Arm releases client CPU roadmap
Goes gunning for Intel.
Only aftermarket accessories affected.
Lytro brings its multi-focus-point light field camera to the UK.
Microsoft's Bill Gates has issued out a bunch of information on the new Natal system, indicating it is meant for PCs too.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have unveiled a fabric which has the properties of a rudimentary camera.
A camera previously belonging to the Intelligence Services and containing top secret photographs and documentation regarding MI6 field agents was sold on eBay.
Nintendo may be working on a new version of the DS, this time with a built-in camera and music playback option.
We've two winners this month! The photo "Wonder" by NzC and "Alone" by Fod both win the June-July bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
The photo "Cloudy Sunset over Pretoria" by WiK1d wins the April bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
Toshiba, fresh from defeat in the HD format war, has announced the worlds smallest TrueHD camera head, weighing just 65g.
The photo "Evening Glow" by Brett Dunsmore wins the March bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
CeBIT 2008: We catch the almost elusive 9800 GX2 on the CeBIT show floor. Also, what's launching a week later on March 25th?
The photo "Pickup" by Tim Nash wins the February bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
Microsoft has entered Momenta into the NextGen PC Design Competition, and it's a pretty creepy device designed to record every exciting moment of your life.
Hiroshi Terada has filed a patent in the US for a series of technologies allowing digital SLR cameras to take video footage just like the point-n-shoots.
The photo "Pete Conrad" by supermonkey wins the December-January bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
Camera manufacturer Nikon has announced a new model of digital SLR designed with the Eye-Fi WiFi SD card in mind, marking the first partnership for the new technology.
Seitz Phototechnik is now taking orders for its 160 megapixel digital camera, but you'd better start buttering your bank manager up: it's hardly a budget-range option.
Christmas is over and, thanks to unimaginative but rich relatives, you've managed to scrape together a little bit of cash with which to treat yourself. Unfortunately, you're so stuffed with turkey that you can't think of what to buy! Never fear though - bit-tech is here!
Intel is thinking pretty far ahead it seems and is already pitching ideas and technology to Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo for the next generation of consoles.
The photo "Revealing Secrets" by Ole Jessien wins the November bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
The photo "Autumn Carpet" by Richard Hogarth wins the October bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
Sony reckoned that the cards for the new Eye of Judgement PS3 card game were copy proof. Sony were wrong though and the cards apparently scan fine.
The photo "Steam Powered" by Richard Hogarth wins the September bit-tech Photo of the Month competition!
The photo "Boats" by Nath Chandler wins the August bit-tech photo of the month competition!
The photo "le pétale" by Brett Dunsmore wins the July bit-tech photo of the month competition!
It's your chance to vote from one of 31 entries in this month's Photo of the Month competition held in bit-tech's forums.
The photo "Bicycles" by Nath Chandler wins the June bit-tech photo of the month competition!
Tired of bright flashes in your eyes? We all are. Thankfully, a South Korean company has developed a new image sensor that can take clear pictures at only one lux.
Kodak is set to make printing cheap again with ink starting at just $10.
It looks like the next-generation iPods will include digital cameras, as well as a touch-sensitive bezel for navigation.
Need a helping hand when it comes to photographing your mods? If you build this simple light ring mod, you might find your photos work out a little better.
Seagate have announced a 8GB 1-inch hard drive, or Microdrive, and Hitachi expect to hit 60GB within 5 years using Perpendicular Recording.