Intel teases 'Odyssey' graphics events
Hype building for 2020 dGPU launch.
Promises a 'direct pipeline' for modders.
Intel is warning partners to prepare for incoming high-resolution laptops and PCs in 2013.
Looks to shame big retailers into removing overpriced HDMI cables from sale.
In a market of many media players, how does Asus stand out from the crowd with its O!Play HD2?
A £40 graphics card? Surely that's as useful as a chocolate teapot? We take a look at AMD's latest and cheapest Radeon from the HD 5000 series, the HD5450, see how it stacks up against integrated graphics and find out in what situations it might be a great buy.
A.C.Ryan is back with a High-Definition capable media player that includes an in-build hard drive and compatibility with every video and audio format you can shake a stick at. How good is the interface and how intuitive is it to use though?
Sky is planning on launching a 3D TV channel next year, which is compatible with its current range of Sky+ HD boxes - although dorky glasses will be required.
The next version of iTunes is due to bring Blu-ray playback to the Mac - and not before time - according to information on the "About iTunes" dialogue.
Stealth Computer has launched a fanless mini-desktop capable of full-HD playback via DVI or HDMI - but the silent design comes with a hefty price tag.
The latest range of MacBook hardware, featuring a Mini DisplayPort as its only video output option, enforces DPCP DRM on certain iTunes video files - preventing playback via VGA.
Beleaguered Korean corporation Samsung has taken the wrapping off its next-generation quad-HD LCD panel, featuring 120Hz refresh rate and a massive 82" visible screen size.
Toshiba, fresh from defeat in the HD format war, has announced the worlds smallest TrueHD camera head, weighing just 65g.
According to the European HD DVD Promotional group, the introduction of the cheaper PS3 will not affect the format war - it's being fought out between stand-alone players.
As if we were not already tired of the format war going on between HD DVD and Blu-ray, the Chinese government has seen fit to introduce a new player into the market.
Intel's D975XBX2 is an up-rated version of the D975XBX board and now comes with more enthusiast friendly features. We found out if the ageing 975X chipset still constitutes a worthwhile investment.
CES 2007: Best known for their Chocolate phones, LG is marching forth to defuse the ongoing format wars with an optical disc player that reads both the major formats. Cease fire!
Onboard audio has progressed massively, and Creative X-Fi is the enthusiast's add-in card of choice. Is there room for another soundcard in the market? We find out why the Inferno might be the best choice yet.
Film studio Warner Brothers is beginning to release films in a hybrid disc format, with both DVD and HD-DVD on the same disc. Could this be the edge over Blu-Ray the format needs?
In something of an unexpected move, Sony won't be messing with the people that bought into HDTV before digital inputs became standard. HD over Component!
Whilst we're not alone in loving our gadgets, Chris Caines takes a look at why he won't be replacing some of his faithful technology for a long while. HDTV? The time is not now.
Panasonic will have 50GB dual-lay BD-ROM discs by the end of the month. Yet even this is not enough storage for some.
Think size isn't everything? Try telling Korean electronics giant, LG, who unveiled a whopping 102-inch plasma screen last week's KES 2005 show.
HDR games have a new best friend. We take an exclusive hands-on look of the world's first Extreme Dynamic Range display, the high definition HDR DR37-P from Canada's Brightside Technologies. It will change the way you look at LCD forever.
The war between the next generation standards continues. Samsung has announced that they'll produce a dual format DVD machine that is capable of playing both Blu-ray and HD DVD formats if no agreement can be reached.
The whole idea of having a PC in your living room is really starting to take off and manufacturers see it as a market with huge growth potential. We have a look at AOpen's i915GMm-HFS Pentium M motherboard. It's packed with oodles of home theatre goodies - could it make the ideal HTPC?
Twentieth Century Fox have announced they will support the Blu-ray high definition format. Films will include Alien, Die Hard and X-Men series, and TV shows like 24, The Simpsons and Family Guy will appear.
Trigger happy Walmart employees have hinted that Xbox 360 will launch at US$299.99, as widely expected. But what of UK pricing? And will Xbox 360 games cost more than Xbox titles?
1080up.org aims to convince Nintendo that HD is the future, and Revolution should support it.
ATI talks to us about the technology behind the Xbox 360, and reveals some interesting facts about the architecture and its comparisons to existing PC cards.
If you ain't in HD, you ain't nowhere: Xbox 360 is HD; PS3 can run two HD screens; now Fileshack allows you to experience E3 in HD-o-Vision