A group of Welsh monks became so teed off with dialup they had broadband installed on their remote island.
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A Thai teenager supposedly obsessed with Grand Theft Auto is facing death by lethal injection after robbing and stabbing a taxi driver to death.
The scholarship arm of the Australian Computer Society, the ACS Foundation, this morning announced that it had awarded more than 430 scholarships worth $4.4 million during financial year 2007 - its highest year since it began promoting private and pu...
Mike Scanlon has a mixed bag of news for me.
The Republicans have taken their share of lumps -- especially during the current presidential campaign -- for not embracing Web 2.0 technologies and tools as warmly as the Democrats.
Keeping software from being broken and distributed via BitTorrent isn't the only kind of piracy about which developers need to worry.
Apple has issued a point release upgrade for its iPhone and iPhone 3G products to version 2.0.1 of the firmware, weighing in at a hefty 249MB.
Satellite navigation devices, the ubiquitous GPS interfaces that many have in their cars, are, it seems, the cause for more than their fair share of accidents and risky driving practices in the UK.
Google Australia has gone the way of its UK counterparts and chosen to blur the faces of people caught on camera in the local version of its Street View service, launched today.
Intel plans to detail the architecture of its upcoming Larrabee chip at the SIGGRAPH conference on August 12, but the company will keep one important aspect of the chip under wraps: the number of cores it will have.
SiteMeter's widget for tracking visits to Web sites went haywire on Friday and rendered many pages unviewable via Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser.
In an attempt to rid its Blogger service from spam blogs, or splogs, Google mistakenly flagged a number of legitimate sites last week, prompting the company to scramble to unlock them.
Lenovo is joining the ranks of hardware builders making a run at the fledgling netbook market with a new ultra-small laptop.
While WiMAX has the potential to deliver mobile broadband services to US companies, its success will depend largely on how well and quickly the Sprint-Clearwire coalition builds out its nationwide network, says a new report from Forrester Research.
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