Google announces Dunant transatlantic cable
Has others in the wings, too.
Upcoming World of Warcraft update: Cataclysm is dabbling in updating its engine to support DX11.
We test a ton of the latest games to see just how many cores your CPU really needs.
Lastest Futuremark benchmark will be launched this September, announced very soon.
We sit down for an in-depth talk with AMD's Worldwide Developer Relations Manager, Richard Huddy, to talk about AMD's relationship with PC game developers, and we probe his thoughts on DirectX 11, consolification and more.
It's big, fast, power hungry and hot like Scarlett Johansson in a sauna - what's not to like? The size? Yes, at nearly a foot long this dual-HD 5870 beast won't even fit in the front page image box! Read on to see how the new card performs (don't call it a HD 5870 X2 though, or you'll look like a n00b)
COMPUTEX 09: AMD, TSMC and Microsoft gave us a glimpse of DirectX 11 and Codename Evergreen, AMD's next-gen graphics chip.
SSDs might have high read speeds covered, but writing data, especially random write speeds, has held many back. Today we look at OCZ's latest high speed SSD, the Vertex, to see if the addition of onboard cache and an ARM processor can allow SSDs to fulfil their true potential.
Nvidia releases its first WHQL Windows 7 graphics driver, just a day after AMD got its first WHQL WIndows 7 graphics driver out the door.
At Nvision, we managed to sit in on Kevin Gee's introduction to DirectX 11 and since then, we've kept our ear to the ground. We've managed to gather a lot of insight into what Gee talked about from various sources inside the industry, so join us as we take a look at what makes DX11 tick.
Kevin Unangst, Senior Global Director of Windows Gaming at Microsoft gives the low down of what we can expect the future to feature.
Microsoft has unveiled DirectX 11, its next-generation graphics pipeline, at the annual XNA GameFest developer conference in Seattle.
The 24" desktop display market is already very competitive, and today we review the Samsung 245T. We know the Korean giant makes great LCD TVs, but can they trump the competition for enthusiast monitors?
The latest update for the popular shooter, 1.1, could break your monitor if it happens to be of the widescreen variety.