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Only Fools and Horsepower.
Mechanical, RGB, and low-profile? Tesoro thinks you really can have it all.
May make Spectre exploitation easier.
Robotic choppers take to the air, thanks to a certain aquatic bird.
The old 'I'm just going into a tunnel' excuse will be a thing of the past, as mobile and wireless access heads Underground
Everything has been doubling this year at Computex, and MSI are showing the first dual-GPU 6800 Ultra card we've seen. And it has an SLI connector... quad GPU SLI anyone?
GeCube show off their Uniwise cooling solution in conjunction with ATI's newly-released CrossFire technology. Single slot, silent cooling and super-fast gaming performance. A winning combination?
MSI have an interesting technology showcase stand today - an X800 XL that is capable of running in both PCI-Express and AGP 8x motherboards.
Jetway show off an NForce 4 SLI motherboard with three PCI-Express x16 slots. There's a twist though...
Fed up of playing Need For Speed on your keyboard? Can't hang with your console-owning mates on Tony Hawks? XFX have a couple of new cut-price gamepads that could be just the ticket.
Shuttle are pitching for the Ultimate LAN Party rig with the SN26P, featuring 6800GT SLI in a small form-factor PC
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, apparently. Apple must feel flattered then.
Rumours abound of higher capacity Shuffles, as major manufacturers ramp up production of Flash chips
It's nearly D-Day in the EU vs Redmond dispute, with Brussels on the verge of fining the company for non compliance in it's anti-trust case
Athlon 64 X2 starts shipping in volume today.
The head of the Microsoft Xbox 360 team talks about pricepoint, Halo, and the awesomeness of wireless controllers.
Two G70's up and running... In SLI... In a back room...
Super fast solid state storage - the future for fast storage solutions?
You bastards! The Matrix Online MMORPG plays with shock tactics.
Gigabyte announce a new version of its 3D1 series of dual GPU video cards. This time they've implemented two GeForce 6800 GTs on one card.
Intel is working on a non-Nvidia SLI solution, whilst the green machine preps a revised version of its multi-GPU architecture.
The hardware-fest that is Computex kicks off in Taipei, Taiwan this week. Bit-tech is out there in force to bring you the news!
We take a look at this full-size home theatre case from Arisetek. The Accent is a full-size ATX case that will look great on your A/V rack.
In this week's column, Wil Harris discusses Intel's decision to introduce its dual core Pentium D processors at very affordable prices. It is becoming obvious that Intel is looking for new markets, and has the mainstream user in sight.
It's not just knock off Levi's and DVDs that are coming from the East. Is that CPU genuine?
VIA announce that it is commencing mass production of its new C7 microprocessor, based on IBM's 90nm SOI manufacturing technology, and understood consume no more than 0.1W of power when idle.
The CIA has conducted a three day 'what-if' simulation of a cyber attack against the US.
More embarrassment for Netscape - The latest version breaks XML in IE
Forget HD-DVD or Blu-Ray with their piffling tens of Gigabytes storage capacities. AO-DVD offers nearly a terabyte!