US President signs Chinese trade tariff memo
Could hit tech prices globally.
Aims to harness cryptocurrency benefits.
Three percent 'interim' tax in the works.
Intel has announced plans to move all possible operating systems to Atom, starting with a version of Android aimed at smartphones running the company's chips.
Gigabyte is about to dip its toe into the SFF market and make its first serious mini-ITX board using the Intel H55 chipset.
We've some early info about overclocking AMDs upcoming 6-core desktop CPUs: with a Black Edition, you'll get serious MHz.
Eurocom has launched what it claims is the worlds' first six-core notebook, with up to 2.6TB of storage and 24GB of RAM in a 17" notebook form factor.
A reliable industry source in Taipei tells us that Intel chipsets won't feature native support for USB 3 until 2012, and SATA 6Gbps won't arrive until late next year either.
AMD removed the core unlocking ability in its most recent chipsets because it feared its reputation would suffer after complains over stability.
Axon Logic has decided to make its fortune the Psystar way and is planning a slate running Mac OS X which will retail for the same price as an iPad - and interest Apple's lawyers.
Enterprising hackers have ported the Chromium browser - based around Google's Chrome - to Nokia's flagship N900 smartphone running Maemo Linux.
BitFenix is a new company launching today with a team featuring some of the Cooler Master Storm team and some ex-Abit employees.
Intel's next generation high-end workstation to replace the current X58 systems will have 4-channel DDR3, more PCI-E and arrives in Q3 2011.
Is Apple making a smaller iPad? Will it be the best eBook reader ever? Will the Apple rumours ever end?
AMD has confirmed that its next-generation Thuban processors will feature a dynamic overclocking technology dubbed Turbo Core, similar to rival Intel's Turbo Boost.
Intel has announced some new Atom processors which bring improved performance, higher clock speeds, and support for DDR3 memory to the platform.
One of the first motherboards for AMD's new socket G34 eight and 12-core CPUs, is the mighty Asus KGPE-D16.
Intel has confirmed that "limited quantities" of an experimental processor featuring 48 physical cores will be shipping to academia this year, courtesy of its Tera-scale project.
An industry analyst believes that Nokia could be looking to re-enter the tablet marketplace and compete with Apple's iPad head on - possibly launching by Autumn this year.
WD's next gen 6Gbps Velociraptor arrives today, with double capacity of up to 600GB, a SATA 6Gbps interface and 10k RPM spindle speed.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Server 2008 R2 will be its final operating system release to support Intel's IA-64 architecture, as found in the Itanium CPU range.
HP's up-coming Slate has been teased in an official video - and a leaked briefing slide has provided the first look at its specifications in a side-by-side comparison with the iPad.
The coder behind the Samy MySpace work has released a ulility which allows users to connect to another computer despite both being behind NAT routers - with potential P2P benefits.
A new standard from the Blu-ray Disc Association dubbed BDXL promises re-writable discs with a 100GB capacity - and write-once discs storing a whopping 128GB.
According to sources quoted by market watcher Digitimes, both Dell and HP are looking to reduce their presence in the 10in netbook market following poorer than expected profits.
Microsoft has broken out of its monthly patch release schedule to issue an emergency fix for a critical zero-day vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser.
XFX is planning to beat its rivals' Fermi-based cards with an ATI 5970 Black Edition, which comes - for some reason - in packaging designed to look like a P90 sub-machine gun.
The BPhone smartphone has just launched in China, and it's an interesting hybrid of bulky smartphone and micro-miniaturised netbook-stroke-tablet PC.