Researchers warn of Infineon security chip flaw
Bad keys since 2012.
Includes swappable swatches, too.
Decrypt data, inject content, the works.
After the joint launch of GeForce 7800 GTX and Forceware Release 75 a little over a week ago, the first Release 80 drivers are leaked on to the web at 3DChipset. There are some interesting patterns forming in the inf files. Read on to find out more...
Cablevision rolls out 100 meg networks in metro NY. Rest of world sulks at 512k.
Fujitsu puts a new spin on perpendicular recording to achieve unheard of HDD data densities
We've brought together links to all the best coverage of the AMD-Intel lawsuit.
Apple has a new range of colour iPods and has added support for Podcasting to iTunes 4.9.
It's 4 years later than predicted by Mr Clarke, but the ISS is to get the first space based voice operated computer assistant. Hopefully it won't murder anyone...
AMD is going on the offensive, taking Intel to court in the States for alleged monopolistic practices. Full details inside.
The promise of quantum computing suddenly looks slimmer as experts run into a fundamental limit on data persistence.
Corsair has the word on the availability of its highest-quality DDR RAM.
Club3D's new 512MB XL sports some damn fast memory - making it a good choice for overclockers.
The first details have hit the web, with the specs and hardware in the Intel-based Mac development kits confirmed.
True to their word, NVIDIA have delivered retail stock of GeForce 7800GTX to the channel on the day of release. But what is available, and where? We reveal all.
Jack Kilby, Pioneer of the Integrated Circuit has passed away at the age of 81 after losing a brief fight with cancer.
The press embargo is in place for several more hours, but there is already feverish activity surrounding NVIDIA's release today of their latest GPU, the GeForce 7800GTX.
Shuttle's latest XPC, the SD31P, supports Pentium D dual-core processors, SATA 300 hard drives with RAID and has Sound Blaster Live audio. Do I have your attention now?
Intel, SiS and Via are working with Nvidia to get their motherboard chipsets certified for SLI operation.
Infineon say they've shipped off DDR3 memory modules to hardware developers. Prepare for them to hit in 2006 - full story, as always, inside...
Apple: shove your Dell logo up your ATX exhaust fan. (Probably).
Never wake up to crappy breakfast radio again: be your own early-morning DJ with up to 15,000 songs, thanks to the iH5 alarm clock radio from iHome. Simply drop your iPod into the top and the iH5 acts as a docking cradle, charging while it plays.
Seagate have announced a 8GB 1-inch hard drive, or Microdrive, and Hitachi expect to hit 60GB within 5 years using Perpendicular Recording.
Nvidia's G70 is not only going to be launched next week, but actually be in stock to buy next week - allegedly.
Whilst Aopen have their definitely-not-a-mac-mini for sale
AMD finally confirm that they will be shipping 64-bit compatible Sempron processors. Intel's 64-bit Celeron D is also imminent
Beyond3D gets intimate with the Xenos chip in the Xbox 360. If you can take 11 pages of hardcore tech, it's worth a read.
Xtreme Resources has a guide up that aims to help DFI nForce4 users get the most out of their TCCD memory.
There's cheap and then there's cheap. Then there's a fully working 2.4Ghz system, with monitor, for under US$300. Except naturally it's not that cheap in the UK...
Speculation is rife that Apple will use hardware to lock OSX to their own Macs following the transition to Intel chips.
After the announcement that ATI would add support for up to 14xAA with its upcoming CrossFire technology, NVIDIA had to go one better: bring on 16xAA...
Recent rumours suggested that Microsoft were about to release an updated version of Shader Model 3.0. Microsoft confirmed that they have no plans to update DirectX 9.0c with an extension for the rumoured Shader Model 3.0a.
Israeli security researchers have uncovered a flaw that allows hackers to pair with Bluetooth equipped devices with out the owners knowledge.
Transistors have been getting smaller and smaller ever since they where developed in the 50's. But researchers are now a step closer to the holy grail - single molecule transistors.
And lo, it did come to pass that disposable film stills begat disposable digital stills, which begat disposable digital movies.
During Computex, many of ATI's partners slipped the new Radeon X550 series of video cards out. It is set to replace the Radeon X300 and X600 series'.
WWDC: Steveo has just announced that Apple will be switching to Intel CPUs
Today, ATI launched the first 16-pixel pipeline mobility GPU. The Mobility Radeon X800 XT is very close to the performance of its desktop counterparts.
ECS and Gigabyte are to team up to offer graphics cards to take on the big players in the market.
Whilst widely reported that a switch to Intel was possibly on the cards, most analysts have been skeptical of such a move. Could they be proven wrong?
Both cores in Intel's dual core Pentium M will share a single bank of cache memory.
ASUS are bringing and interesting idea for Home Theatre PC users to the market in the near future: WiFi TV-Out, which creates new possibilities for installing a HTPC solution in the living room.