Review Wreckfest Review
Only Fools and Horsepower.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
Major upgrade over the original Gamebuino.
Breaks Scratch out into the real world.
Pupil roll-out may take 'several weeks.'
Download the lot in PDF format, for free.
Even as the government pushes coding.
Promises to open-source its design.
Free educational resources for all.
Leveraging its console design wins AMD is pushing a new AMD optimised API.
Phil Pratt-Szeliga's Rootbeer allows almost any Java code to run on a GPU, for impressive performance gains.
Google's Eric Schmidt has promised cash to train and equip UK computer science teachers.
Start-up Algotochip has launched a service which can turn a C-code algorithm into a physical chip in just eight weeks.
Despite evidence of chicanery, reports of a computing in schools programme for the BBC have been declared genuine.
Gareth walks us through some simple and fun Arduino projects.
The National Museum of Computing has played host to an interesting experiment in retro coding.
Google's App Inventor for Android aims to easily let you create your own software, without programming knowledge
Google has launched a public version of its internal programming language Go, which is open-source and promises a range of improvements over traditional languages.
Start up Appcelerator has launched a public test build of Titanium, an open source platform for the development of web applications that aims to beat Adobe's Air.
Chip manufacturer Intel is advising developers to concentrate on coding for scalability, believing the future of computing lies in hundreds and thousands of processing cores.
The Open Graphics Project has announced availability of the worlds first open-source graphics card, but don't think you can just buy it and plug it in - it's a development platform.
The Blizzard Challenge is a project set up by the University of Edinburgh aimed at creating a speech synthesiser as close to human speech as is possible - and you can get involved.
It's almost three years since we last interviewed David Kirk, Nvidia's Chief Scientist. And with everything going on in the industry right now, it was a great time to catch up with him to find out where he sees the industry going and how Nvidia will be part of that.
IDF SPRING 08: Intel's researchers talked about a new parallel programming model called Ct - it's designed to make threading exceptionally easy.
MySpace has announced plans for a development platform allowing programmers the chance to develop new ways to drive people to MySpace. Oh, and you get some ad revenue, too.
The World-Wide Web Consortium has released the first working draft for the next version of the HyperText Markup Language, and it's got some pretty nifty new features.
Interested in developing web applications and tools? Zimki is a Java framework that is designed to make it simple to get code up and running.
Google has announced a programming contest, known as Code Jam, in a move to find Europe's most talented computer scientists.
ATI's next-generation GPU will have many of the features found in the Xbox 360 graphics processing unit. One feature that won't be included is the E-DRAM chip.