Google's DeepMind shows off self-taught AlphaGo Zero AI
Capable of beating human champions in just three days.
Capable of beating human champions in just three days.
Full desktop Linux on your S8 via Dex.
Includes 0dB Silent profile, too.
A £200 mouse: Has Swiftpoint lost the plot, or can it justify the price tag?
Brushes off Tegra's lack of mobile success.
Speed up your flash drives: USB 3 Kingston Data Traveller 3 and ADATA N005 are tried and tested.
An internal Indilinx SSD with a USB 3 port: external storage has never been so fast!
We add Seagate's latest Barracuda XT hard disk with new Gigabyte and Asus P55 motherboards featuring SATA 6Gbps to see what performance potential, if any, the latest SATA standard offers.
Corsair's first foray into the chassis market drives a stake into the heart of the usual contenders and rips the market wide open. Is this our next upgrade, or has Corsair over-thought this matt black behemoth?
Western Digital has started shipping a new range of WD-branded SSDs following its acquisition of SiliconSystems in March 2009.
COMPUTEX 09: EVGA claims it'll continue testing SATA 6Gbps and won't use it until it knows it's worthwhile.
Microsoft reveals that it plans to disable AutoRun on writeable media, though CDs and DVDs will be unaffected.
Toshiba says it's now sampling the world's first 32nm NAND flash memory, which will lead to higher density USB drives.
It still costs almost £1,000, but the new MasterDrive RX SSD offers some interesting features like an internal RAID system to boost performance.
Corsair reveals its latest P256 SSD, which promises a faster maximum sequential write speed than Intel's X25-E, while also offering 256GB of storage.
Got a pair of SATA hard drives spare and want to backup your critical software? Icy Box's IB-NAS4220-B network storage just might be the solution you're looking for.
Western Digital has today announced the WD Caviar Green 2TB hard drive - the industry's highest capacity drive to date.
Seagate has admitted that a problem in the firmware of certain Barracuda and DiamondMax drives causes premature death - and has issued a fix.
OCZ's next generation Vertex 2 SSD claims a whopping 550MB/s read and 480MB/s write!
CES 2009: SanDisk has this morning announced its third generation family of solid state drives at CES. It claims they're the fastest MLC drives ever.
CES 2009: Seagate has released its two-platter Barracuda 7200.12 1TB hard drive, pushing platter densities to a massive 500GB.
Solid State Drives might be speedy, but for most of us the traditional mechanical drive is still king. We take a look at Samsung's Spinpoint F1 1TB hard disk and see how it faces up against the competition.
A 32GB flash drive the size of your finger that works at 90MB/s? OCZ's new Throttle seems to have the answer.
Fujitsu has joined Seagate in the relatively new market for small form factor 2.5" drives designed for enterprise customers looking to build big RAID systems.
Hard Disk space: You can never have too much. At least, that's what Seagate is hoping with it's new range of stylish FreeAgent external hard disk drives. We take a look at the high end FreeAgent|XTreme 1TB and see there's more than just a solid drive behind the sleek exterior.
IDF FALL 2008: You've read all the details on Intel's upcoming SSDs; now we've taken a pre-production X18-M 80GB SSD apart for you.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel has revealed that the first SSDs will be available very soon, with more to follow in the first quarter of 2009.
As is now something of a tradition for sub-notebooks that come to bit-tech; we crack out the screwdrivers and dive inside MSI's Wind to see how it's done and what's mod-able in this little laptop.
MSI releases Wind and we take a sniff to see if this sub-notebook can possibly stand up to Asus' EeePC line? With svelte pearly curves and a decent sized keyboard, MSI may have just parted it's cheeks and unleashed the first real Eee-Killer...
Blu ray drives on the cheap? Pioneer tells us "Hell Yea!" But is it cheap and cheerful or a genuine bargain, that's an excellent choice for all our home theatre enthusiasts? We found out.
COMPUTEX 2008: Following the SSD trail around the many manufacturers on site, we got some answers to the state of the tech.
COMPUTEX 2008: Branching out into ever more areas, OCZ has today signed Fatal1ty, while also expanding its line of Flash drives and more.
Korean company Samsung has announced its latest solid-state drive, and it's a 256GB unit with pretty stunning performance using relatively cheap MLC memory.
Western Digital has announced the VelociRaptor, the successor to the hugely successful Raptor hard drives and it claims to be the world's fastest drive.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel is set to release its own Solid State Drives later this year. Performance looks impressive so far.
Microsoft has ditched the HD DVD drive, so a Blu-ray replacement seems logical, right? Wrong!
Apple's new NAS-cum-WAP Time Capsule has been dismantled by early adopters and it appears that the drive isn't as 'server-grade' as Apple claimed.
Microsoft has said that speculation of a Blu-ray add-on drive is "premature." That doesn't stop us from speculating though, right?
In the third part of our detailed investigation into memory technology, our resident expert, Ryan J. Leng, dives into memory generations and detail its revolutionary, then evolutionary technical break-throughs that lead us up to today's systems.
The SATA International Organization is working on an extension to the external SATA spec which allows devices to draw power directly from the host PC.
We've dug a bit deeper to find out some more information on the Macbook Air. I've included some analysis and pictures in here as well.
CES 2008: OCZ has entered the SSD market with two new drives at varying capacities. It says that it'll develop and improve the performance quite quickly.
Rumours are that Paramount is set to move to the Blu-ray format too, abandoning HD DVD. Could the format wars be over already?
If you need a bit more space on your laptop, how's about a 2.5" 500GB SATA drive from Hitachi? Plenty of storage, but does such voluminous capacity come at a price?
The Asus EeePC is an inexpensive phenomenon - but here at bit-tech we're never happy with just leaving things alone. We increase the capacity of the tiny notebook eight fold to over 32GB, with this elegant and very simple mod anyone can do.