A new standard from the Blu-ray Disc Association dubbed BDXL promises re-writable discs with a 100GB capacity - and write-once discs storing a whopping 128GB.
bit-tech modding guru Max Erlandsson has made yet another stonking scratch build with his latest home theatre PC project. With beautiful lines mixing industrious looks and subtle curves make this a mod you'll really want to see!
Rounding off our short mini-ITX season, we take a look at Intel's tiny G45 based motherboard to deconstruct its build, layout and performance - does Intel's own beat third part manufacturers and is the G45 chipset up to the HTPC task? Read on to find out.
Interested in expanding your TV, film or media consumption to an all capable home theatre PC? Check out our latest buyer's guide to see what the bit-tech team recommends - from ultra tiny mini-ITX, to gaming HD behemoth!
COMPUTEX 08: Relatively unknown motherboard manufacturer, J&W, has its 780G mini-ITX board with breakout box and other cool features.
COMPUTEX 2008: Gigabyte showed us its new G45 mobo playing Blu ray movies on two popular players using a normal VGA connection.
The Open Graphics Project has announced availability of the worlds first open-source graphics card, but don't think you can just buy it and plug it in - it's a development platform.
Sony has unveiled its first pro-level OLED display, an 11" unit designed to be mated with high-definition broadcast cameras.
CeBIT 2008: Intel talks to bit-tech and details its next generation 4-series, Eagle Lake chipsets which should arrive in May.
We have a look at three mATX motherboards from Asus, Gigabyte and MSI based on three of the latest integrated graphics chipsets from Intel, AMD and Nvidia to see which is the best solution for a Home Theatre PC.
The Intel G35 is barely out the door and already the details of the successors, due in just six months, have leaked onto the net.
The AOpen XC Cube EU965 is an SFF based on Intel's G965 chipset that features support for Core 2. We were dying to find out if the XC Cube was capable of matching or even surpassing Shuttle's market-leading XPC products. Read on to find out if it was up to the task...
Gigabyte has announced quad-core support for its entire line of P965/G965 motherboards, including the incredible GA-965P-DQ6 we reviewed last week.
COMPUTEX 2006: Intel announces its 965-series chipsets and claims to 'Reach New Heights' on the 84th floor of Taipei 101 - the world's tallest building.