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Only Fools and Horsepower.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
Gigabit Wi-Fi, new 300-series chipsets, and more.
Gaming Storage card with RAID 0 NVMe for Z370, too.
Optional bracket adds ATX PSU support.
Desktops due 'in the coming weeks'.
Partners with Lian Li for manufacturing.
Concentrates on ITX boards for now.
Just a modified Y Series, though.
Smartphone-cum-desktop due this year.
Ultramobiles boost figures considerably.
Good news tempered by EU fine, though.
But was that the company's plan all along?
Asus takes its Transformer range to the next level, adding a full Window laptop to the mix.
New range will ensure data isn't lost when the power goes out.
Tablets to overtake PC sales by 2015.
World-wide slump continues with 6.4 per cent drop.
We talk to research firm IDC about ARM's potential to break into the PC processor market.
Early build of new OS leaked and snapped, despite Microsoft's best efforts.
Exciting times due soon for HTPC and small form factor enthusiasts.
A unconfirmed list of chips based around Intel's Sandy Bridge technology has been leaked.
In an extension of our recent investigation into energy efficiency, Kingston dropped in some of its latest LoVo DDR3 memory that can run at just 1.2-1.25V. How much power does it save and is it a significant difference? We check to find out.
Following a number of whispers at Computex, we have learned that Dell is to close its XPS Gaming brand soon.
AMD says future AMD platforms will only use AMD chipsets, but hasn't confirmed if this applies to both the server and desktop markets.
Apple has ranked highest in a survey of customer's satisfaction with recently purchased products, beating all PC-centric rivals to the punch.
Start up Appcelerator has launched a public test build of Titanium, an open source platform for the development of web applications that aims to beat Adobe's Air.
AMD has announced its latest round of desktop processor price cuts. Pick up a high clocked quad-core for a little over £100!
In a move that'll surely make AMD weep, Intel has cut the prices on four of its desktop processors.
The guys over at AnandTech have got their hands on an engineering sample version of Asus's Eee PC desktop, and it's looking like a pretty impressive device thus far.
Acer has just launched a new series of gaming desktops, dubbed the Predator series. More importantly, Richard has just got back from Munich where he's had a first look at the machine - check out his thoughts within!
American retail behemoth Wal-Mart is to stop selling Everex's Linux-based Green PC in stores, although it will still be available on the company's website.
Search giant Google has slipped a bundle of used notes to the team behind the Wine package in order to get better support for Adobe Photoshop on Linux.
Research carried out by RISE Security shows that the popular Eee PC is vulnerable to attack via an outdated copy of the Samba package that is activated by default.
PC maker Dell has quietly started offering Ubuntu Linux as an option on its high-end XPS M1330 laptop. A sign that the company is taking desktop Linux seriously?
KDE 4 will use far less memory and will run its "Aero" equivalent on older hardware than you'd expect. Another excuse to switch to away from Microsoft?
Intel's first 45nm desktop CPU from the Penryn family launches in the middle of next month. Today, we have a look at the new Core 2 Extreme QX9650 with side-by-side performance comparisons against a range of dual and quad-core CPUs in an x86-64 environment.