Arm releases client CPU roadmap
Goes gunning for Intel.
No longer do you have to buy an Alienware system in their full tower chassis or... their full tower chassis. The boys in black have come up with a stylish new mid-tower.
Nvidia has launched a new SLI platform that has dual x16 graphics support. Dell is the first vendor to ship it in its new XPS system.
There seemed to be a bit of a delay from announcement to availability with the GeForce 6600 LE - finally you can buy it in the shops for a little over £60. Cheap SLI, but is it a gimmick?
The creator of Half Life 2 has been talking about how difficult it is to write software that uses multi-core technology, as seen in next-gen processors.
Following on from today's Radeon X800 GT announcement, Club 3D announce their X800 RX video card - a slightly more upmarket Radeon X800 GT.
Valve have revealed the "secret" content planned for Half Life 2: Lost Coast - a DVD-style Audio Commentary, revealing insights from the developers on various aspects of the game.
MSI's new dual-core enabled motherboard claims to be able to do all sorts of shenanigans with DTS. We're interested.
Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory finally gets support for Shader Model 2.0 - ATI fans can now rejoice with image quality that is likely to be more comparable with what is possible on NVIDIA hardware in this title.
F.E.A.R - are you ready for it? VU Games announce the beta and also the system requirements
Sources inside Taiwan motherboard manufacturers have revealed that Intel are to phase out i865 and i915 chipsets and leave the entry-level chipset arena.
Finally ditching the one-button madness, Apple have a new mouse with four buttons and a multi-directional scroll wheel.
A group of hackers has blitzed their own world record by sending a wifi signal 125 miles!
NVIDIA's GeForce 7800 GTX has been a success so far, while ATI have been in a spot of bother with several products in free fall. How long will it be before we see a competitor for NVIDIA's current flagship part?
The gagging order hasn't worked, and details of the Cisco router flaw spreads.
Vaja have got a new range of full-leather PSP cases. Like everything else Vaja, they're absolutely gorgeous. Paris Hilton alert?
An ex employee of Internet Security Systems has agreed to keep quiet about flaws in Cisco routers - after pressure from the network equipment supremo.
Mobile phone companies and the LTA are warning over a 'hoax' security info email doing the rounds.
The company responsible for both the Time and Tiny computer brands has closed all it's High Street stores.
AMD have yet to announce any new additions to the Athlon 64 X2 line up, but an American etailer has listed cheaper versions of the X2 already...
Apple's consumer products get a revamp, with faster specs all round. Think you could fancy a bite? We've got the juicy details.
Graphics giant ASUS have unveiled their newest zero-noise graphics cooling solution, dubbed SilentCool Technology, featuring a rotatable, heatpipe-fed copper radiator.
Is dual-booting the killer app for the next generation of Macs, sporting Intel processors? Two chaps have already found an elegant solution using Linux as a boot loader.
The guys at Anandtech have got a Gigabyte CrossFire solution on the test bench, and have come up with some interesting scores...
A small form factor machine from Biostar has tipped up on the web, with the specs revealing details of Nvidia's new integrated graphics platform.
At this year's Computex show, we were given early indications that ATI would support other chipsets. A report from Taiwan confirms that R&D is already underway.
An update notification details Intel's next move in the dual-core market - they're planning to fix some bugs relating to EM64T and single-core operation. No new models are expected until next year.