SpaceX launches first Starlink broadband satellites
Plans a total of 12,000.
Promises performance or power-draw boosts.
The Obsidian Series makes a welcome return.
The security engine, integrated onto the C7 and C7-M chips, gets some added software functionality. Security fans rejoice.
Desperate to turn your telephone pad scrawls into a stunning desktop wallpaper, but think a graphics tablet is out of your budget? Maybe the Genius MousePen is for you.
Today, NVIDIA are hard-launching GeForce 7800 GTX 512MB. Don't be fooled by the name though, there are some significant clock speed increases over the original 7800 GTX 256MB. Is it good enough to best the Radeon X1800XT 512MB? Read on to find out.
The EFF has disected the 3000 word End User License Agreement that comes with the latest Sony audio CDs. It makes for hilarious reading.
Our friends at Beyond3D had the chance to sit down with Nicklas Renqvist of Futuremark Corporation, asking some interesting questions about the next version of 3DMark.
ATI have released a new version of their Catalyst drivers, and we have them a full 24 hours before you'll see them on ATI.com. Speed boosts in OpenGL all round, especially for X1800!
NVIDIA's GoForce 3D chips will provide 3D acceleration and multimedia capabilities to new phones from Motorola and Sony Ericsson.
Are fans the bane of your life? The Zalman TNN 300 brings the promise of a Totally No Noise HTPC through heavy use of heatpipes. Can this black, aluminium beast justify its high price? We asked Rob Young to find out.
Sapphire's implementation of the ATI Radeon X1800XT is now available at Ebuyer with a pretty good price. Grab one while you can, there's only 30 in stock.
ATI has made its 'The Assassin' and 'Toy Shop' demos available for download in a wide range of formats. Download links and screenshots inside.
Yesterday, NVIDIA announced the GeForce 6800 GS, offering very comparable performance to the GeForce 6800 GT for less money. There is already widespread availability and several retailers are selling the cards well under MSRP!
Want to upgrade your Intel processor and platform? Don't quite have the cash to fund a whole new wadge of memory too? Gigabyte and VIA might just have the answer...
NVIDIA is retiring the 6800 GT and putting the GS in its place. It's cheaper and faster, or as fast, in most applications. What's not to like? We take a detailed look at the real-world performance of the GeForce 6800 GS.
FolderShare will let you share folders between computers. Duh. Microsoft also snaps up a VoIP firm to provide functionality for Office.
Creative have revealed to us the details of the X-Fi support within Quake 4. Audio treats await those with cash in pocket!
Shuttle's first Pentium M effort is a complete stunner. An external PSU, near-silent design, great looks, some overclockability and decent performance to boot. Is this the ultimate SFF?
The chaps at Asus have designed a new style of passive cooler to go with their new range of X1600 cards.
It seems that ATI will manage to ship the X1800XT before they said they would after all. One US retailer is expecting a shipment to arrive in stock during the course of the day.
Sony is installing malware-esque spy software along with its new CDs. Prepare to lose 2% of your CPU time forever.
There's all sorts of new information about Intel-powered Macs on the net this morning. We're rounding it up, sheepdog style...
Creative are back with a new high-end soundcard for gamers. With 64MB of RAM on board, as well as new technology for recreating surround sound through headphones, is this a kick in the teeth for motherboard audio?
Including: RCA case fans, FEAR, laptop bags, Serenity, Flickr and woodys.
IBM's supercomputer has beaten its own record for the most amount of calculaitons per second. Is there anyone that can beat it now? (Hint: the human brain.)
Fed up of iPods and Zens? Why not go for something a little different with a MP3 player built in to a Pez dispenser?
Are you looking for the perfect gaming mouse? Razer think they have it, with the new Copherhead. It's a laser mouse, it's got 7 buttons, and onboard RAM. Will it deliver the fragging goods? We find out.
Early indications sugggest that Connect3D will be the first of ATI's board partners to ship Radeon X1800XT's in the UK, starting on November 2nd.