Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
MKR Vidor 4000 unveiled this weekend.
Major upgrade over the original Gamebuino.
€40 for a full 110-switch set.
Impressive specs in a tiny package.
Aims to reduce the number of failures.
'Necessary, effective,' claims Grayling.
Breaks Scratch out into the real world.
Pupil roll-out may take 'several weeks.'
New quad-thread MIPS chip included.
Intel taking the fight to Atmel.
Promises to open-source its design.
No more conflict minerals in its chips.
Numerous improvements, still Quark-based.
Free boards for Windows developers.
Is the 32 year WASD reign at an end?
Intel has unveiled an Arduino-compatible embedded system board that uses an x86 processor and runs Linux.
Arduino answers the Raspberry Pi challenge.
Low-cost microcomputer gets competition.
Cadmium selenide nanocrystals do the trick.
IBM researchers have made a major breakthrough in the field of spintronics.
The Gertboard add-on experimenters' board for the Raspberry Pi is available to order now.
A new material, inspired by graphene, promises light-speed mass-free electron movement.
Gareth walks us through some simple and fun Arduino projects.
CES 2009: Gary Shapiro, president of the CEA, spoke this morning about how the global economic slowdown will affect the consumer electronics industry through 2009.
CES 2009: Ballmer's first CES keynote focused on Windows 7, Windows Live and some new developments in the world of Xbox 360.
IDF FALL 2008: Eric Kim announces Intel's first Consumer Electronics focused system on a chip during his Digital Home keynote.
Delegates from the United Nations are to meet in Indonesia this week to discuss the thorny problem of waste electronics - with the safe disposal of mobile 'phones top of the agenda.
Intel, Samsung Electronics and TSMC have collectively agreed to push forwards with plans to move to 450mm wafer production starting in 2012.
CES 2008: During Intel CEO Paul Otellini's CES Keynote, he talked about the future of the web. Some of it's whacky, but it makes a bit of sense...
We're out in Vegas, covering the hottest announcements from the Consumer Electronics Show. New graphics cards, new laptops, new gadgets - we have it all.
Old, discarded products, that is. Sony and Waste Management have teamed up to open 75 eCycling centers across the US - a country known for normally backward recycling practices.
VESA has approved version 1.1 of the DisplayPort interface for use in flat panel displays, projectors, PCs and CE devices. Could the days of DVI and VGA be numbered?
CES 2007 has come and gone. This year, we're recapping the show by taking you inside the convention halls for a tour of some of the best booths on the floor.
Although E3 has been downscaled there may be a new games trade show popping up in Las Vegas come 2007.
Seeing all those CES 2006 news items zoom by on the right hand side? Stay up to date with the latest happenings from Las Vegas with our handy index.
In the first part of our new series, we take you through the basics of electronics, starting the building block of PCs - electricity. We look at the basic formulae that govern voltage, current and resistence, and introduce you to our first project.