Intel acquires structured ASIC specialist eASIC
Next step on from FPGAs.
Asus's take on the GTX 1080 Ti is predictably costly but certainly impressive.
The fastest graphics card in town aims to blow away benchmarks.
Virgin Media has today announced that it will upgrade its network to 100Mb by mid-2012.
Gigabyte's new G1-branded board attempts to storm the top end of the X58 motherboard market.
X58 never stopped being fast - we test Sapphire's new LGA1366 board for overclockers.
ATI's new range of GPUs continues with the Radeon HD 6950. We find out where it fits into the market.
Speed up your flash drives: USB 3 Kingston Data Traveller 3 and ADATA N005 are tried and tested.
The Extreme4 definitely looks the part - we see if it delivers on those flashy looks.
Without a single whiff of fanfare, Samsung drops new SATA SSDs into Japanese and EU markets.
Clever girl? We see if Western Digital's latest 10,000rpm hard disk delivers performance and value
It's big, fast, power hungry and hot like Scarlett Johansson in a sauna - what's not to like? The size? Yes, at nearly a foot long this dual-HD 5870 beast won't even fit in the front page image box! Read on to see how the new card performs (don't call it a HD 5870 X2 though, or you'll look like a n00b)
We've had a play with some P55 boards in the labs and come up with some interesting revelations about Intel's upcoming CPU.
COMPUTEX 09: Forget the OCZ Z-Drive, Marvell has premiered an SSD of even faster proportions
Seagate has released its latest 7200.12 hard disks and we're taking a look at the ever popular 1TB capacity. Packing just two 500GB platters it promises to deliver both high performance and cool operation. Can it topple the Samsung Spinpoint F1? Read on to find out!
Swedish developer SimBin is headed by an ex-racing driver and is known for its hardcore PC driving simulators such as GTR 2. It's now released Race Pro, an Xbox 360 only driving game. Can it successfully bring the challenge and realism of a sim to the console?
While we've looked at plenty of SSDs recently, there's still place in the market for an ultra-fast mechanical drive.Today we're looking at Western Digital's 10,000RPM 300GB VelociRaptor and finding out if it's a clever girl or facing extinction in the face of the new crop of SSDs.
A 32GB flash drive the size of your finger that works at 90MB/s? OCZ's new Throttle seems to have the answer.
Memory manufacturer Corsair has beaten all rivals to claim the biggest overclock for a DDR3 module yet, using its Dominator DDR3 RAM to achieve a frequency of 2462MHz.
So you want a 4GB DDR2 kit, but you also want some extreme speeds? OCZ has the answer.
Usually it's Corsair or OCZ hitting new heights in memory speeds, but for once it seems that A-Data is getting in on the blazing fast DDR3 action with some Vitesta DDR3-2000X.
DeviceVM, the company that makes the embedded Linux on the Asus P5E3 Deluxe, has just released the source code to its software. We grilled the company to find out what it expects from this.
Kingston, long time manufacturer of memory and a favourite of many goes for some ultra speed DDR2. Its HyperX series doesn't have the crazy heatspreaders others feature, so does it still perform as well?
COMPUTEX 2007: MSI's gaming notebooks come with an interesting case design, as well as a Turbo button for on the fly overclocking.
COMPUTEX 2007: Tim may have found Corsair's 2000MHz DDR3 at Computex, but it's still slower than what TeamGroup had on offer!
The latest round of leaked emails from Microsoft has revealed that the software giant has put Windows Vista Service Pack 1 on fast track.
The latest update for Windows Media Center delivers some extra performance. We have a quick check at how the Epia-powered beblu now fares.