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Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
The consumer graphics Larrabee part Intel was planning for 2010 has been cancelled. Surprised? No, us neither.
CES 2009: Gary Shapiro, president of the CEA, spoke this morning about how the global economic slowdown will affect the consumer electronics industry through 2009.
CES 2009: Ballmer's first CES keynote focused on Windows 7, Windows Live and some new developments in the world of Xbox 360.
Seagate has made moves to reduce the warranty offered on consumer-grade products to three years from the current five, starting from 3rd January 2009.
Packard Bell last night pulled the curtains back on its entry into the netbook market at an event in Central London.
IDF FALL 2008: Eric Kim announces Intel's first Consumer Electronics focused system on a chip during his Digital Home keynote.
CES 2008: During Intel CEO Paul Otellini's CES Keynote, he talked about the future of the web. Some of it's whacky, but it makes a bit of sense...
We're out in Vegas, covering the hottest announcements from the Consumer Electronics Show. New graphics cards, new laptops, new gadgets - we have it all.
Ofcom has stepped into the ring to clear up the state of UK broadband Internet. Let's hope it gets better for us all...
DVD Jon is now adding DRM instead of taking it away. Has he gone mad, or is this the next big step for your rights? We look at the history of DRM, your rights, and what can be (and is being) done about it.
Although E3 has been downscaled there may be a new games trade show popping up in Las Vegas come 2007.
Rumours from multiple sources suggest that the AMD / ATI merger is on, awaiting the approval of share holders from both parties.
The Vista just got pushed back a little futher. Microsoft is tweaking its launch schedule for the new OS, but businesses will still get it on schedule.
At IDF today, Intel has been talking about how DTCP-IP, a standard it is promoting, will enable the next generation of digital content in the home. In this analysis piece, Wil Harris explains why Intel's strategy for content protection is flawed, and why DRM will result in a bad experience for people like us.
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