Gigabyte unveils semi-SBC Celeron board
Aims at the industrial market.
One of the cheapest FreeSync monitors on the market passes through our labs.
Sadly just a concept design, for now.
Drops the price to £11.99, too.
VIA's low-cost ARM-based APC8750 has hit the UK, but can it lick the competition?
Tiny pico-ITX-style box packs impressive power.
Intel's CEO has claimed ARM will go the way of VIA and Transmeta.
VIA has officially announced the VAB-800, a Cortex-A8-based pico-ITX single-board computer.
Applied Materials claims to have solved the problem of creating sub-20nm interconnects.
VIA has announced the ARM-based APC 8750, a neo-ITX machine clearly inspired by the Raspberry Pi.
With Nvidia, VIA and AMD exiting from BAPCo, we take a look at real world benchmarking.
VIA's first ever multi-core CPU part: its aptly dual-core Nano platform, gets a grilling on our test bench.
A tiny Pico-ITX barebone kit for a fuss-free tiny PC, but what about the performance?
Rumour has it that the littlest x86 licensee, Via, will be producing a quad-core chip in 2011.
We ask VIA just about everything - its past, its changes, and where PCs are going.
After a brief chat with VIA and its tablet, the company claims ARM is superior to X86.
VIA has taken the wraps of its new Mobile-ITX form factor, which crams an x86 compatible CPU, memory, and chipset into a 6x6cm space - although requires a separate IO board.
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.
Old fashioned applicances are rarely considered in modern design but Jeffrey Stephenson's Project: Ingraham is testament to the fact that they go great with modding! Jeffrey explains how it's done.
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.
Nvidia's president, Jen-Hsun Huang, says that the Ion 2 will use VIA's Nano processor, as well as Intel's Atom like the current Ion platform.
Rumours of Nvidia's exit from the chipset market may have been exaggerated, but VIA has confirmed that it will only manufacture motherboard chipsets for its own line of CPUs.
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.
What is on our desk? This time round we've got hold of a bunch of USB keys, a copy of Zombie Fluxx and a USB powered game of Whac-a-mole and some stylish hard drive enclosures. How do we rate this wondrous bounty? Find out within!
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.
VIA has just announced its next-generation CPU architecture for UMPCs. It's known as the Isaiah architecture and it was demonstrated running Crysis fairly well...
Our hard-rocking modder Wolverine is back - this time with a whole new style. He's headed to us with a wall-mounted HTPC that's 1kg of components, 10kg of acrylic and 100kg of awesome detail cuts. So step in and check it out!
VIA's EPIA range goes from strength to strength and the latest upgrade to the EX provides a 1.5GHz CPU, DDR2, DVI and component output on-board, with frugal power requirements compared to anything else on the market. How does it stand up to the mighty AMD 690G chipset? We find out.
Due to VIA suffering a license dispute and falling market share the Intel chipset market, it has quit while it's ahead. Instead the company will focus solely on making chipsets for its own C7 CPUs.
COMPUTEX 2007: We have a bash at some retro gaming while going ultra portable, yet, still retaining a use of a full keyboard and decent sized screen.
COMPUTEX 2007: VIA shows off the world's smallest fully functional x86 PC. Its mobile-ITX form factor is just 75mm x 45mm in size.
IDF SPRING 2007: Mobile Experts, Dadi Perlmutter and Anand Chandrasekher, offer insights into the future of the UMPC and Intel's vision of Internet connectivity.
Every year, it seems like the many trade shows are becoming fewer. Some shrink, some merge, and others just die altogether. With CeBIT around the corner, Brett Thomas has started to wonder: Are we witnessing the end of an era?