Lenovo confirms job cuts are coming
Axes a further two percent of its staff.
Take your pick of X370 or B350.
€40 for a full 110-switch set.
Capable of beating human champions in just three days.
AverMedia send out a news shot hoping to clear up the TV Licensing laws for TV tuners. The whole thing is a bit of a muddle.
With the latest figures in from Mercury Research, ATI are left with just 30% of the current-generation.
New revisions to the BIOS' of popular Gigabyte boards support the dual-core X2 Athlon 64 processor.
The folks at Ars Technica give the latest OS release the most thorough going over we've ever, ever seen. Simply incredible work.
With our forums now back up, we've found this little gem hidden away. If ever there was an example of lighting done right, this is it.
Users spot strange objects appearing all over the screen when using HDTV. US military denies that objects ever existed.
ATI confirm that R2xx cards won't be supported under Catalyst drivers for Windows XP x64.
Nvidia and ATI have been talking about their plans to kit out their high-end, and not-so-high-end graphics cards with an outrageous 512MB of memory.
id Software's Tim Willits talks about the latest developments in the Doom 3-powered sequel.
The End Of Life date for all Socket 754 Athlon 64 processors has emerged. Sempron processors will remain on Socket 754, for the time being...
The Dutch have the dubious honour of being one of the first countries to instigate a tax on MP3 players, in a bid to cut down on the amount ot P2P piracy activity.
The latest update to the popular Warhammer RTS is due to hit the web imminently.
Valve previews High Dynamic Range Rendering with a video of Half-Life 2: Lost Coast, a new tech demo level.
ABIT silences Northbridge coolers forever with the introduction of Silent OTES: a chipset-mounted heatpipe cooler
Following on from the successes of the 3D1, Gigabyte are set to release an inexpensive version of the card. The 3D1-XL will be bundled with the GA-K8N Ultra-SLI motherboard.
Fed up with a noisy PC, Doug Klassen built a case from scratch using pine, and employed a multi-pronged attack on noise
A.C.Ryan's Roundcable2-FX removes that bulky, wasted extra IDE cable with a novel new approach to Rounded Cables
Valve and Vivendi Universal Games finally settle their long-standing beef out of court.
Video card memory is on the increase, as Gainward sneak a 256MB GeForce 6600 GT in to its product lineup.
The technical details behind the enhanced Unreal Engine in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory are laid open.
Project Log: Red and black colour scheme accented with green PSU, fashion world takes note.
Project Log: Is one phase-change cooling device not quite enough for you? How about modding a second head? Yes?
Those crazy modders show off their uber-leet workbench testing rig.
The Taiwanese case legends have pictures up of their latest revision to the Centurion chassis.
The industry's first DirectX 9.0 chipset for AMD platforms will drive HP's full-featured, PCI Express-enabled multimedia notebooks.
Hiper has its new modular PSUs exclusively in PCWorld stores. It also has new variations on its media chassis in the works.
Eidos falls back on tried & tested franchises as they annouce their E3 2005 line-up, including Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend, Hitman: Blood Money and Commandos Strike Force
Apple is putting the finishing touches to its Bullring store in Birmingham, with OSX 10.4, aka Tiger, due to launch on Friday.
Lone screenshot heralds new 3D engine for jungle-shooter sequel, Vietcong 2
In the first part of our new series, we take you through the basics of electronics, starting the building block of PCs - electricity. We look at the basic formulae that govern voltage, current and resistence, and introduce you to our first project.
ExtremeTech suggest that the X2 processor caines Intel's offerings in performance benchmarks. Is dual core for gaming dead in the water?