicity-shy Phantom console has been unveiled, revealing that the system is indeed a Windows PC designed to download PC games securely over a broadband connection.
‘Tread carefully as technology stocks rise from the ashes’
'Tread carefully as technology stocks rise from the ashes'
Analyst fires shot into Itanic's hull
A small analyst firm has issued a massive warning to HP customers considering a move off of PA-RISC-based servers and onto Intel's Itanic-powered systems, saying some users may be in for a painful migration.