Tencent warns of Magellan SQLite vulnerability
Which powers... well, almost everything.
Which powers... well, almost everything.
Raijintek tries its hand at mini-ITX again after the unique and successful Metis.
Stream PC games to mobile devices/VR headsets, live in-stream replay, auto-overclocking.
Well, as close as we've come, anyway.
Californian Assemblyman takes pots shots at Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and the ESRB over alleged sexual content.
With the 7800 now launched, we look to the future. We chat to Nvidia's Chief Scientist, David Kirk, about PlayStation 3, next-generation architectures and what's next for PC gaming.
Battlefield 2 fans caught some unexpected friendly fire when the v1.01 patch contained a fatal memory leak; EA responds to the flack.
Investigating the new 'E' stepping reveals support for speeds of 250MHz and beyond - without overclocking.
According to Canandian press, ATI may well be ripe for a takeover - find out who's in the running to be ATI's daddy.
Memory developer RAMBUS claims their newly released XDR2 memory is five times faster than current GDDR solutions.
A German court has convicted Sven Jaschan of "Computer Sabotage", but is lenient in sentencing.
RivaTuner creator airs some scepticism surrounding some of the comments made by NVIDIA's David Kirk. He explains how the VGA BIOS proves to be the simplest way to verify the number of programmable clock domains inside a GPU.
This week, we brought you the news that the original Quake is being ported over to mobile phone handsets. We have new screenshots for you today - nostalgia ahoy!
CNET Download.com, celebrating its 10th birthday this year, have announced the Top 10 downloads of the past 10 years.
According to a report on Gamespot, one of Microsoft's Game Studios suite software houses is likely to start developing titles for Nintendo's DS handheld console.
Galaxy are a company that we haven't worked with a great deal in the past. Today, we evaluate their GeForce 6600 GT featuring a dual BIOS and buzzer alarm - will these features be useful to the cost concious enthusiast that is looking to get the most out of their video card? We have the answers inside.
Over the last couple of days there have been queries about whether or not GeForce 7800 operates at multiple clock speeds. We talk to Nvidia's Chief Scientist, David Kirk, to clear up the issue.
Tough enough for a tour of duty in Iraq, this 'Armor for iPod Photo' case was milled from solid aluminium.
With his light synthesizer being built-in to the Xbox 360, the Guardian has talked to Jeff Minter about his work. Old-skool fans, jump on in!
ATI Taiwan says that R520 is on course to start shipping in September, and will be accompanied by R530 and RV515. Full analysis inside.
After yesterday's All-In-Wonder X800 XL launch, we have managed to get hold of some more information on the new product...
Ding dong, the witch is dead! If winning the 2012 Olympics wasn't reason to celebrate, then this is!
Asetek have slashed prices on their Waterchill kits, with new kits including their awesome new pump / reservoir system.
The follow-up to the 1998 shooter is to be released on Valve's online distribution system and will be powered by Source.
A new interview with the developer of the mobile OpenGL port of Quake has revealed some cool new info. Bluetooth deathmatch!
Want a new case? These new Coolermaster Centurion models are just 70 bucks, but have a great design and featureset. With dual 120mm cooling and distinctive styling, are these the new budget cases to beat?
Earlier today, ATI announced the latest addition to its All-In-Wonder family, which is the first high-end All-In-Wonder product on PCI-Express. It is based on the very popular Radeon X800 XL and we finally have pictures of the card...
Sapphire has a new budget range of Radeon cards with plenty of configurable options.
Today, ATI announce the release of the All-In-Wonder X800 XL - the first high-end PCI-Express addition to the All-In-Wonder family. It is expected to be available later this summer, read on for more details.
We have a look at a Shuttle based on ATI's Radeon Xpress 200G chipset: the ST20G5. It features an integrated graphics processor that will allow for up to three monitors to be driven when coupled with a discrete ATI-based video card.