Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
Tries to 'educate' SoC designers.
No, seriously. That's not a joke.
Nintendo is redirecting ad revenue from Lets Play videos away from the creators and to itself.
Samsung is targeting consumers in a new advertising campaign for its DRAM and NAND flash products.
AMD's forthcoming Bulldozer-architecture, FX-branded CPUs based on the Zambezi design will ship soon.
Eagle eyed gamers will have noticed a new achievement and update has been added to Portal this week, but what you might not know is that that's just the tip of the iceberg. The update actually ties into a new alternate reality game filled with rumours about Portal 2.
Intel reveals its new marketing campaign, called "Sponsors of Tomorrow", which will launch in the UK, US and Germany next Monday.
We have learned from several anonymous tipsters that AMD has culled a large portion of its workforce at its UK headquarters in Frimley today.
AMD and Nvidia are battling against each other again in what could prove to be one of the great wars in the 3D graphics industry.
Ever since the release of Assassin's Creed on the PC, there has been a controversy brewing over its support for DX10.1.
Storage manufacturer Seagate is celebrating its one billionth hard drive, and reckons it'll be able to double that in just five years time.
eBay has pulled out of Google's AdWords scheme over a marketing stunt that has turned sour.
That's right - we are on the hunt once again for fresh new talent to join our team. Got a head for numbers and an interest in advertising? More details inside.
In-game advertising is getting popular enough to practically be a buzz word in our industry. We take a look at the history, who's doing it now, and what it means for the future of gaming.
Anything you can do I can do better! Nintendo follows Sony and will be launching a pink DS Lite in Europe soon.
Symantec has been taking aim at the beta of Windows Vista in an effort to show it's still security's top dog. But is it good to be so blunt on a beta? Columnist Brett Thomas doesn't think it's much more than bad marketing, and here's why.