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Network drive failures, audio issues abound.
AMD reveals that its CPU and GPU teams will now be united in a single product group, focusing on CPUs with integrated graphics.
Nvidia reveals that shifting PhysX to OpenCL is a possibility in the future, enabling owners of ATI cards to use PhysX too.
The Khronos Group reveals the spec for OpenGL 3.1, which removes many of the legacy features that were still included in OpenGL 3.0.
Godfrey Cheng, Director of Technical Marketing in AMD's Graphics Products Group, has said that PhysX will die if it remains a closed and proprietary standard.
The Khronos Group has released the first version of the OpenCL specification right on schedule - AMD, Intel and Nvidia are on board.
Intel has announced the availability of draft rev. 0.9 for USB 3.0 Host Controller Interface specs. An updated draft (v0.95) is expected in Q4.
Futuremark, creator of 3DMark and PCMark, has announced the formation of the Futuremark Games Studio.
IDF FALL 07: Pat Gelsinger announces the formation of the USB 3.0 promoters' group. Specification will be finalised in 1H08.
The iPhone Dev Wiki has managed to unlock the iPhone so that you can make calls using any AT&T or Cingular SIM card.
Those with mighty power requirements need an equally mighty power supply. After spending thousands of your hard earned cash on some high end components, surely you want to top it of with a PSU that'll stand up to the task? We check out six units rated between 900W and 1100W.
Universal Music Group has decided not to renew its annual contract to sell music through Apple's iTunes music store.
Earlier this week, Blockbuster video announced that it was going to expand its line of Blu-ray titles into another 1450 stores in America. HD DVD has shrugged this off as an insignificant event.
We round up a selection of heatsinks that will set you back around £30-40. The current platform of choice is Core 2, so we've tested them all in an LGA775 motherboard. However, most will also work on AM2 boards too. Let's find out what's on offer...
CEBIT 2007: Solid state storage is going to be a big thing this year. Team Group showed us a prototype 128GB SSD, but performance isn't up to scratch just yet...
CEBIT 2007: Team Group showed us the fruits of its collaboration with leading heatsink manufacturer, ThermalRight, today - did you ever wonder if your heatspreaders were big enough?
Are you in the market for a decent wireless router? We test four routers from D-Link, Netgear, TrendNet and Zyxel to find out which satisfies the hardware enthusiast’s needs the best.
Keyboards, headphones, joysticks, steering wheels and flight rudder pedals will go under the bit-tech microscope today as we take a look at Saitek, Everglide, Logitech and Microsoft's gaming peripheral offerings.
We put five mice to the test to see how much bang you can really get for your buck. With Santa-time approaching, what festive rodent should you ask for in your stocking?
We have a look at six different GeForce 7900 GS cards from BFG Tech, EVGA, Galaxy, Inno3D, Point Of View and XFX. We evaluate the real-world performance delivered by these cards and compare it to ATI's Radeon X1900GT and X1800GTO.
We have three quite different laser mice from Microsoft, Logitech and Razer, along with a couple of mice mats designed with gamers in mind. Which combination will be the fragger's new best friend?
Looking to upgrade your display? We have five of the best widescreen monitors on test. Check out how they perform in our image analysis and real-world gameplay tests. Not only that, but win goodies from little-gamers.com too!