HP goes VR heavy with new headset, workstation
Announces DaaS offering, too.
Albeit only by 0.7 percent year-on-year.
Takes on Google's AIY Vision Kit.
COMPUTEX 2008: Funtoro, an MSI subsidiary, offers just about everything you'd ever need in a car - except the kitchen sink.
The communist island of Cuba has entered the 21st century by lifting a ban on the sale of personal computers - although Internet connectivity is still a privilege reserved for the ruling class.
Mesh has announced that it has released two PCs featuring tri-core Phenom 8400 and 8600 processors on its website.
Dell has decided to make most of its AMD-powered machines only available in Dell's retail partner stores - no more online love for AMD?
A new study from the Australasian Journal of Clinical Environmental Medicine has found a possible link between WiFi devices and childhood autism.
Dell Computers has announced plans to make the company carbon neutral in 2008 - a full year ahead of previous plans to make the company more eco-friendly.
AMD has issued a statement which reveals that it will not be working directly with the new Evesham.
Jersey based and hugely popular Play.com is now stocking the Commodore gaming PC's.
Surrounded by controversy, the National Science Foundation is set to award IBM a contract to build the world's fastest supercomputer.
Evesham Technology has gone into administration, citing the Home Computing Initiative being closed at short notice as a cause.
Asustek (or just, Asus) is to stop making barebones systems in favour of complete PCs.
The Spotswood Drum case mod finally goes on sale, boasting better cooling, elimination of hot-spots and a custom finished wooden exterior.
Microsoft has started its 'Vista Ready' certification programme, providing OEMs with a list of check boxes to give users the peace of mind that they'll be able to run Vista. It's not quite that simple, though...