What's AMD spin-off Global Foundries cooking up in its upcoming 32nm, 28nm parts and beyond?
IBM's partners, including AMD's former fabrication wing, GlobalFoundries, announce that they are developing 28nm chips.
SanDisk has announced that it has perfected a 32nm die shrink that will allow for chips carrying 4GB of data each to be squeezed into a microSD card form factor.
Molecular Expressions specialises in microphotography, and has a fascinating gallery of artwork hidden in computer chips - artwork so small you need a microscope to see it.
SquareTrade has responded to challenges and released the full details of their report on Xbox 360 failure rates.
The Novint Falcon is one of the most impressive and compelling devices we've ever tested - a multi-axis, motion sensitive, force feedback controller for games like Half-Life 2 that allows gamers feel textures, weight and forces in the game world. We take the newest model out for a spin.
Ageia PhysX, in continuing attempts to show us how gaming can be enhanced with hardware physics, has released a new PhysX title for free!
New sales statistics show that the overall sales this year place the PS3 and Xbox 360 neck and neck in the UK. Of course, it's not quite as simple as that so check out the full story.
Those of you waiting for the new 65nm CPUs and revised heatsinks before you buy a 360 this Christmas now need wait no longer. The Falcon has landed.
Reports are surfacing that the new Falcon chipsets for the Xbox 360 are now being shipped but that only the CPU is changed to 65nm.
OK, someone has to put a PC inside of this. Ok, so it might cost four times the price of your average computer case, but can your PC do the Kessel run in 12 parsecs?