Intel details new 10nm Sunny Cove CPU architecture
Xeon and Core products coming in 2019.
Xeon and Core products coming in 2019.
Xe to be used for discrete parts in 2020.
Spyware is just something from the movies, right? A sizable portion of people believe that it's all a Phantom Menace, according to a new survey
Cupertino lets slip the dogs of litigation, and demands that video of OSx86 is taken down from enthusiast sites.
No patch for dodgey COM object; SANS institute concerned that "widespread malicious use of this vulnerability is imminent"
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?
Momentum continues to gather behind Sony's Blu-ray, after Universal Music announced they will be supporting the format. Half the world's music will now be available on the new format, in theory.
Tim Sweeney & co have been working on Unreal Engine 4 for 2 years already, before we have even played Unreal Engine 3 games. What does the future hold?
Japan: A man has been arrested on suspicion of mugging on-line gaming characters to pinch their virtual booty (err, loot...)
The latest flaw in Windows 2000 has triggered something of a Viral jihad amongst malware writers. Casualties include Caterpillar, The Financial Times, CNN and ABC News.
After some recent criticism, XFX have adopted a new double lifetime warranty scheme in the United States. Hopefully this will be rolled out across Europe, too.
As expected, Microsoft have just revealed launch pricing for Xbox 360, and we are pleasantly surprised to be able to bring good news, to UK gamers at least. Click for full details
And that's exactly what happened when Henrico County sold off 4 year old G3 Mactops.
Last weekend's PDXLAN 5 was the largest LAN on the US West Coast. Lots of custom cases, and some news about wood cases from Danger Den.
Will Microsoft announce pricing for Xbox 360 at 9:30am EST today? What could the magic number be, and what will be included in the bundle? Sony won't take this lying down, slashing PS2 prices.
Live in rural areas? Got power plumbed in? You could be set up for broadband too if the latest trials from Texas are anything to go by.
The Apple share price hit an all time high last Friday off the back of rumours of a Google / iTMS alliance.
The smutty top level domain approved by ICANN back in June has been put on hold, after concerns from Bush officials. (That's politicians, folks, not connoisseurs)
John Carmack gave his first QuakeCon keynote for three years on Saturday. Check out his thoughts on the future of PC gaming, and how easy the X360 is to programme for.
The roadmaps are uncovered, and ATI's R5xx plans sure as heck look interesting...
In the first ever official Ms Quakecon tournament, held as part of the 3-day marathon fragfest that is QuakeCon over the weekend, the VIA-sponsored Girlz 0f Destruction clan took out the first three placings to win a combined US$30,000 between them.
The genie is well and truly out of the bottle, as the x86 developer build of OSX spreads through torrent and other P2P sites
Reports are starting to trickle in on what might be the last revision of the Powerbook before it goes Intel.
We're a little slow on the news today - we're all enjoying the summer sun!
Got a notebook? Want something a little different to carry it around in? Pakuma have a new range of bags that are designed for the more stylish laptop user!
Aussie enthusiast mag, Atomic, are holding a Hotbox of the Year competition to see which case mod is voted the best from the past 12 months. Our very own G-gnome made the finals - Orac³ for the win!
As widely expected, today NVIDIA have unveiled the next card in the GeForce 7 series, the GeForce 7800 GT. Clocked at 400MHz / 1000MHz, is it capable of SLI, and has proved to be pretty quick.
Peripheral makers for the Xbox 360 will have to pay a levy to Microsoft to allow console compatibility. How will this affect gamers?