We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Has Fractal Design created the perfect PC case?
Rick takes a bite out of Tripwire Interactive's "Shark RPG."
Rumours spreading across the 'net have T-Mobile ready to launch the HTC Dream smartphone, the first handset to run on Google's Linux-based Android platform.
Google has announced the launch of Knol, a new Wikipedia-style site aimed at allowing those knowledgeable on a topic to create informative pages and collaborate on others.
Google has launched a competitor to Second Life, dubbed Lively, that allows users to interact in a 3D environment.
The war of words between billionaire investor Carl Icahn and the Yahoo! board over the company's future and direction continues.
Mobile internet devices based on the open-source Linux operating system are expected to account for 23 percent of the market by 2013 according to analysts.
Idée Incorporated have launched a closed beta of an image-based search engine which allows you to upload pictures from your computer and search for similar images on the web.
The popular CoreAVC for Linux project, which allows registered users of the CoreCodec's CoreAVC DirectShow filter to run the product under Linux, has been removed from Google Code.
Microsoft is still trying its best to beat Google at its own game, with the launch of a new aggregation add-on to its Live Search service. Has the company cracked it - or just cracked?
Hacker Chris Anderson has developed a tool which allows web applications developed on the Google App Engine SDK to run on any Unix-like server.
Search giant Google has introduced a clever hack allowing its web-based office suite Google Docs to be accessed whilst you're disconnected from the Internet.
Google has published a letter to the FCC which outlines the company's plans for utilising the radio spectrum freed by the move to all-digital TV transmissions.
Yahoo-owned photo sharing site Flickr is due to allow its users to upload videos as well as photos in a clear attempt to challenge Google's YouTube service.
Search giant Google is to join six other companies in a project to lay a 6,200 mile undersea cable joining the USA and Japan and capable of carrying 4.8Tb/s.
Google has announced a trial of a new service allowing patients to upload and store their entire medical history on-line.
Search giant Google has slipped a bundle of used notes to the team behind the Wine package in order to get better support for Adobe Photoshop on Linux.
Google has responded to Microsoft's offer to buy Yahoo! on the official Google Blog and questions the legality of such a move.
UPDATED: Microsoft has said that it has formally offered to buy Yahoo! for a massive £22.4 billion - if the deal goes through it'd be the biggest in Internet history.
Google's IM package now features real-time translation to and from multiple languages. Next step: a small fish you slip into your ear?
Ask.com now offers an Eraser option that nukes the logs of your search. Great, but you have to use Ask..
A Canadian ISP is trialling a new invasive service that currently lets users know about their current bandwidth use, however the possibilities this service could provide are a little more sinister.
MySpace and Google have teamed up on Google’s OpenSocial platform in order to reach an even wider user base.
Google’s new social networking site, OpenSocial, is set to go live on Thursday. We have some of the details for you today.
With increasing broadband access and speeds, Adobe plans to make all of its products available through the web in the next decade.
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