What would you do with £900? Asus has a suggestion...
£60 micro-ATX tower chassis with outstanding airflow.
Signs a deal with Tencent.
MIPS, meanwhile, returns to the US.
Western Digital fuming.
Looks to go public.
Sets it back more than $335 million.
Despite ongoing losses, revenue drop.
Nearly $1B in unsold stock hits share price.
Fingers crossed for Windows 8 launch.
Slow market and poor demand drops revenue 10%.
Investors are expecting Facebook to hit a $100 billion valuation.
Nintendo's share price has hit a five year low after the Wii U announcement.
It's a good time to have Intel shares.
Jen-Hsun Huang reportedly dismisses the rumours about Nvidia buying shares in VIA, and says the two companies are just working together on Ion 2.
VIA reportedly plans to issue 300 million new shares, and the rumour mill reports that VIA is in talks with Nvidia.
Nortel Networks - manufacturer of high-end networking gear - is feeling the credit crunch, filing for bankruptcy protection.
Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang has made it clear he wants Microsoft to buy his company.
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...
Robbie Bach, Head of Entertainment at Microsoft, didn't sell $6.2 million of stock. No, he sold $9.2 million of Microsoft stock.
Robbie Bach dumps $6.2 million in Xbox 360 shares onto the market at the same time as Peter Moore announces an enhanced warranty.
The search megalith sees its massive growth continue as its stock price surges up to untold levels, making it one of the most valuable companies in the world.
Pixar and Disney continue their tangled web of dealings. Rumour has it that the cartoon conglomerate wants to buy out Steve Jobs' animation powerhouse.
Newegg is planning to offer shares in itself on the stock exchange, to raise money for a big push into the Chinese market. Maybe UK, too!
March 12 2019 | 19:11
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