High-end wireless gaming mice under £100 are a rare thing - can this Corsair model compete with the best?
Crystal Dynamics not impressed.
Sony has revealed more details of the interface, user account control and social aspects of the PS4.
Google's App Inventor for Android aims to easily let you create your own software, without programming knowledge
Valve has finally rolled out the re-designed interface for Steam.
We revisit the Linux version of HTPC app Boxee with the help of Zotac's latest Ion-F motherboard and Nvidia's GPU video acceleration to see if this is the future low power, truly silent HTPC solution.
Windows 7 is finally here and after months of testing across many different machines, we're able to give our verdict. Read on to find out if Windows 7 is Microsoft's best operating system to date.
Will ATI up its memory bus to 384-bit for its forthcoming RV870 GPU design?
If you've got a library of HD content and are looking for an easy way to get it onto your HDTV then the latest Icy Box could be just what you're after. Boasting playback of even the beefiest 1080p files and with a list of supported codecs as long as an MP's expenses claim is this a genuine alternative to a full HTPC?
New technology will be primarily targeted at solid state disks before it hits the mechanical hard drive industry.
When you're building your own system, it's important to understand what is happening inside. One thing that's often overlooked is thermal interface material - a simple concept, but one that's often misunderstood. We explain how it works and share some tips to help you get the best out of your system.
Bill Gates demonstrated a wall-size multi-touch interface remarkably similar to Cubit at the 2008 Microsoft CEO Summit, based around infra-red lasers and a tracking camera.
New York art and technology centre Eyebeam has unveiled an open-source project that enables people to build their own multi-touch table-top interfaces similar to Microsoft's Surface.
The BIOS has been around for more than 20 years now, so you could say it's been around for a while. Is it time for a replacement? Well, MSI has just begun trials of its first mobo with an EFI BIOS - we bring you up to speed with what it does, and if it's worth getting excited about.
Media streaming software TVersity is due to receive a brand-spanking new user interface thanks to a deal with design company Trifold Designs, and it's already looking pretty snazzy.
Zotac has today announced the first graphics card to sport DisplayPort - the new display interface standard that's set for widespread adoption during 2008.
There's a new display interface coming to town soon and we felt we needed know more about DisplayPort. After talking with some VESA members at IDF, Tim Smalley takes a deep dive into the technology and pops up on the other side...
A report suggesting that the launch of AMD's next-generation R600 graphics processor has been delayed until March.
User interfaces have barely moved on from the desktop metaphor that Windows uses today. We take a look at interfaces using touchscreens, wands, dogs, Xerox and even Doom to see what could come next.
Have you ever felt the frustration of incompetent friends and family unable to work their technology? Then this won't surprise you...
A posting to a Mozilla newsgroup gives a suggestion of the direction the team is taking for the next major release of FireFox.
Creative have launched a competitor to the iPod video, called the Zen Vision:M. They're not just after them in the stores though - there's talk of a lawsuit.
X360 demo kiosks, and PS3 user interface. Plus, Jack Thompson comes across as surprisingly sane in a new interview.
Creative have won a patent covering MP3 player interfaces for their Zen models which may also cover Apple's iPod. Microsoft also hold a patent that the iPod infringes on. Dark days for Cupertino Legal.
Google, the search engine giant, continue their expansion into new areas with the launch of their instant messaging service, Google Talk.
How many years have you been using a mouse? The big question is how many more are you going to have to keep using it?