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Paint-by-numbers in interactive land

A bizarre pairing between American cult TV painter and the games giant Nintendo does suggest that the console manuafacturer and developer really is up to innovative things.

Aleks Krotoski

13, Apr, 2006 @8:20 AM

PS3 currently too big and too clever?

Two pieces of PS3 speculation are doing the rounds this morning. First up, the Inquirer reckons the next-gen machine is still far from complete. Apparently, the innards are too big to fit into the casing and Sony is still bidding on components for the end product - two aspects which are usually ironed out at this stage in a console's pre-launch gestation.

Keith Stuart

13, Apr, 2006 @8:09 AM

DfES and ELSPA are searching for game-literate teachers

The DfES and ELSPA are in search of game-literate teachers ho're using interactive entertainment in the classroom.

Aleks Krotoski

13, Apr, 2006 @8:04 AM

Searching for web wisdom; the .eu landrush; nanotubes shrink fuel bills; Xbox vs PS3; the AACS row; OFT warns of unfair data advantage

This week's print edition of the Technology supplement is online too...

Charles Arthur

13, Apr, 2006 @7:34 AM

Keith Stuart: Gamesblog

If videogame development is to remain fresh, argues Keith Stuart, the industry needs a corporate culture that nourishes quirky design - but within a strict framework.

Keith Stuart

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

Letters, April 13

Send your letters, comments, questions and rants to tech@guardian.co.uk, and please include your address and telephone number.

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

Innovations: RabbitPoint's VoIP mobile a mixed bag

RabbitPoint's new VoIP mobile combines surprisingly good quality with a lack of flexibility.

Ashley Norris

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

Victor Keegan: Hold the web in the palm of your hand

Victor Keegan: Webaroo's new data capture technology suggests that the ability to carry your own customised web around with you will soon be unexceptional.

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

Innovations: Evesham's MBox hard disk and Roku streamer

If your PC's hard drive is cluttered with audio files, Evesham has a solution.

Ashley Norris

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

Alleged hacker may face jail in Guantánamo Bay

Gary McKinnon, 40, an alleged computer hacker accused of accessing Pentagon, army, navy and Nasa computers, causing £350,000 of damage, could face detention in Guantánamo Bay.

Bobbie Johnson

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

Innovations: Mio's A701 smartphone

Integrating a GPS satellite navigation system into a mobile may sound like a tall order, but Mio are hoping to lead the way.

Ashley Norris

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

Germans lead the charge to register .eu domain names

Within a week of registration opening for .eu domains, Brussels has been deluged with applications - with the Germans in the vanguard. Tom Rowland reports.

Tom Rowland

12, Apr, 2006 @11:41 PM

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