DCMS calls Facebook 'digital gangsters' in scathing report
Calls for further investigations, regulation.
Calls for further investigations, regulation.
Conserving Computer-Based Art showcases successes.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
Not content with having just the 7600 GT, NVIDIA is stepping up with yet another variant in its GeForce 7-series of products - we have the details.
GDC 2006: Alienware has begun taking orders for system featuring the AGEIA PhysX PPU physics card from today. Over 100 games said to be in development; Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter amongst first to support PPU.
Availability isn't quite as good as it could be, but it's not as bad as we first thought. The situation tells us that NVIDIA's partners are selling the cards by the bucket load, or NVIDIA is having yield issues with G71...
Korean memory giant Samsung has unveiled the world's first 32GB flash hard drive in Taipei. It is faster, lighter, more durable and uses less power than existing mini hard drives. The only catch is the price.
NVIDIA appears to have done the same with the 7900 as it did with the 7800 GTX 512MB - put a few units into stock at launch, then have an utter lack of products for the following weeks. Tut tut.
Warner has announced that its first wave of next-generation films won't now be released alongside the first player to support them.
NVIDIA gave some interesting tidbits on the company's next-generation G80 graphics processing unit at the Morgan Stanley Semiconductor & Systems Conference earlier this month. We discuss these statements...
The maker of a popular game criticises firm that owns the copy protection software, after they post links to the game on Torrent sites.
HD DVD drives will work just fine in Vista, but Microsoft has confessed that users may have to buy 3rd party plugins for movie playback. Is this Media Center all over again?
CeBIT 2006: DFI celebraded its 25th anniversary with a very special limited edition motherboard based on it's fantastic nF4-series motherboards. We have some details inside...
CeBIT 06: It's back to the future for desktop PCs, as a new design emerges that is strangely reminiscent of the home micro designs of yesteryear.
The 3D design package, a stalwart of hardcore case modders the world over, falls into the hands of the chaps from Mountain View. Details inside.
Valve has updated the results of its Steam user hardware survey. There are some stunning results inside, including a new graphics card champion!
How about a 32GB solid state drive in your notebook? Samsung has been showing off the prototype, and we have the details.
CeBIT 2006: Many of NVIDIA's motherboard partners were showing nForce 500-series mobos on their stands. All of the dual full bandwidth PCIe x16 boards had dual chip solutions.
CeBIT 2006: Sources inside motherboard makers suggest that ATI's next-generation South Bridge will be ready in time for the Socket AM2 launch in June.
CeBIT 2006: Club 3D has a custom watercooling block that they're going to be supplying as a third party cooling solution for ATI and NVIDIA graphics cards.
CeBIT 2006: We've been talking to the chaps at Creative Labs, and they've been showing us their latest technology concept - X-Fi technology in a portable player.
CeBIT 2006: Our intrepid reporters have been trekking around the massive show floor to find some of the weird and wonderful gadgets that are on display. Inside: flashy speakers and USB earrings.
CeBIT 2006: ABIT showed us several new motherboards that are coming to market soon. The AM2 based KN9 SLI stood out above the rest. Read on to find out why...
CeBIT 2006: ATI has managed to get dongle-less CrossFire working with two Radeon X1800GTO's. We were sceptical about this working because of bandwidth constraints, but this appears to scale pretty well.
CeBIT 2006: Foxconn has reworked the circuitry that regulates the voltage supplied to the CPU - they're now using a digital PWM that is said to be more efficient, produce less heat and provide a cleaner current to the processor.
CeBIT 2006: Sapphire showed us their latest addition to its PURE range of mobos. It's based on the RD580 chipset, but has some layout flaws that could turn gaming enthusiasts away from it.
IDF SPRING 06: You'll be able to run Conroe using your existing 975 chipset motherboard, but you could also invest in a new mainstream chipset, codenamed Bridge Creek.
IDF SPRING 06: VGA is dead, long live... wait, what happened to DVI and HDMI? We get to the bottom of next-gen displays on PCs.
The vote is still out on who is the fastest but ATI aren't wasting any time, slashing the price of Radeons across the board to increase the pressure on rival NVIDIA.