StarVR, Tobii unveil next-gen StarVR One headset
Still aiming at the enterprise.
Still aiming at the enterprise.
$120, cools up to 250W TDP parts.
We take a look at glasses-free 3D technology, and see how close it is to entering the living room.
We interview screen makers to see why we've only seen TN gaming screens, and what's in the future.
We ask VIA just about everything - its past, its changes, and where PCs are going.
We chat to Sweden's premier case makers, Fractal Design, about its future designs.
We chat with Cooler Master about its future and also get hands-on with the latest HAF
A reliable industry source in Taipei tells us that Intel chipsets won't feature native support for USB 3 until 2012, and SATA 6Gbps won't arrive until late next year either.
Intel's next generation high-end workstation to replace the current X58 systems will have 4-channel DDR3, more PCI-E and arrives in Q3 2011.
We love to obsess over whether PC gaming is dying, but now it's time to look at the other side and examine if console gaming is really as secure as publishers would have us believe. With casual gaming and the credit crunch on the rise, what does the future hold?
In the first of a regular series of articles looking at the giants of the tech industry, we focus on Nvidia - it's had a torrid time over the past 18 months, but in the past, it's always come back stronger when under pressure, so what does the future hold this time for Nvidia?
The UK Government has published the Digital Britain report today and the main points were outlined in parliament today.
Intel must be chuffed, as its physics company, Havok, provided the physics in ten out of the 27 games nominated for a BAFTA.
John Welch, CEO of casual games maker PlayFirst, reckons that the PC market is misunderstood and that consoles are more of a niche than PC.
Nvidia recently held its annual Analyst's Day and, following some comments from Intel at the recent IDF in Shanghai, proceedings were a little unconventional. Nvidia CEO, Jen-Hsun Huang, took the gloves off and went for the jugular - read onto see his vision of the future.
Nvidia has announced that it has already completed the Ageia buyout. CEO Jen-Hsun Huang outlined plans on yesterday's earnings call.
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...
Yes, you guessed it: another possible future processor technology. This time it's the stuff in pencils rather than the stuff that comes out of torches that'll save us all.
The State of Texas has just filed a lawsuit against Future US, the operator of GamesRadar, over data-handling and child privacy laws.
We liked sethnmalice's project "FutureNen" so much that we put it in August's Mod of the Month. You liked it so much that you made it the winner. And now that it's complete, we're bringing you the full log to fall in love with all over again.
After a string of publishers have recently announced major losses this year, Joe Martin examines how such a thing is possible when so many great games are coming out and what it might mean for the gaming outlook next year...
Indie games are the future, says Joe. Prove it, says everyone else. Okay, says Joe and launches himself into a feature discussing the best independent games on the Internet and the effect of indie developers on the industry.
AMD is going for a modular system when making its CPUs in the future, with new cores named "Bulldozer" and "Bobcat".
In a rather bizarre and unexpected announcement, AMD has revealed that former ATI president and CEO, Dave Orton, will leave AMD after just nine months.
IDF SPRING 2007: Configurable Antennas look set to be a big part of the future of wireless networking technology.
VIA technologies faces an uncertain future of possible lawsuits and a shrinking market place. Will the company that was once synonymous with enthusiasts last in the long term?
Direct Deposit, SmartChip, RFID, EFT...doesn't anyone just carry cash anymore? We take a look at the current and future technology of money and some of the history that got us here.
Representatives from both Intel and ATI have responded to the rumours regarding Intel's removal of the ATI chipset license.
When Bill Gates wrote his vision of the future back in 1995, he made a number of outrageous (at the time) predictions about what the digital world would be like in 2006. How have his predictions held up? We take a look back at the book and see what Gates got right and what he got wrong.
The date is unknown, the place is wherever and the person could be anyone. With a description that vague you just HAVE to read it!