No expense spared with a Sega Mega Drive clone that aims for pixel perfection
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If successful, firm would pull ahead of IBM
Stop moaning about the cable length and enjoy a fab little piece of history
Says humans need to ensure that machines don't threaten our future
4K, teraflops and all the rest are no replacement for decent games
Company plays catch-up with latest Patch Tuesday bug fix haul
Move comes as Tories' look rush through the Digital Economy Bill
JEDEC also starts work on NVDIMM-P memory standard
Opening the open world
Tech will be able to read and write to a higher level
Microsoft confirms 'authentication error' problem has been fixed
Founder Nick Ogden hopes to leave 'ageing technology' behind
USPS' claim is 'bullshit', blasts bereft retro gamer
Microsoft blames delay on 'last minute issue'
Firm to aid against the increasing threat of 'baseless lawsuits by aggressive companies'
But that's all the company needs, says the headset's commercial lead
Basic business acumen
'Fits squarely within our strategy,' says Meg Whitman
Be more like Google (except don't be), says Databarracks
Could lead to up to '100 per cent extra tax'
Take that, Snoopers' Charter
2016's been an utter disaster, so here's some new games to look forward to
By 2020, we'll be swimming in the stuff. How best to protect and store all the data?
Firm was probably 'waiting for a major breach' before taking steps to improve security
PowerAI will train computers to think and learn in more human-like ways
Theme Park, GTA V, Elite and more
Firm promises that it's not trying to replace humans with artificial intelligence
Typical vaguery from gaming's most self-important culture vultures
Group urges Universal Service Obligation to offer BT-style 'social tariff'
Firm promises a trailer on 20 October 2016
Duke's back again, but do we really need him?
'Version 1703' cited in existing system files
Three-hour borkage saw email service go kaput
Bristol Ridge-powered PCs take aim at biz market
Say cheese for cheddar
But it's still a long way away from that one billion target
Bear in mind this costs around £35 on consoles...
Former hacker blasts Love's trial as an 'absurd ordeal'
Mostly sorted now, but still some SQL database problems
But 75 per cent reckon they're going to go big on cloud in the next year
'Better trained, better equipped, better ... just better'
VBScript fix is especially important, warn researchers
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The poor: getting poorer
'Suicide is a real risk', says online activist
Firm patches problems caused by Windows 10 Anniversary Update