Hybrid SLI won't be hitting Intel's chipsets until quarter three, according to TechConnect Magazine. The technology is already supported by selected AMD chipsets, though.
DigiTimes informs us that Intel has received solid-state drive orders from Google, who plan on swapping their US servers to the flash-based alternative.
VR-Zone have confirmed that the 9900 GTX mechanical drawings seen at the end of last week are the real deal, as they've just received some extra drawings from their "reliable sources".
Fudzilla seem to have some insider information stating that AMD will announce the retirement of Mario Rivas at an unspecified date.
Samsung has released a DVD drive which can write at 22X speeds on 16X media and 12X speeds on 8X media. The SH-S223 is only available in India for the time being.
A report by Climate Counts has awarded Apple a rating of 11 (from a possible 100) regarding power consumption.
Firefox users will be pleased to know that Mozilla has now completed work on the first release-candidate of Firefox 3.0. Expect a late May release.
VR-Zone reports that Nvidia's upcoming 9500 GT and 9500 GS will utilize a 55nm GPU, despite being 65nm at launch.
To be demonstrated at the Black Hat security conference in August, security researchers have developed malicious rootkit software that lives in a computer's CPU.
Codemasters has just secured the rights to produce the future FIA Formula One World Championship games. Sony was previously behind the title.
Workstation users who fancy DisplayPort outputs should pay Sapphire's website a visit, where various FireGL cards with the new socket have been detailed.
Gigabyte has made some major changes to its upcoming P45-Extreme motherboard. Let's just say that chipset watercooling is on the agenda...