Rick rounds up all the major announcements from this year's E3.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Only for Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise.
Exposes 26 more DRAM settings.
Virtual machine to boost security.
Takes on Nvidia's Grid.
Looks to virtualisation market dominance.
Faster, more features, very secretive.
Should give ARM's chances against Intel a major boost.
Gigabyte's Z68 boards will use Lucid's Virtu software to combine Sandy Bridge and discrete graphics.
ARM has announced that the Cortex A 'Eagle' design will include virtualisation extensions.
Home and enterprise network storage maker, QNAP, shows off its latest Atom-based NAS boxes.
Microsoft has surprised many in the industry by releasing kernel drivers which allow Linux to play nicely with its Hyper-V technology under the GPL open source licence.
Windows XP Mode in Windows 7 requires hardware virtualisation, which isn't supported by some Core 2 Duo and Quad CPUs.
Microsoft has confirmed that Windows 7 will feature a virtualised Windows XP environment - based on Virtual PC technologies - for backwards compatibility.
Nvidia has announced a new technology for its high-end Quadro FX cards dubbed SLI Multi-OS, which allows virtualised operating systems to access the hardware directly.
NEC has joined the embedded Linux market with a new hypervisor system from Pheonix to debut in its laptop range, offering off-OS anti-virus and firewall applications.
AMD has shared some details with us on its upcoming native quad core "Barcelona" processor. With it comes a new name: Phenom. We delve into the depths of the new architecture to see what improvements have been shoehorned into the new silicon.
Microsoft has already been talking about what it hopes to deliver as Vista becomes current-gen and we look to the future. Hypervisors for all?
Looking back on the Fall IDF, there are a couple of really interesting trends. However, the big understated trend is that Enterprise-on-Desktop is the new Mobile-on-Desktop.
When we decided to put together a gaming server, we wanted it to be something a little special. Take a look at the chronicle of our server build then come and game against us and prove your skills!
The popular virtualisation and emulation software for Windows XP is now being given away for free. More Linux, minimum hassle!
Intel's new Extreme Edition processor sports two physical cores and Hyper Threading for another two virtual cores. Is the the ultimate processor for the hardcore gamer, or is it more suited to power users? We go in-depth to find out.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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