Ampere launches 32-core, 3.3GHz Arm chip
16-core variant available, too.
EC closes its repayment case.
Dell's V130 ultra-slim laptop is the first to ship with Intel's Hyperbaric Cooling technology.
ATI has officially launched the Radeon HD 6500M and 6300M mobile GPUs.
Kingston has officially unveiled the HyperX MAX 3.0 range of USB-connected SSDs.
Hitachi, in conjunction with NEDO, has developed a technology for producing 24TB HDDs.
A zero-day flaw in all versions of Windows bypasses UAC and puts users at serious risk.
Market watcher DRAMeXchange is expecting prices to drop massively by the end of the year.
OCZ has announced two new RAM series, the performance Blade 2 and low-profile XTE.
Diaspora, which aims to address privacy concerns surrounding Facebook, is asking for users.
A security researcher has developed the technology for a network card rootkit.
US PC maker Digital Storm has announced the Hailstorm, a sub-zero gaming PC.
Web privacy firm Anonymizer has released Nevercookie, an anti-Evercookie plugin for Firefox.
ARM co-founder Hermann Hauser predicts that the company will 'obliterate' Intel.
LSI has launched its latest PCIe SSD, offering sustained speeds of up to 1,400MB/s.
Intel Capital, the chip giant's investment arm, has announced deals totalling $77M.
AMD has set its enmities aside and teamed up with Intel on the MeeGo Linux project.
Hitachi has announced a trio of solid-state storage devices featuring ultra-fast performance.
With the same X25-M G2 tech, Intel adds a late drop in between its 80GB and 160GB SSDs.
We look at the best designs posted in our forum two weeks into Stage 1
A test build of GPU-Z has been released that disables the power limiter on GTX 580 boards.
ARM has announced its first Midgard GPU, the Mali-T604, offering a five-fold performance boost.
Modders are warned to be careful of the battery in Apple's MacBook Air, which is unusually fragile.
Nvidia partner Galaxy look like it's planning to put the GTX 460 on a crash diet.
German-based memory start-up Exceleram has taken the wraps off its upcoming products.
Asus has jumped the gun, posting specifications for its first GTX 580-based card on its web site.
Intel may launch Sandy Bridge CPUs are CES, but it's later we get to see performance results.
New figures claim that AMD has almost 62 percent of the dedicated notebook graphics market.