Rick takes a bite out of Tripwire Interactive's "Shark RPG."
How does Asus' £300 Z490 ROG Strix board stack up against the competition?
Rick looks back at a 20th Century classic.
Production by 2018, skipping 10nm.
Long time ARM CEO Warren East is to step down on 1 July after 19 years with the company.
UK retailers have begun to express doubt over the PSPGo, claiming they don't see much of a demand from customers.
Nvidia's own insurance company has filed suit against it for not disclosing information about the defective chips it found in notebooks last year.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel announces small form factor Montevina/Penryn chips... looks like we'll be seeing an updated Macbook Air soon.
Intel, Samsung Electronics and TSMC have collectively agreed to push forwards with plans to move to 450mm wafer production starting in 2012.
South Carolina-based start-up Nextreme Incorporated is trialling a technology that uses on-chip micro-miniaturised Peltier coolers to target hotspots and, amazingly, generate electricity.
IDF FALL 07: Otellini showed off the world's first working 32nm chip and says Intel is on track for volume production to start in 2009.
When Penryn is launched in November, you will be able to choose from five dual-core and four quad-core processors.
AMD has announced that it is on schedule to fully ramp up 65nm production in two of its fabs later this year. 45nm production is also on schedule for a mid-2008 introduction.
At an event in California, AMD has demonstrated its upcoming Barcelona CPUs and R600 GPUs, as well as 45nm wafers for the first time.
IDF FALL 06: Pat Gelsinger states that Intel plans to ship one million quad-core chips before AMD ships its first.
IBM is set to make an announcement today on five new business servers with AMD processors.
We have the details on the range of processors that AMD will be introducing next year. How about a dual-core FX-62 with a 333MHz HyperTransport bus and DDR 2 support? Sounds good to us.
There's cheap and then there's cheap. Then there's a fully working 2.4Ghz system, with monitor, for under US$300. Except naturally it's not that cheap in the UK...
May 15 2020 | 11:00
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