Intel launches Gemini Lake Pentium Silver, Celeron parts
Continues with the metallic theme.
Continues with the metallic theme.
Base game content removed, added to DLC.
Self-test tool due early next year.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
OCZ and ASUS join forces to deliver ultra-fast PC2-8000 rated DDR2 memory modules.
Widgets of Mass Destruction being developed as we speak? Oh, the Humanity...
Board partners are already introducing 512MB in to the performance mainstream sector, is it really required?
WebSideStory shows that Firefox has nabbed even more of IE's market share
It appears that the 'on again', 'off again', 'no really - they're on again' talks between the two NG DVD Camps is leaning toward Sony's format
Pictures of the Asus board which incorporates two 6800GT cores onto a single board, for SLI, have appeared on the net.
Richard Swinburne evaluates a rather interesting motherboard from ECS: the PF21 Extreme. It's based on Intel's 925XE and ICH6R chipset, and advertises a 1.2GHz front side bus.
Take one part 3DStudio, one part in-game models, one-part clever lighting, sprinkle on some clever compositing and then enjoy some of the finest images ever created.
AMD will be Technology Sponsor for Star Wars: Episode III "Celebration Day" event due to take place in London's Leicester Square this Monday (16th May)
Dubbed Real Virtual Car, this mod attempts to uses an actual Renault Megane car for a simulator. And you thought full-size cockpits were geeky!
AMD and Ubisoft collectively announce support for 64-bit extensions for Far Cry. Both performance and image quality are improved, further enhancing the game's appeal.
Apple has released iTunes 4.8, which supports video downloads. Does this mean the iTVS is just around the corner?
According to several Taiwanese motherboard manufacturers, NVIDIA is preparing the launch of its integrated graphics chipset, codenamed C51, in the third quarter of this year.
Anti-virus team F-Secure have proven that mobile phone viruses can't crash on-board car computers
How do you get more women to sign up for games coding degrees? Is any attempt doomed to fail, due to the Geek factor?
A new interview with GSC Gameworld has uncovered fresh details about the highly anticipated shooter.
Two critical FireFox vulnerabilities can combine to execute malicious code on a user's system. Mozilla issue a patch.
We take a final look at the 2005 CeBIT technology show, which includes submerged fans, iRobot cars, and plenty of self-referential digs.
If you're using a Telewest E-mail account, you might not be as popular as you think.
AMD's new Athlon 64 X2 is pitted against Intel's EE 840 with dramatic results
The Land of the Rising Sun slaps Chipzilla with a two month ban
The mighty Searchzilla was downed at the weekend. A case of Cache Poisoning, perhaps?
Ding dong, the witch is dead. A US appeals court kills the controversial Broadcast Flag
New information suggests that ATI will release its MVP architecture at Computex, ahead of its next-generation R520 GPU, which is expected to support Shader Model 3.0. Could this also mean more delays for Half-Life 2's Lost Coast level?
Reports suggest that the G70, Nvidia's next graphics part, runs cooler than its current GeForce 6800 Ultra.
ABIT Engineered and built to kill... 512MB Fatal1ty Radeon X800 XL announced - g0t frags...?!?!11
Engadget has the first spy pictures of the 360, taken at a Microsoft event.
Paul Cappello aka Crimson Sky has wowed case modding enthusiasts again with his latest work: Alien Reservoir
Today, AMD release third party benchmark scores of its Athlon 64 X2 architecture. With dual core up on us, does it really make a fat lot of difference? We answer this question inside...
Malicious dashboard widgets could be downloaded and installed in Tiger OSX without user's consent, leaving the system open to exploits.
According to a promotional page on MTV's website, Xbox 360 is due to arrive in shops sometime in November
Several self-styled Robin Hoods of the net are behind bars tonight, having been given hard time earlier today.
Intel's Pat Gelsinger reveals his thoughts on Sony's Cell processor and on the nightmare of working with former CEO Andy Grove
The Paradox cracking group have announced they have cracked the Sony PSP and ripped games from the PSP's proprietary UMD media
Rumours of ATI's MVP architecture have appeared on the web... will it be a viable solution, or is it just a quick fix?
Readers woke up to a new world and a new bit-tech design this week. Wil Harris discusses the changes
This week's UK games sales charts show NCSoft's Guild Wars comes out on top.
Analysis released today rank game developers by their success at UK retail; Rockstar North place second with £71m
Driver support looks promising, but some games will require patches to get them working under the new Operating System.