Intel details 10th Gen, 10nm Ice Lake CPUs
9W-28W mobile parts only.
Raspberry Pi 4 brings new GPU, USB 3.0, 4K
Up to 4GB of RAM, too.
Video: Raijintek booth tour at Computex 2019
High-quality water-cooling parts and monster cases.
ATIs Multiple VPU system will employ an external connector. And there was much rejoicing.
Google maps may still be in beta, but that hasn't stopped people from bending it to their wills.
The gaming joygasm known as E3 opens this week, and the big names are squaring up for a fight.
Interested in seeing the Saga in digital, 1080p projection? We've found a review of the technology, as well as listings of digital-enabled locations.
Microsoft talks about Windows Genuine Advantage, the new verify-your-legit-copy-of-Windows scheme that will be bugging your downloads for the forseeable future.
There appears to be a bit of a PR war going on at the moment between the big guns in the memory world. Today, it is Corsair's turn to stick its oar in.
According to several vendors, HyperThreading has some serious security flaws that will affect multi-user systems.
With NDAs expiring and MTVs blaring, the world's media have gone berserk with coverage of Microsoft's Xbox 360 launch.
Popular US hardware outlet New Egg comes to the UK, and Gateway takes another stab.
Redmond is currently working on a more secure version of windows to be run on older hardware. Is this the return of the Network Computer?
Following Shuttle's announcement this week of a Media Center-ready barebones XPC, Naser at TBreak.com decided he could go one better and mod a standard XPC with a 5-inch LCD screen.
A teenager got something of a surprise on Wednesday night when his iPod exploded after an accidental adventure in the family washing machine.
More details of the eagerly-awaited Quake 4 have come about in an exclusive in-depth preview of the title in UK games magazine, PCGamer. In short, the title is shaping up to be a stonker.
Mr Frodo hosts a special XBOX 360 'event' on MTV tonight (US), which should give us the first confirmed looks of the new console
NVIDIA are set to introduce a new version of its GeForce 6200 TurboCache video card, featuring 128MB of local frame buffer.
AMD says that the X2 processor is well head of rival chips from Intel, and that it's on course to convert its entire processor line to dual-core ahead of anyone else.
Need something a little different to power your electronics projects? Why not customise an ATX PSU with an on/off switch and some binding posts?
NVIDIA is expected to unveil its new graphics processor at Computex. Is it fed up of waiting for R520?
OCZ and ASUS join forces to deliver ultra-fast PC2-8000 rated DDR2 memory modules.
Widgets of Mass Destruction being developed as we speak? Oh, the Humanity...
Board partners are already introducing 512MB in to the performance mainstream sector, is it really required?
WebSideStory shows that Firefox has nabbed even more of IE's market share
August 13 2019 | 08:30
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