Cooler Master begins PUBG mod contest
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The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Hardware translation just that efficient.
VIA's first ever multi-core CPU part: its aptly dual-core Nano platform, gets a grilling on our test bench.
Rumour has it that the littlest x86 licensee, Via, will be producing a quad-core chip in 2011.
Kingmax has announced a new cooling technology for its RAM - invisible heat sinks.
VIA has announced a new Nano range - the Nano 3000 series - which it hopes will challenge Intel's dominance of the netbook market, offering improved performance over the Atom.
Samsung is back with a 12.1in clone of its hugely successful NC10 netbook. There's a lot more to it than that though, as the NC20 is one of the first laptops to be based around VIA's Nano processor. Does Samsung's slinky ultraportable retain all of the charm its little brother had? Read on to find out.
Dell is set to launch a new server based around Via's low-power Nano chip, which packs twelve independent servers into a single 3.5" case.
Windows Vista Service Pack 2 has been released to manufacturers, with a public release planned for later this quarter.
Jen-Hsun Huang reportedly dismisses the rumours about Nvidia buying shares in VIA, and says the two companies are just working together on Ion 2.
Intel hands over the development of the Linux-based Moblin OS to the open-source community, opening it up to anyone.
VIA reportedly plans to issue 300 million new shares, and the rumour mill reports that VIA is in talks with Nvidia.
VIA's new VX855 chip features hardware acceleration for H.264 video at 1080p, enabling netbooks to playback HD video.
Nvidia retaliates to Intel's claims about Ion with a presentation of its own, claiming that Ion offers 10x the performance using 55 percent less space than Intel's own Atom chipset.
Steve Jobs last night unveiled the winter 2008 range of iPods at the same time as announcing iTunes 8.
VIA has launches the new Nano processor, formerly codenamed Isaiah, as part of the new VIA EPIA-SN platform.
AMD's chief marketing officer has quashed rumours that the company is due to launch an ultra-low-voltage chip for 'netbook' devices aimed at competing with Intel's Atom processor line.
COMPUTEX 2008: VIA has announced an updated version of the mini-ITX form factor and has also teamed up with Nvidia to create optimised PCs.
The Japanese Ministry of Trade is asking Apple to investigate reports that the popular iPod Nano is prone to overheating while charging that can cause the battery to ignite.
Only a few more days to go in our mod of the year competition and for our eighth winner we have something a little different...
IBM has just revealed that 32nm chips will be available to its partners late next year, including Microsoft. That means that the 360 could skip 45nm altogether!
You, like everyone else in the world, are probably all hyped up over Crysis - but will your system be able to run it? Check the minimum and suggested system requirements to find out.
The iPod Nano is a hot item - so hot, in fact, that it caught fire inside of a man's trouser pocket.
Last time it was Tim and Richard who were lucky enough to grab a look at Crysis and they came back with some slightly controversial thoughts. Now we send Joe into the multiplayer beta to find out what he thinks about the best-looking PC game ever.
Almost two weeks back, we told you guys about the iPod Nano supposedly getting a makeover. Well now the rumours have turned into facts and Apple has introduced a completely redone iPod lineup.
It's about that time again. Time for a refresh to the iPod product line, that is.
The new HDMI version of the 360 Premium has been cracked open and is revealed to be without the new Falcon chipset.
IBM has turned to nature for the newest methods for creating its chips -- and the results may be the closest to perfection yet.
A Microsoft representative has stated that the company hopes to launch its Zune music player in Europe before the end of the year.
Take one new, metal iPod Nano. Add the new, plastic packaging. Mix with some scissors and voila!
We take a break from real news to bring you this story of parents suing each other over one girl borrowing another's iPod. Could this only be popular because it features the words 'iPod Nano'?
Lovers of the Sandisk Sansa MP3 players will be happy to know that a new model is coming out, expanding storage to 8GB. Did we mention it's cheaper than the 4GB Nano?
Apple has now struck a deal with the auto manufacturers for better iPod support. Starting in 2007, expect to see the improvements in car stereos from Ford, GM and Mazda.
Do you carry a lot of technology around with you? Got a hefty commute or a regular flight schedule? Take a look at these ultra-chic cases, they might be just the thing you've been longing for.
Want to use your iPod whilst working out? A new collaboration between the two massive brands turns your portable tunes machine into a personal trainer.
Apple has released a firmware update for the iPod Nano and Video iPod that lets users limit the volume coming out through their device. I said it limits the volume. I SAID... nevermind.
This week, Japanese schoolgirl madness, using Skype from your mobile on the cheap, the best iPod speakers we've ever heard, an infra-red thermometer and the 1GB iPod nano.
The music player just got smaller - well, in capacity, anyway. The new 1GB Nano offers all the same functionality, just with less capacity and a smaller price tag. Will you be tempted?
Wil Harris is fed up of the imitation culture of the tech industry, having witnessed a million-and-one knock-offs at CES. Bring on the companies with vision and originality!
Apple is being sued over iPod nano scratches. Meanwhile, no surprise what the most popular iPod video download has been so far.
Apple's financial results are the best ever - and Mac shipments aren't slowing down, despite the imminence of MacTels.
Motorola Exec derides Nano, espouses Rockr. Motorola PR goes into Spin City...