Iiyama ProLite XUB3493WQSU-B1 up for grabs!
Spelunky meets Worms meets every kind of explosion in this fantastically chaotic rogue-like.
We try out one of EK's more budget-conscious kits.
Comments from Microsoft's CEO point the finger at an ARM-compatible build of Windows 7 in the pipeline, with the company unwilling to give Linux a foothold in the market.
China-based Skytone has launched the first commercial Android-based netbook for just $100 - and it even doubles up as a tablet PC.
IBM's partners, including AMD's former fabrication wing, GlobalFoundries, announce that they are developing 28nm chips.
Intel hands over the development of the Linux-based Moblin OS to the open-source community, opening it up to anyone.
Nvidia shows the potential of its ARM-based Tegra platform, by placing it inside an HP Mini 1000 running WIndows CE.
Intel is allegedly planning to raise the price of the netbook staple Atom N270 CPU as it falls victim to the chip's unexpected popularity among OEMs.
Netbooks based on Qualcomm and Freescale's ARM CPUs are rumoured to be scheduled for launch at Computex this year, while the OLPC project encourages Microsoft to code an ARM-compatible version of Windows
Marvell has announced an entire PC built into an outsized power brick, dubbed the SheevaPlug, with a 1.2GHz CPU and 512MB of RAM.
Archos is planning to update its Internet Media Tablet range with a new ultra-slim device running Google's open-source Android OS.
Toshiba has announced the TG01 - a smartphone with a Qualcomm-supplied processor running at a mind-boggling 1GHz and capable of 720p video playback.
Freescale is to launch a new CPU - the i.MX515 - based around ARM's Cortex-A8 system and aimed at the netbook market.
Canonical has announced that it is to create a special version of its Ubuntu Linux distribution aimed at netbooks using ARM's new Cortex A8 and A9 chips.
If you're a G1 owner hoping to get a little more power out of your Android-based device, take a leaf out of Jay Freeman's book and install Debian on it.
An Intel executive at the IDF has claimed that all the iPhone's shortcomings come from the fact that the device is based on rival ARM's processor range.
UK processor maker ARM has hinted strongly at a desire to move the Cortex A8 and A9 processor ranges out of smartphones and into netbooks.
ARM, in conjunction with Common Platform founders IBM, Chartered Semiconductor, and Samsung, is developing 32- and 28nm based System on Chip devices for the mobile market.
COMPUTEX 2008: The vice president of marketing at ARM unsurprisingly says the Internet doesn't need x86. Based on the past, we agree.
COMPUTEX 2008: Silverstone has a nice sideshow device that might actually make you want one - functional, elegant and very sexy.
October 16 2019 | 13:00
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