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Match.com Comes to Facebook

Match.com, an old standby of online dating, wants to make some new connections among the fast-growing number of Facebook users worldwide. The website, owned by media mogul Barry Diller's InterActiveCorp conglomerate, plans to launch two... More...

999 comes to VoIP

Ofcom, the UK regulator, has decreed that VoIP services are going to have to connect 999 calls to the emergency services, though not until September 2008. VoIP services have been improving in quality and usability... More...

Wal-Mart Zune Comes With Free Porn

It's not the first time, nor the last, that people will find porn on (supposedly) new or recycled consumer electronics. This time it happened to a family in Southside Chicago who purchased Microsoft's Zune from... More...

Windowblinds comes to Vista

Version 5.5 of WindowBlinds has been designed to enable Windows Vista to become skinnable. This is no easy task for a number of reasons. The biggest reason has to do with the new Desktop... More...

PS3 Comes to the UK

Stop the press! The PS3 is coming to England sooner than we all first expected, albeit only in limited quantities at this years 'The Best of Stuff Show'. Not only will attendees be playing Sony's... More...

The Pirate Bay Comes Back Online

For the last couple of days there were stories of The Pirate Bay, the worlds largest bittorrent tracker, being taken offline by swedish athorities while they were being investigated for copyright infringement. Even the MPAA... More...

Skype comes to Intel Macs

Skype has released Skype 1.4.0.49 for Mac OS X, bringing native compatibility for Intel-based Macs to the free communication software as a Universal Binary. The software can forward calls to other Skype names or regular... More...

Sonic Heroes Comes To PC This Fall

Sonic Heroes is on its way to PC, Sega announced today. The latest 3D Sonic the Hedgehog adventure (released for PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube earlier this year) will be available for Windows personal computers... More...

Teenager comes to Microsoft's aid

A teenage computer whizz from Aberdeen has averted a potential crisis at software giant Microsoft. IT specialist Matt Thompson was barely out of college when he discovered a security glitch in Microsoft's... More...

Japan Xbox comes with extra cheese

Microsoft spices up marketing of Xbox in Japan in new pizza-themed promotion. In Japan, pizzas packaged in boxes that resemble Xbox consoles will be delivered to the doorsteps of customers, courtesy of... More...

What Goes Around Comes Around

The Only Clear Winner in This SCO Versus IBM Case is Microsoft Ashton was a macaw that lived in the lunch room at George Tate's software company, Ashton-Tate, home of dBase... More...

Hotmail comes to Vodafone UK

Vodafone UK is preparing to extend Microsoft MSN functionality to users of its Vodafone Live service. Vodafone Live users will, from May, be able to access their Hotmail e-mail accounts and have the... More...

NeoTweak XP comes home

We are proud to announce that Neowin is hosting the NeoTweak XP software and support forums as from today. While we endorse this program we do not decide on releases, included content or direction. Visitors... More...

Apple's iPod comes to Linux

Windows users have recently been given access to the popular Macintosh music player, iPod, and now Linux users may soon be able to take a bite out of Apple Computer's gadget. Last... More...

Lord of the Rings comes to XBOX.

"The Lord of the Rings: one heck of a movie, and a three-volume encyclopaedia of a novel. Epic is the word we're looking for here. Universal Interactive has picked up the rights to Tolkien's original... More...

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