Free as in Speech Week

The First Amendment makes a cameo appearance in both copyright and national security / surveillance law this week.

What We Should Learn from "Bad Tech August"

Every PC and Internet user should be glad that August 2007 is now history: here's why, what we've learned (and have yet to learn) about what went wrong and how to fix it.


Apple hogs the headlines, Microsoft extends hand to Linux, rumors of a Zune based phone heat up, and much more!

XtremeMac HDMI Switcher

Got four HDMI video sources, but only one HDMI input on your TV? Here's a slick solution.

Daily News Brief: Big Tech News Served in Bite Sized Chunks

US Department of Defense hacked, MSI and Skype get cozy, first virus celebrates a birthday, and more in today's daily dose of tech news!

Palm Cancels Foleo

You know that cutting-edge, next-gen, cellular-friendly ultralight Linux companion that Palm was about to release? Well, uh, nevermind.

News Brief: Your Daily Dose of Tech Headlines

Major cities wave bye-bye to Wi-Fi, Nintendo continues to outpace Sony, Kung-Fu monks take on blogger, and more!

Copyright Infringement Goes Meta

Viacom sends a DMCA takedown to a YouTube user for pirating material Viacom had pirated from him first. Infringement is a two-way street.


The Maximum PC staff celebrates the end of summer by bringing you more of the tech news you love—and then leaving work early.


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