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AlphaGo trounces human champion.
Google has launched a public version of its internal programming language Go, which is open-source and promises a range of improvements over traditional languages.
Rumours have again surfaced that Sony is working to create a PSP phone system, with work set to start on the project very soon.
COMPUTEX 09: Despite Intel giving us the smiles yesterday, bit-tech has seen confirmed roadmaps of the future of Core i7.
Sony and BT's wireless communication package for the PSP, Go!Messenger, is to be released tomorrow across the UK.
Sony has released the latest firmware update in Europe - this includes the Skype functionality it announced at CES.
Gamers might want to hold off before buying their next notebook - Nvidia just announced that the 8800M GPU is on the way.
The iPhone Dev Wiki has managed to unlock the iPhone so that you can make calls using any AT&T or Cingular SIM card.
Matrox has entered the digital era with the TripleHead2Go, as it now comes complete with DVI ports and more. We find out if three-way is the way to go.
COMPUTEX 2007: We have a bash at some retro gaming while going ultra portable, yet, still retaining a use of a full keyboard and decent sized screen.
It's about time, too - the graphics company finally snags gamers with an all-digital version of its three monitor scaler.
Want a gaming laptop with an X1800XT graphics card and Intel Core Duo processor? Rock are stepping up to the mark with just such a machine and boy, it's a fast one.
Remember the Parhelia? Well, Matrox is revising triple-screen gaming - but this time, it runs off your NVIDIA SLI setup. Prepare to own your mates at Counter-Strike! Prepare for Matrox Triplehead2Go.
Looking for a desktop replacement gaming system? Don't want to compromise on CPU power? This new system from Evesham - we avoid the term laptop - sports an AMD FX-60 CPU with a 7800 graphics chip. It's heatpipe central under there.
The latest gaming notebook from Rock sports a 7800 GTX graphics chip, a Pentium M processor as well as a gorgeous 17" screen. It's also overclockable! We find out if this is truly the nicest enthusiast gaming notebook on the planet.
After yesterday's announcement from ASUS, NVIDIA have followed by revealing the specifications of GeForce Go 7300. It seems that ASUS are NVIDIA's only launch partner at the moment.
NVIDIA are launching their 7800 GTX mobile part today. Evesham is one of the first manufacturers off the block with a notebook based around the chip. Nvidia claim that the mobile part is just as fast as the desktop 7800 GTX - could they possibly be right?
In the market for a notebook? This model from Fujitsu Siemens sports GeForce 6800 graphics and a Pentium M processor, not to mention at 17" screen. The team at TrustedReviews.com check it out.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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