Microsoft has laid down the law regarding the use of Windows XP on ultra low-cost PC's, stating that 80GB drives and 10.2" non-touch screens are the maximum allowed.
TechRadar have alleged that Nvidia's Roy Taylor told them "the UK is the only place in the world where anyone talks about AMD or ATI". Ouch!
Microsoft's answer to the iPod has now sold 2 million units. It seems, however, to have primarily damaged Creative's market share rather than Apple's.
EA has revealed plans that special versions of the "EA Sports" games are being developed for Nintendo's Wii. Watch out Wii Sports!
Fudzilla have learned that there is no straightforward workaround for disabling Intel's overclocking lock present in the upcoming Lynnfield and Havendale processors (socket 1160).
Dual fans, heatpipes and 1GB of memory are the selling points for Sparkle's latest take on the Calibre 9600 GT.
I'm a day or two behind on this one, but Ubisoft has recently released an introductory video for Far Cry 2, combining both gameplay footage, and developer interviews.
Cooler Master have launched the uniquely designed Hyper Z600 noiseless CPU cooler. The cooler's X-shape accompanies six heatpipes and a weight of 1045g.
Universal Studios has signed a deal to transform Bioshock into a movie. Gore Verbinski, who was behind all three Pirates of the Caribbean movies, will produce and direct the film.
Intel's Tylersburg chipset is apparently going to bare the X58 moniker. The chip will be used on Socket 1366 motherboards, and assist the quad-core Bloomfield processors.
Among reporting a 2.9 Billion USD profit so far this year, Activision has confirmed that a fifth installment in the Call of Duty series is on the way, which will be set in "a new military theatre".
Word has surfaced that AMD will make the switch to the 45nm high-k process (used on Intel's Penryn chips) in 2009 with its first octo-core chips.
Toshiba has hopes of producing one in every two solid-state drives sold within the close of the decade.