Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
AMD has announced the reintroduction of the FX brand for high-performance processors at E3.
VIA claims its new Eden X2 is the ‘world’s most power-efficient dual-core processor.’
We detail the facts, correct the fiction, and understand what 4K Advanced Format really means for you when it comes to buying a hard disk today. We show you how to make the disks compatible with Windows XP, test whether the new disks are faster and tell you what the benefits really are.
We took a trip to Kingston in California to get the low down on the company: what it does, why it does it, how it accommodates performance enthusiasts like you and me.
The Khronos Group reveals the spec for OpenGL 3.1, which removes many of the legacy features that were still included in OpenGL 3.0.
NVISION 2008: Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang shared his feelings on exactly what x86 compatibility means to him.
IDF SPRING 08: Anand Chandrasehker said this morning that Intel will deliver Mobile Internet Devices to market within 60 days.
Apparently, Sony could make the new 40GB PlayStation 3 do backwards compatibility through software it just doesn't want to.
Microsoft has released two Windows Vista updates that address compatibility, performance, and reliability problems.
The new 80GB PS3 is confirmed to have 'limited backwards compatibility' thanks to a switch to the European software BC mode.
If you're buying a European PS3, forget about backwards compatibility with the PS2 - the hardware chips have been pulled out.
Microsoft's long-awaited new operating system hits the shelves today. We look at Vista from the enthusiast's point of view - how fast does it run, how good does it look, and will your hardware work?
360 wireless controller for your PC? Yes please. PS3 controller to be called Sixaxis? Yuck.