Arm releases client CPU roadmap
Goes gunning for Intel.
Creative has put out a new driverset for those punters lucky enough to have X-Fi cards. Less crashes, less crackling and better support ahoy.
Retail versions will now not arrive until early 2007. Couple that with layoffs and lawsuits, and this hasn't been a good start to Bill's week.
Merom is the mobile version of the Core microarchitecture, Conroe's little brother. Look out for it towards the end of August.
Annoyed that your 120GB hard drive actually only gives you 111GB? Customers have taken WD to task for making 'false' claims about capacity.
NVIDIA has begun the selection process for who will be the fab-centre for its upcoming move to an 80-nanometre manufacturing process with either TSMC or UMC.
A class-action law suit has been filed regarding Microsoft's anti-piracy software, Windows Geniune Advantage, due to the information it takes from customer's systems. The law suit is very similar to the Sony rootkit debacle.
ATI's upcoming R600 graphics processing unit is rumoured to be a great DirectX 9 performer. This makes sense because there will be very few DirectX 10 games when it launches.
Rumours coming from Taiwan suggest that AMD is ready to introduce a cut-cache Athlon 64 X2 3600+ to help it combat Intel's aggressive dual core drive.
ATI's major board partner steps up to the mark with an Avivo-enabled, low-profile Radeon X1600 Pro video card that has support for sound and video over HDMI.
ATI board partner HIS has released the first Radeon X1000-series card that sports a PCI-Express x1 interface.
Intel's Core-based server chip is now shipping. Conroe isn't far behind - can Intel revamp its luck in the server market in the face of competition from Opteron?
Details of Sapphire's upcoming Radeon X1800GTO² has appeared on the web. It's based on the now discontinued R520 graphics processing unit with a 512MB frame buffer.
AMD will discontinue its previous top-end socket to make way for AM2, but the king of budget will live on.
New screenshots show funky new features in the pre-release version of Apple's Leopard, including virtual desktops.
Fancy a 1TB PVR with HD-DVD recording ability? Toshiba is stepping up to the mark with a £2000 player. Dig out the wallet...
The BDP-S1 is pushed way, way back, possibly in order to make sure that there are enough PS3s to go around.
The two already have a manufacturing relationship but they have announced plans to create a hybrid device that could end the format wars.
A job posting says that Microsoft is looking to recruit a physics developer to work on a new module for Direct X. What happens to AGEIA and Havok?
Thinking about building your own 'bot to keep you company? Microsoft wants it to run a Windows OS. Just when you thought LEGO couldn't get more complicated...
Nintendo's latest console apes Microsoft's new Xbox, with specialised RAM that can be used for 'free' anti-aliasing.
Jobs' mob face a torrid time, as music fans protest against iTunes DRM, calling it 'defective by design'.
A new Intel presentation suggests that 24% of Intel PCs shipped so far this year are BTX, and there are plans to up this number.
AMD's Damon Muzny has confirmed that the chip maker is set to simplify its product lineup over the next couple of months by removing all 1MB L2 cache chips from its product stack.
The giant from Redmond wants you to 'Stop typing, start talking' on MSN messenger. Presumably 'Stop typing, start taking your clothes off' isn't such a good tagline.
Tom's has devised a rather decent 4GHz rig for £400. But can you do any better?
The memory firm hopes to raise £27m by getting the markets to buy into its business. Hopefully, better memory will ensue.