European Commission launches AI Alliance
Appoints experts to Group, too.
Rollouts getting smoother.
MSI's take on a budget X470 board has promise, but can it compete with Gigabyte on value?
Rates as a medium severity flaw, though.
COMPUTEX 2006: ASUS' M2R32-MVP Deluxe mobo looks to have removed the power regulation problems present in the A8R32-MVP Deluxe by using 8-phase power.
COMPUTEX 2006: NVIDIA was demonstrating its new nForce 590 SLI Intel Edition reference motherboard with a Core 2 Duo processor and a pair of GeForce 7950 GX2s in Quad SLI.
The BBC is to begin trying out HDTV over digital terrestrial, meaning that we can enjoy HD programming without resorting to a Sky dish.
COMPUTEX 2006: The world's tallest building, Taipei 101, has been rebuilt... by a bunch of computer enthusiasts.
Sapphire has a new Radeon X1600XT video card which has a passive cooler with a twist, while MSI has a new GeForce 7600 GS card with a passive cooler. Both support video acceleration and HD playback - which one should end up in your rig?
COMPUTEX 2006: Several sources inside the industry have indicated that Intel's upcoming Core 2 Duo processors may not launch until September.
COMPUTEX 2006: ECS has one of ATI's RD600 reference boards on its stand. RD600 is an update of RD580, with added support for Intel's upcoming 2 Duo processors.
COMPUTEX 2006: Intel announces its 965-series chipsets and claims to 'Reach New Heights' on the 84th floor of Taipei 101 - the world's tallest building.
COMPUTEX 2006: NVIDIA's SLI Memory looks to be catching on, as memory manufacturers speak out.
COMPUTEX 2006: ASUS showed us its new dual Radeon X1600XT Gemini card - one of the first single card CrossFire video cards we've seen.
COMPUTEX 2006: DFI's nForce 590 SLI board is looking good - hopefully it'll perform as well as it looks...
A production mishap means that MacBooks are shipping with their air vents sealed up. Not good for those looking for a cool computing experience.
COMPUTEX 2006: Downloadable Quad SLI drivers may well be longer than we first thought. It is likely to be at least two months before Quad SLI hits the channel.
COMPUTEX 2006: Corsair showed us its latest memory achievement - the PC10000 barrier is broken... UPDATED
COMPUTEX 2006: Fancy running three graphics cards in your system? A combo deal of two X1900s and an extra X1600 in an Intel motherboard could get you a PhysX-killing setup.
Yesterday, NVIDIA launched the GeForce 7950 GX2 - billed as the fastest available single card solution on the market. It features a pair of G71 GPUs, a 1GB frame buffer, a HDCP crypto-ROM and it all fits into a single PCI-Express x16 slot. How does it stack up against 7900 GT SLI, 7900 GTX and X1900XTX?
A new notebook drive crams 200GB into just 2.5". Perpendicular storage technology in action, although the potential is far from realised.
In a bid to outperform the X1900 XTX, NVIDIA is launching a new board, the 7950 GX2, which it claims offers the fastest 'single-card' performance.
AMD's 4x4 platform puts two Athlon FX processors in a motherboard, rather than just one. Is this the pre-emptive reply to the imminent launch of Conroe?
We have spent some time with an Intel Conroe system - today we're bringing you some initial benchmarks as a 'performance preview'. Check in for a look at how Conroe performs against Intel's current flagship Pentium Extreme Edition 965 CPU.
The Wireless Laser Desktop for Mac looks basically the same as the Wireless Laser Desktop, except for some keyboard symbols. Tempted?
Alienware is back with another top-end system designed for those with plenty of dosh in their pockets. How does it rate against other contenders in the enthusiast PC arena?
ATI has been giving us the lowdown on DirectX 10, including the new geometry shader and its second-generation unified architecture.
What could be better than the combination of an MMO to suck away your life and a laptop so that you can play anywhere, any time? We take a look at this budget notebook from Rock.
OCZ has announced its Special Ops Edition line of memory modules that feature DPM-covered heatspreaders...
We head down to London to get down and dirty with the new, gorgeous-looking Dell XPS 700. If you think it looks good, just wait until you see what's inside.