Apache Software Foundation launches “Apache Extras”

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) today announced, the Google-hosted site for code associated with Apache projects that are not part of the Foundation's more than eighty Top-level Projects.

The Freebox 6 is awesome and you can’t have it

A new European TV box embodies the phrase "all-in-one." And it's not available here.

Hacker group Gnosis takes credit for Gawker attack, plans more ahead

Gawker continues to suffer fallout after being hacked earlier this week, and now the responsible party is coming forth with some details.

WikiLeaks video game goes viral

In the midst of ongoing Wikileaks fallout, one developer has struck gold with a basic game based on the ordeal.

Hard drives: Seagate goes green, Hitachi HDDs hit 3 TB

Seagate's new Barracuda 3.5-inch hard drives reach new levels of eco-friendliness, while Hitachi's Deskstar HDDs reach 3TB...and it's all accessible even to Windows XP.

Possible Microsoft tablet fails to impress critics

A look at what Microsoft will possibly premiere at CES has many hoping it's just a rumor.
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Samsung SyncMaster BX2450 Review

Samsung SyncMaster BX2450 Review.

Pioneer ships first 128 GB BDXL Blu-ray drive

Pioneer's new BDR-206MBK drive can read and write BDXL media...and pack up to 128 GB on a four-layer BDXL disc.

IBM supercomputer will compete on Jeopardy next year

IBM has developed a computer that should be able to compete with the famed game show's former victors.
Android Army

Gmail creator has no faith in Chrome OS

The father of Gmail has plenty of inside experience at Google, but he does not see Chrome OS becoming a consumer hit.

Reports: Yahoo laying off 600 to 700 employees

Although nothing is official yet, reports have Yahoo getting ready to let go of 600 to 700 employees in very short order.

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange gets bail

A UK court has granted Wikileaks founder Julian Assange bail...and some of the bail money has been put up by U.S. documentary filmmaker Michael Moore.