Intel teases 'Odyssey' graphics events
Hype building for 2020 dGPU launch.
Promises a 'direct pipeline' for modders.
Crytek concentrating solely on 64-bit targets.
Ahead of 64-bit-only device launches.
Only for Windows users with >4GB.
Dual-core, 64-bit, 85GFLOP/s in 9W.
Promises market-leading performance.
Price strictly on application, sadly.
WSJ elicits admissions of roadmap shifts.
Takes firm aim at the data centre.
Pin-compatible chips to share a motherboard.
Donates board design to Open Compute Project.
All nightly and weekly builds ceased.
Dell has launched Copper, a range of ARM-based many-core servers.
DICE architect Johan Andersson has revealed that future Frostbite games will be 64-bit exclusives.
AppliedMicro has announced the first 64-bit ARM-based 'server on a chip,' complete with full LAMP stack.
The first rootkit capable of attacking 64-bit Windows builds has been spotted in the wild.
Valve's new Steam hardware survey has Win 7 64-bit as the most popular OS.
Adobe has killed off its 64-bit Flash Player for Linux, but claims the project is still ongoing.
EA has released a new beta patch for The Saboteur which should make the game work on ATI cards.
Microsoft has revealed the details behind its "Compatible with Windows 7" logo scheme.
Adobe has announced a 64-bit build of its Air Internet application platform - although it's currently in a closed alpha and only supports the Linux operating system.
Microsoft Office 14 is due to ship in both 32-bit and 64-bit editions, according to a code snipped discovered in the 32-bit beta release by tester Ed Bott.
Adobe has released a preview version of a native 64-bit Flash Player binary for Linux, allowing users on 64-bit systems to use completely native binaries when browsing the web.
Adobe has announced that the next version of Creative Suite applications will have 64-bit support - but only on Windows.
Intel's first 45nm desktop CPU from the Penryn family launches in the middle of next month. Today, we have a look at the new Core 2 Extreme QX9650 with side-by-side performance comparisons against a range of dual and quad-core CPUs in an x86-64 environment.
Have you ever posted in a forum for some help, frustrated by the nasty responses and "n00b" replies? Brett Thomas feels your pain as he discusses writing, the dissemination of knowledge, and some good ol' bone-crunching American football.
A lot of people have been slagging 64-bit Operating Systems like Vista, saying the only benefit is a true 4GB of RAM. So we decided to cut through the BS and anti-Microsoft sentiment and look at the real pros and cons of 64-bit computing.
Like AMD, NVIDIA has also released Windows Vista drivers for both X86 and X86-64 versions of Windows Vista.
There are lots of people who think that Vista will finally push mainstream consumers to 64 bit computing. Not so fast, says the industry - it's just not ready yet.
Virus protection? That's for wusses, says the head of Microsoft's Windows efforts. Well, that's sort of the impression, anyway.
Vista gets opened up to security firms, whilst businesses prepare for a week of mis-timed appointments and late emails.
After the leaked pricing document uncovering the FX-60 and X2 5000+, AMD have disbanded a number of processors this week. Read on to find out more...