Sony shies away from baring all on the PlayStation 3.
San Antonio, Texas-based health infrastructure technology company CaptureRx suffered a data breach. The health IT firm initially suffered the cybersecurity incident earlier in February 2021, but it has only disclosed the matter just this May. The breach reportedly compromised...
Since a couple of days we can find a new beta version of the DropToCD software on the Sateira Software homepage. This latest version, 1.3 beta 1, has the following changes: DropToCD v1.3 beta 1 News: Fast help (F1 as hotkey)...
A recent survey indicates eight percent of consumers located in the United Kingdom, United States, France and Germany illegally download movies and other video content through the Internet. The Futuresource Consulting survey discovered two-thirds of people in the UK who...
HardwareZone.com has a review on the TDK CyClone 48x24x48x, one of the fastest drives currently available and according to our Lite-On Forum Moderator OC-Freak it's a rebadged Lite-On drive (Note SMART-BURN). The drives at 48x using CAV technology, has a...
On CDRLabs.com we can find a new review of the TDK veloCD 48/24/48 writer. The TDK veloCD is one of the first drives supporting ultra-speed CD-ReWriting (24X) and besides that the drive offers 48X recording and reading speeds: Along with...
Generally the latest hard drive news is about the ever increasing capacity as well as the improvements in solid state flash based hard drives and other potential magnetic hard disk killers.  This time, Seagate has announced a warning that a...
Dutch anti-piracy organisation Brein writes letters to hosting providers demanding removal of the Popcorn Time website.
BitTorrent users are being targeted by yet another huge lawsuit except this time it's not because of movies, games, or music but instead about books. John Wiley and Sons have filed lawsuits against 27 BitTorrent users at a federal court in New York. The publisher claims those users shared their "For Dummies" books without permission.
Submitted by: Oliver Kastl Source: http://www.elby.de Oliver Kastl has again submitted his new version to us. Damn this guy is really a busy man, check the improvements he made this time. CloneCD proves to be revolutionary and Oliver Kastl seems to...
SONY LAUNCHES SMALL AND STYLISH NETWORK WALKMAN WITH 1GB BUILT-IN MEMORY   Sony today announces the launch of 2 new Network WALKMAN models. Available from the end of November, the...
Security software development and malware research company GFI Labs has issued a warning that fake disk defragmenting utilities have begun circulating and spreading malware across the web since last month.
looser used our newssubmit to tell us some more info on the new MPEG-4 licenses which we alread reported about here and here: Apple Computer has rejected proposed licensing terms for the emerging MPEG-4 video standard, leaving the future of...
How about a little light reading. What would you do if you were part of the Supreme Court in Mexico and the loud music emanating below your window came from street vendors selling pirated music and you were seriously...
Optical Disk software company Optima Technology Corporation filed a lawsuit against Network Solutions, now owned by VeriSign alleging that Network Solutions gave away its domain name without its permission. "This is no different than parking your car with the...
Plextor recently announced their new PX-W4824TA CD-RW with some interesting features. Today hardwarezone posted a preview of this drive. It discusses the most features of the drive. The Plextor PX-W4824TA is the successor to the PX-W4012TA and is based on...

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