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Gaurang Shah | 24th July 2009
Google has a new O3D (Open 3D) plug-in under development for Chrome, which will allow the browser to display hardware-accelerated 3D graphics.
Gaurang Shah | 22nd July 2009
The IEEE could grant it official standard status as early as September of this year.
Tom Logan | 21st July 2009
Calling Clark Kent & Lois Lane! OC3D Needs you for its expanding news team!
Gaurang Shah | 27th June 2009
A researcher at IBM has developed a system that could change the way we deal with encrypted data.
Gaurang Shah | 15th June 2009
The algorithm behind Koogle reportedly keeps religiously objectionable material out of search results.
Gaurang Shah | 12th June 2009
Small storage manufacturer ARCHOS recently unveiled three new products including the ARCHOS 9 PCTablet, the ARCHOS 10s MiniPC, and the ARCHOS 13 ultra-portable laptop.
Gaurang Shah | 5th June 2009
Termination of pirates' internet connections is not the "preferred solution" for the government.
Gaurang Shah | 4th June 2009
British Telecom is working on the final details of the upgrade of its broadband lines, which should boost the internet bandwidth for millions of customers to up to 20Mbps.
Gaurang Shah | 3rd June 2009
Adobe has joined hands with NVIDIA and Broadcom to bring about radical changes to its Flash platform.
Gaurang Shah | 31st May 2009
Photos of Sony's new PSP Go have been leaked in the latest edition of the company's Qore online magazine.
Peter Kennedy | 22nd May 2009
Novatech are offering some excellent deals on graphics cards, memory, solid state drives and much much more during this bank holiday weekend.
Gaurang Shah | 20th May 2009
Microsoft Hardware today launched four products including three new additions to its BlueTrack line and a new LifeCam VX-2000.
Peter Kennedy | 19th May 2009
UK to see ultra high speed broadband in the coming years after government invest £1 million in technology research.
Gaurang Shah | 18th May 2009
Google's got some competition in search, but of a different kind. Wolfram Alpha ? a computational knowledge search engine has gone live.
Matthew Kemp | 15th May 2009
The new iPhone revealed, or simply some good fakes? Take a look for yourself...
Gaurang Shah | 15th May 2009
The rumoured deal between Microsoft and Elron Electronics Industries for 3DV Systems is nearly through.
Peter Kennedy | 11th May 2009
If the Carphone Warehouse close the £236 million deal, Talk Talk will become the largest residential ISP in the UK.
Tom Logan | 10th May 2009
Fancy making a few quid for playing games? Well your dreams could be made a reality as OC3D is looking to expand its review team with a dedicated Game Reviewer!
Peter Kennedy | 8th May 2009
On May 14th, two rivals will take part in an epic head to head battle live on Gamesports.de allowing gaming enthusiasts across the world to watch via the live video stream.
Peter Kennedy | 5th May 2009
Apple are rumoured to be in the final stages of securing a deal to buy social messaging site Twitter.
Peter Kennedy | 1st May 2009
Fusing the past and the Future. AMD celebrate their 40th Anniversary offering great prizes to be won in two exciting contests.
Gaurang Shah | 30th April 2009
Paris-based technology firm Sensitive Object has created a device which it claims can turn any and every surface on a gadget into a touch-sensitive one.
Gaurang Shah | 30th April 2009
California based iBUYPOWER today announced its power-computing system LAN Warrior, which is based on the Intel Core i7 processor.
Gaurang Shah | 29th April 2009
Taiwan based Compro Technology today announced the launch of its range of home and business IP cameras at Taipei's SecuTech Expo.
James Napier | 29th April 2009
With just two days remaining and only a handful of readers having found the hidden 'X' now is the time to join the treasure hunt for a Lanparty X58 T3H6 JR Motherboard.
Matthew Kemp | 28th April 2009
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Gaurang Shah | 28th April 2009
The UK Home Office has issued an edict requiring all communication service providers (CSP) to record all internet contacts between people.
Gaurang Shah | 27th April 2009
Researchers have reportedly invented a USB dongle device that allows download enthusiasts to continue downloading even after putting their PCs to sleep.