Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
Midway has revealed that the New York Stock Exchange has warned the company that its stock may soon be de-listed.
Engineers at AMIV in Zurich have created a massive 2m persistence of vision display for a party at the high-voltage lab, with blade tips travelling at 140MPH.
AMD's new 45nm Deneb CPUs are apparently designed for overclocking should hit 4GHz easily and 6GHz with extreme cooling.
ELSPA has released a report which claims that the BBFC downgraded 22 adult-rated games.
Activision admits that the popular video Bike Hero is actually viral advertising, not the work of skilled amateurs.
Google has teamed up with Life to offer a searchable archive of every cover and many photographs from its magazines stretching right throughout its history.
Ziff Davis has announced that PC Magazine is to cease distribution of its printed edition and instead concentrate solely on its on-line endeavours.
Packard Bell last night pulled the curtains back on its entry into the netbook market at an event in Central London.
EVGA's latest X58 design should give Asus' Rampage II Extreme a run for its money in the extreme overclocking stakes.
EA and Nvidia have confirmed that the delay of Mirror's Edge for PC is down to the full integration of PhysX physics effects into the game.
Apple has released the latest build of its Safari browser, version 3.2, with anti-phishing protection from Google included alongside numerous security fixes.
Kanguru has announced the availability of a rather novel pendrive featuring both USB 2.0 and eSATA 3Gb/s connectivity, with a surprising difference in performance between the two.
The BBC has announced plans to make BBC One and Two available live over the Internet, completing the broadcaster's online offering.
The latest range of MacBook hardware, featuring a Mini DisplayPort as its only video output option, enforces DPCP DRM on certain iTunes video files - preventing playback via VGA.
New market information from JP Research finds that global sales of gaming PCs surpass those of all 3 home consoles combined!
Adobe has released a preview version of a native 64-bit Flash Player binary for Linux, allowing users on 64-bit systems to use completely native binaries when browsing the web.
Cooler Master is set to release a limited edition run of "Black" Cosmos cases. We've got some early details on what is planned.
Those who pre-ordered Left 4 Dead miss out on the option to get every Valve game ever for just $50 more.
Yahoo! co-founder and CEO Jerry Yang has decided to step down from his position as soon as the Internet giant finds a replacement.
Instead of the four number naming we have now, AMD might go to three numbers with Deneb instead of the originally proposed five.
Fujitsu has joined Seagate in the relatively new market for small form factor 2.5" drives designed for enterprise customers looking to build big RAID systems.
The USB Promoter Group has finalised the specification for USB 3.0 "SuperSpeed", and is due to announce official details at a conference on Monday.
Intel's new Core i7 processors are now in the channel and actually available to buy. We've scouted prices and rounded them up to see who has the cheapest i7 920.
Nvidia has dropped the price on its GeForce GTX 260 216-based parts - the first of these price drops has made it into the channel.
Canonical has announced that it is to create a special version of its Ubuntu Linux distribution aimed at netbooks using ARM's new Cortex A8 and A9 chips.
A new study indicates that playing violent games can affect your heart rate long after you finish playing.