Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
After years trapped in licensing hell, the classic action-RPG is back. But does it still hold up in the days of Dark Souls?
Aims at exascale customers.
Saw that coming.
Up to 256 threads per box.
Interest in Arm growing.
PCIe, M.2 storage for the gaming market.
Wi-Fi hot-spot functionality included.
The M550 SSDs update Crucial's mainstream range and bring improved performance with them.
PCI Express connection for top speeds.
Moonshot miss a near-fatal blow.
Can Crucial's latest SSD take the mainstream market crown?
Predecessor confirms his regrets on that front.
We put SanDisk's new SSD through our suite of benchmarks to see how it compares.
No more rebadged Marvell controllers.
Dell has launched Copper, a range of ARM-based many-core servers.
The One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) project has officially unveiled its £65 XO 3.0 Tablet.
Intel enters the SATA 6Gbps ring with its own SSD based on a Marvell controller.
Faster performance, 25nm NAND chips and a new name.
Got a SATA 6Gbps SSD and fancy adding another one? Then check out the RocketRaid 640.
A-Data has launched its latest SSD range, featuring a Marvell-based SATA 6Gb/sec controller.
Marvell has HyperHDD: a Hybrid HDD concept that can mix and SSD and HDD into one.
The competition to the latest Micron's RealSSD SATA 6Gbps drives is due Q4, earliest.
The BPhone smartphone has just launched in China, and it's an interesting hybrid of bulky smartphone and micro-miniaturised netbook-stroke-tablet PC.
Chip manufacturer Marvell has announced a new 1GHz ARM-based processor, aimed at the smartphone market, which it claims is significantly faster than Qualcomm's Snapdragon.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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