Days after dropping their Ferrari F1 sponsorship, Fudzilla have learned that AMD were spending a combined $30 million a year on Nascar and F1.
VR-Zone have learned what the 9800 GT's clock speeds will be, and how to determine the 55nm version from the rest.
While this should be taken as a pinch of salt, Intel's upcoming P45 chipset apparently has some CrossFire issues when using Catalyst 8.4.
ExtremeTech have shed some light on the current Hybrid SLI situation, and the difficulties involved in creating supporting drivers.
Sun has announced the availability of its Sun Fire and Sun Blade systems powered by Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors.
MSI will also target the upcoming desktop Eee PC, which was pictured yesterday. Micro Star's rival can be seen here.
G.Skill has decided to jump into the solid-state drive market announcing various 32GB and 64GB 2.5-inch drives.
The Guinness World Records committee has announced that GTAIV has set two new records related to the first 24 hour's sales and revenue.
Codemasters has released the demo for its latest driving simulator, Race Driver: Grid, which supports up to 12 players.
After endless privacy criticism, Google has begun blurring people's faces caught by the Street View cameras.
Australian readers who have been patiently waiting for Super Smash Bros. Brawl will be pleased to know that June 26th is the release date.
AMD's upcoming RV770 core will apparently be capable of surpassing 1GHz clock speeds on air cooling.
Nvidia has finally released new drivers for its older GeForce 6, 7, and 8 series. Expect the usual amount of performance improvements and bug-fixes.
Microsoft has released the first service pack for Office 2008 (a Mac exclusive release). Office 2007's first service pack will arrive "mid-June".