We take a look at Gigabyte's sub-£500 TRX40 board to see if it can compete with the excellent ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming.
Rick runs down even more gaming highlights of the next twelve months.
Rick runs down the gaming highlights of the coming year.
Mobile internet devices based on the open-source Linux operating system are expected to account for 23 percent of the market by 2013 according to analysts.
The latest Release Candidate for Firefox 3 has hit the Mozilla FTP site, but many users will be disappointed that another round of testing stands between them and a final release.
COMPUTEX 2008: The vice president of marketing at ARM unsurprisingly says the Internet doesn't need x86. Based on the past, we agree.
India is due to get a 15,000 kilometre fibre-optic connection to the UK with a capacity of 3.84 terabits and connection points in a further eleven countries.
IDF SPRING 08: Anand Chandrasehker said this morning that Intel will deliver Mobile Internet Devices to market within 60 days.
Security researchers have uncovered some worrying flaws in Apple's Safari browser, both on MacOS X and Windows.
With the demand for low-cost, fully web capable machines set to soar massively this year, could Windows XP be given another reprieve?
Intel has officially named its Silverthorne processor and Menlow platform - they're known as the Atom processor and the Centrino Atom platform.
Search giant Google is to join six other companies in a project to lay a 6,200 mile undersea cable joining the USA and Japan and capable of carrying 4.8Tb/s.
Microsoft has issued a statement following on from Yahoo!'s rejection of the proposed merger. Could the company still pursue the merger, turning it into a hostile takeover?
The UK Government has drafted plans that would demand ISPs to ban users that illegally download music and films.
Figures published by web monitoring firm XiTi Monitor yesterday reveal the open-source Firefox web browser steadily gaining ground throughout Europe.
Up to 10,000 new homes being built in Ebbsfleet in Kent are being supplied with fibre-optic cabling offering up to 100Mb/s downstream bandwidth in a trial being run by Openreach.
Internet radio service Pandora is to shut off access for UK fans on the 15th of January because the licensing fees demanded by rights organisations are too high.
CES 2008: Skype has announced partnerships with Intel and Sony in order to deliver support for the service on the PSP and Intel-based Mobile Internet Devices.
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...
The first official beta of Firefox 3 is out. What does the internet think of it? Check inside for our web review roundup.
A new study conducted by US analyst firm Nemertes Research is predicting that we will clog up the Internet tubes by the year 2010. Oh noes!
An independent film producer has spoken out to thank Internet pirates for pushing his little-known film into the limelight.
For those who love the satire of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, but now there are all nine years available on its website. Time to say goodbye to productivity at work!
With increasing broadband access and speeds, Adobe plans to make all of its products available through the web in the next decade.
For those who are wondering what ever happened to our former Editor-in-Chief Wil Harris, he's now got his newest project, Channel Flip, off the ground - and it's well worth checking out.
The Pirate Bay has mysteriously acquired IFPI.com, a domain that belonged to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry - the parent company of the RIAA.
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