Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Bustin' makes me feel good.
Bigger and more feature-rich than last year's 4000 Series.
Indiana State University is implementing a campus-wide rollout of Lenovo IBM ThinkPads, saying they'll give students more opportunities to learn.
Sony has got a few problems - its PS3 console is looking like it's going to be late, and expensive to boot. Not only that, the guy in charge of the rootkit debacle has been given the boot.
The processor at the heart of the Nintendo Revolution is, according to sources, finished. Allegedly, it's dual core.
IBM's supercomputer has beaten its own record for the most amount of calculaitons per second. Is there anyone that can beat it now? (Hint: the human brain.)
Lots and lots of Xbox-related news today: IBM released details of the triple-core CPU; Halo & Halo 2 might look better on Xbox 360; demo systems cause chaos in Walmart; J Allard lays the smack down in an interview about iPod compatibility.
AMD has done the groundbreaking on its new Fab 36 facility in Dresden. Will extra chip-making capacity see AMD step up a gear in the processor wars?
Weta Digital have boosted their render farm capacity by 50% with 250 new dual-Xeon IBM blade servers in order to complete post-production work on Peter Jackson's new US$150 million epic, King Kong.
Intel are leading research into what they call Digital Communities - everybody online everywhere. There are many benefits, but also privacy concerns. Are you ready for Intel Outside?
According to a posting on the Sony UK website, the Playstation 3 will support Apple's OSX.
No Smoke. No Gun. No Ammo. Quelle Surprise. Yet McBride's Spin-Droids have already started to rev up.
Swiss experts plan to build the mother of all emulators.
Whilst widely reported that a switch to Intel was possibly on the cards, most analysts have been skeptical of such a move. Could they be proven wrong?
VIA announce that it is commencing mass production of its new C7 microprocessor, based on IBM's 90nm SOI manufacturing technology, and understood consume no more than 0.1W of power when idle.
The power behind the recently announced Playstation 3 will be open to world and dog.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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