This Western-themed roguelike has style to spare, but falls short on ideas.
MSI and EK team up to cool the CPU and power delivery on its MPG Z490 Carbon board
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VIA has officially announced the VAB-800, a Cortex-A8-based pico-ITX single-board computer.
The Kontron KTT30 features a mini-ITX design, but is it too bulky to take on VIA's rival APC?
AMD has launched the G-T16R embedded APU, a 4.5W part designed to replace the ageing Geode.
Intel has announced the Centerton and Avoton Atom SoC parts, designed for the microserver market.
HP has announced the its Project Moonshot servers will run Intel Atom chips, instead of the originally-planned ARM processors.
Microsoft has officially unveiled its Surface tablets, running Windows 8 Pro or Windows RT.
AMD has announced the HSA Foundation, in partnership with ARM, TI, Imagination and others.
Smartphone giant HTC has been banned from creating Windows RT products following a disagreement with Microsoft.
Dell has launched Copper, a range of ARM-based many-core servers.
Nvidia is participating in a race to the bottom with Kai, a new reference design for a sub-$199 Tegra 3 tablet.
VIA has announced the ARM-based APC 8750, a neo-ITX machine clearly inspired by the Raspberry Pi.
Eric Demers, former CTO of AMD's graphics division, has been picked up by Qualcomm to be the company's new VP of engineering.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini has rubbished Windows RT, claiming that a lack of legacy support will doom the OS.
TSMC's 28nm ARM Cortex-A9 test chip has hit a high of 3.1GHz, a level hitherto unheard-of for ARM's designs.
The Raspberry Pi looks to be at the forefront of an impending flood of compact computing devices.
AppliedMicro has announced the first 64-bit ARM-based 'server on a chip,' complete with full LAMP stack.
ARM has unveiled its first 28nm-based Cortex-A15 hard macro, in a move designed to give Intel cause for concern.
We get our hands on a Raspberry Pi to see if the $35 microcomputer can ever live up to its hype.
The Raspberry Pi is finally ready to ship, with queued orders being fulfilled starting next week.
Chip maker Qualcomm claims that Snapdragon-powered laptops will beat Intel's Ultrabooks hands-down.
Peter Jansen has developed a working Tricorder, in the hopes of making science education more accessible.
Programmer Dmitry Grinberg has achieved the seemingly impossible: Linux on an eight-bit microcontroller.
Deliveries of the $35 ARM-based microcomputer are delayed until CE certification is obtained.
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