Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
AMD updates its Deneb core on its fastest Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition, and claims the C3 can overclock more, yield faster DDR3 memory and has even fixed the performance bug with its sleep states. Does it make a difference? We put the claims to the test.
A photo of what appears to be Larrabee's die has tipped up in a presentation at the opening of Intel's Visual Computing Institute at Saarland University, Germany.
After being pictured with a wafer at IDF in China, bit-tech calculates how big Pat Gelsinger's new Larrabee core will be.
Jon Peddie Research predicts that motherboards chipsets with integrated graphics will have a market share of just one percent by 2013
Intel must be chuffed, as its physics company, Havok, provided the physics in ten out of the 27 games nominated for a BAFTA.
SanDisk has announced that it has perfected a 32nm die shrink that will allow for chips carrying 4GB of data each to be squeezed into a microSD card form factor.
Steve Jobs has issued a statement that reveals he is taking extended sick leave from Apple in order to focus on getting well.
Database specialist Oracle has teamed up with storage specialist Emulex to donate open-source code for detection of "silent data corruption" to Linux.
COMPUTEX 2008: We've got the pics of AMD's new RV770 GPU die, memory, PCB and cooling - click to find out what's going on underneath next this generation graphics.
Joe Martin wants to know what it is that makes a hardcore gamer. Prompted by the death of somebody close to him, Joe examines what hardcore is and invites readers to share their stories about what game it was that first hooked them.
Gary Gygax, co-creator behind the Dungeons and Dragons concept and game, has died aged 69 after a long illness.
IDF FALL 07: Gelsinger has revealed that Westmere is Nehalem's successor. It's an evolution of the Nehalem design and will include a few refinements.
IDF SPRING 2007: Ooo Err missus! Want to see what Penryn really looks like? Click here you naughty, naughty person.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company has announced that its 55nm process technology is ready for use in large scale production runs.
We have a look at one of AMD's first 65 nanometre Brisbane processors. Does AMD's move to more advanced process technology change the landscape in the processor marketplace, or will Intel's Core 2 processors continue to rule the roost? Read on to find out...
A radio competition for a Nintendo Wii has ended in tragedy. Contestants were tasked with drinking copious amounts of water whilst not urinating. Later that day a failed contestant died of water intoxication.
Pictures of what is believed to be AMD's next-generation R600 graphics processor have shown up on a Taiwanese bulletin board.