Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Gigabyte's new G1-branded board attempts to storm the top end of the X58 motherboard market.
Fujitsu has launched the M440 ECO Mouse; a biodegradable PC peripheral.
SkinnyBytes has launched a range of all-in-one PCs that need no mains power, relying on PoE.
Asus' U33 and U53 series laptops with Bamboo lids and covers arrive in Blighty
Is the cheaper, but slimmed down GeForce GTX 460 768MB is worth buying?
Nvidia finally regains some face with its new mid-range GPU - it's a great performer!
Fermi makes its first foray into the mainstream and has the HD 5850 firmly in its sights
SeaMicro has announced its inaugural product: a server containing 512 Intel Atom processors.
Asus has launched a range of bamboo laptops that are 100% recyclable.
Ubisoft has confirmed that it will only offer digital manuals on console games in the future.
A new survey published by consumer electronics site Retrevo shows that purchasers are routinely ignoring eco-friendly hardware.
Nintendo is still the most eco-unfriendly company, says Greenpeace.
Researchers have, in conjunction with Microsoft Research, created a USB dongle that can keep downloading while your PC is asleep.
The march of ever larger hard drive capacities takes a big step forward with Western Digital's massive 2TB Caviar Green. With four enormous 500GB platters boasting more storage than any other 3.5" drive, we find out how this colossus of hard disk drives performs.
Western Digital has today announced the WD Caviar Green 2TB hard drive - the industry's highest capacity drive to date.
A pair of enterprising hackers have modified a commercial wattmeter to provide live updates to a computer system - and to post totals and usage statistics to Twitter.
Freescale is to launch a new CPU - the i.MX515 - based around ARM's Cortex-A8 system and aimed at the netbook market.
Greenpeace has called the business practices of Nintendo into question, claiming the company is inadequate on many levels.
In-car PCs, Atom products,Recycled packaging with Soya-based Inks - it's all here.
We've all heard of green PCs - but what about a green case? Claiming excellent noise reduction and an innovative thermal management system, the Silentium T2 Eco 80 is a case which seems to have it all - but appearances can be deceiving...
Nintendo and Greenpeace have continued to duke it out publicly about recycling policies and use of toxic chemicals in the Wii.
According to Greenpeace that is, which ranks the company as one of the worst polluters in the industry in a report released recently.
HK Power has introduced a brand new solar powered media player to the market which doubles as a NES emulator.
Dell Computers has announced plans to make the company carbon neutral in 2008 - a full year ahead of previous plans to make the company more eco-friendly.
If you're one of the environmentally conscious out there, then carbon-free webhost Solar Host might be to your liking.
Gaming on a budget? Cheap motherboards worth the bother? Well the new nForce 650i Ultra chipset seems to fit the inexpensive bill quite nicely, and not everyone needs SLI! We test EVGA's board to see if it's really worth spending a few monies instead of a lot.
Gone are the days of just turd-yellow/brown or leaf green motherboards - we've seen many colours of PCB come and go. With such a vast choice available now, we're interested in what floats your boat when it comes to the colour of hardware.
How much wood can a wood modder mod if a wood modder would mod wood? Nick Falzone (aka Greensabbath) has created the successor to his Sangaku case mod and the result is spectacular. Allow us to present: Yuugou.
Not every modding project has to be a scratch build to have that wow factor. We present this fantastic Cooler Master Stacker mod created by the dynamic Dutch duo: Ediejo and Snakez.
We check out the progress of some of the hottest mods in the Project Logs forum right now. A return from Modsquad, a Ferrari paintjob, a custom Cooler Master and a hand-built CNC machine in this edition!
More shiny, happy, modding madness as the Orac³ project continues...
Climbing a modding mountain - The Orac³ project continues...
The second article in the Orac³ project takes things a whole lot further...
"this intellectually snobbish, difficult and incredibly brilliant computer, hand built by an eccentric scientist." Check it out you know you want to...