AMD launches standalone Wraith Max RGB cooler
Separates game audio from your mic.
Do AMD's Ryzen 3 budget busters trounce Intel, or should you opt for a Ryzen 5 instead?
Any CD or vinyl bought through Amazon will now appear in your mp3 collection.
Sony is to close Optiarc, following a drop in demand for optical drives.
Fujitsu has announced a recycling programme to turn optical discs into laptops.
Millenniata and Hitachi-LG Data Storage to offer stone-like optical discs, which last forever
General Electric has announced that it is close to commercialising a microholographic storage medium which retains compatibility with CDs, DVDS, and BDs.
Stanford's professor of music reveals that tests with his new students show an increased preference for MP3 files over higher quality formats.
A team at Northwestern University in Illinois has published results of work into creating removable optical storage based around photonic jet technology with massive capacity.
An interesting marriage of a NAS drive with a basic Linux PC offers automated ripping of your music collection to a UPnP media server - no keyboard or mouse required.
Got yourself a spangly new Eee PC? Well there's already an alternative OS out there if you want to be a little different to everyone else.
The MP3 is by far the most popular way to listen to music on your PC, but it's not the best way. We have a look at lossless audio and explain how to get the most out of your music.
Yesterday it was revealed that day and night cycles had been cut from Project Gotham Racing 4 because of space issues on the DVD. Today, the developer says that isn't the case.
A class action lawsuit has been bought against Microsoft relating to the problem of scratched discs in the Xbox 360. Allegedly.
A group of top Canadian artists is standing up to the record industry and giving their vocal support to music fans who just want their fair use rights.
Got a dollar mate? Well, now you can download a ringtone for your cellphone from the masters of VoIP.
Fiddling with the console to show off funky functionality could lead to dead dodo disc death, we think.
It's all very well saying how in the future, lots of different types of devices and functionality will all start to merge together. But do we really understand the drivers for these trends - do we really understand the problems that people have?