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It's 40 years today since the Intel 4004 launched - the first commercially available CPU.
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King Arthur has fallen. Can he get back up? We take a look.
Sapphire's latest Socket FM1 motherboard promises great overclocking potential.
AMD annouces that its laying off ten per cent of its global workforce.
Zotac has applied its mini-ITX prowess to AMD's new FM1 socket.
Thanks to all those who came to LITS for making it such a success. See you again next year.
ARM announces a strong quarter off the back of increased demand for its designs.
Flooding in Thailand has led to hard disk manufacturers warning of supply disruption.
AMD's new range of 28nm GPUs is rumoured to be geared up for an early December release.
Is the Sensei really the most customisable mouse in the world? We take a look.
Does the sequel to the highly addictive Neptune's Pride provide the same fix?
It's a Z68 motherboard that costs just £82. What's not to like?
Taking part in the siege of Terra, can this board game live up to the lore surrounding the event?
The French Government is about to cut off 60 citizens for file-sharing violations.
OCZ has bought the UK-based wing of SoC design company PLX.
Intel has reportedly discovered a VT-d bug in its forthcoming LGA2011 processors.
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