Samsung announces '10nm-class' LPDDR5
Aims at smartphones, AI.
Commissioned by AMD, naturally.
Partners with suppliers for 1GW of energy.
Finally Corsair has updated its industry leading DHX! We've got our hands on the latest Corsair Dominator heatsinks for some close up action.
Recent sales figures show Fallout 3 topping the charts on all platforms in the UK and outselling all previous Fallout games combined.
At the Stuff Live Expo Sony and Universal announced plans to bring vending machines offering PS3 games to the UK.
Valve has dated the launch of the new Steam Cloud service, pledging that it will go live with Left4Dead.
Open Xchange, an open-source equivalent to Microsoft Exchange Server, has secured an additional $9 million in funding to add to its first-round $8.8 million.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has unveiled the Frustration-Free Packaging initiative, designed to reduce the amount of indestructible packaging in which products are sold.
Google and T-Mobile have jointly distributed the first patch for the Android mobile platform, as a result of a security flaw in the on-board browser software.
Criterion has announced that it will be releasing a special edition version of Burnout Paradise alongside the PC version of the game.
Microsoft reckons that the current line of Xbox 360 models are great value for money - so great in fact, that there'll be no more price cuts.
Electronic Arts has announced that it has bought the rights to make a game based on Dante's Inferno.
Sony has issued a product recall for around 100,000 laptop batteries that have an irritating tendency to bust into flames - and not for the first time.
US wannabe-goth clothing retailer Hot Topic has launched a 'lifestyle portal' with a DRM-free music download section featuring backing from the 'big four' publishers.
Rockstar has confirmed the rumoured delay of GTA IV PC, as well as revealing the system requirements for the game.
Fallout 3 uses SecuROM DRM technology, but Bethesda has claimed that it isn't as draconian as some other games.
Blizzard has said that although it is trying to ensure that Starcraft II will have some hardcore appeal, it'll also be open to 'moms'.
A boy in Lincolnshire was recently arrested over accusations that he had 'stolen' a neighbour's WiFi connection using his laptop computer.
AMD's quad-core 45-nanometre 'Shanghai'-based Opteron processors have started surfacing on reseller's websites ahead of the official launch on 13th of November.
Atari has confirmed that it has picked up the rights to publish the new Chronicles of Riddick game, which will be released next Spring.
According to Bethesda's publishing executive, the team may be able to have a new Elder Scrolls game out by 2010.
According to research firm DFC Intelligence, Sony's PS3 is unlikely to even break even in the current economic climate.
Jack Thompson, the Miami attorney who was a constant thorn in the side of many games developers, has now been officially disbarred.
According to recent survey figures, around 11 percent of gamers have games that they still haven't opened after six months.
ECS joins the fray of our X58 Early Looks with its new X58B-A Black Series aimed at the performance-value market.
A PR agency for EA has hinted that Rock Band 2 may be out in the UK before Christmas...or maybe not.
Sony has again confirmed that it will not be giving the PlayStation 3 a price cut this Christmas as it "has a business to run".
Texas Memory Systems has announced the commercial availability of its 20TB SAN systems based on Flash SSD technology, capable of 1m random IO transactions per second.