Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Tom Smith has announced the launch line-up for his Japanese gaming themed nightclub.
Eizo usually caters for image professionals, but the new Foris range is the company's first foray into entertainment screens. Expect high quality images, more features than you could possibly want, excellent build quality and probably a price to match!
Sony has confirmed that all of the MMOs it will be involved with in the future, which isn't a small list, will be available to play on consoles.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel sees the next evolution of the Internet as one that's embedded. 15 billion connected devices by 2015, reckons Pat.
SCE head honcho Kaz Hirai says that Home will be worth the wait, even despite the massive delays, hype and anticipation surrounding the service.
Microsoft has said that speculation of a Blu-ray add-on drive is "premature." That doesn't stop us from speculating though, right?
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...
The Entertainment Retailers Association (ERA) has called for the music industry to put an end to DRM, citing it as the reason why music sales are declining in the UK.
An online survey conducted by IBM suggests that more people are turning away from their television and turning to the internet as the primary place for media usage.
Robbie Bach, Head of Entertainment at Microsoft, didn't sell $6.2 million of stock. No, he sold $9.2 million of Microsoft stock.
Sierra Entertainment has announced that World in Conflict, the highly anticipated real-time strategy game from Massive Entertainment, has gone gold.
Crave Entertainment has announced the development of a game based on the Napoleon Dynamite movie.
SEGA has followed up the announcement that Obsidian Entertainment will be making an Alien RPG, by stating that Gearbox Software will be making the Alien FPS.
The makers of Neverwinter Nights 2 and Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic will soon be making an Alien RPG. Can they pull it off?
Sony Computer Entertainment America has acknowledged the upscaling problems we reported last week and is reportedly working on a fix...
iPod has signed a deal with 6 major airlines which will allow users to plug their iPods straight into the inflight entertainment.
We're dodging bullets, throwing grenades and cowering in foxholes in Relic's brilliant new RTS World War 2 game - Company of Heroes. Want the lowdown on the graphical power required to run this bad-boy, then step this way, and prepare for one of the greatest games ever made...
CeBIT 2006: Visitors to Creative's stand in Hall 23 are in for a special treat this year: a trio of bit-tech case mods to drool over. We built these custom rigs to promote the new X-Fi soundcard range.
IDF FALL 05: Intel's new brand, VIIV, already has its first poster child. 'Golden Gate' is a Pentium M system for the desktop and living room. It's tiny, and pretty funky too.
IDF FALL 05: Intel has a new brand, designed to replicate the success of Centrino on the desktop. In a Matrix-style twist, however, they're being very tight-lipped about what's actually in it. We're following the white rabbit...
After yesterday's All-In-Wonder X800 XL launch, we have managed to get hold of some more information on the new product...
Earlier today, ATI announced the latest addition to its All-In-Wonder family, which is the first high-end All-In-Wonder product on PCI-Express. It is based on the very popular Radeon X800 XL and we finally have pictures of the card...
Today, ATI announce the release of the All-In-Wonder X800 XL - the first high-end PCI-Express addition to the All-In-Wonder family. It is expected to be available later this summer, read on for more details.