Just before I knock off for the day, breaking news from VR-Zone cites that AMD's RV770 will arrive on June 18th (fitting it into the time-frame defined earlier today).
Following yesterday's pictures of the Wind laptop, the folks over at ChileHardware have published a hands-on analysis of the Eee PC alternative.
As a result of the defendants failing to appear in court, MySpace has been awarded 230 million in damages in the largest judgment ever against spammers.
A generous reader of the latest Game Informer magazine has scanned an image of the drum-kit to be included in Guitar Hero IV.
Open-source users will be pleased to know that the latest Linux operating system sponsored by Red Hat - Fedora 9 - has been released.
A leaked feature list for the upcoming Spring dashboard update has evidence that the Xbox 360 will soon have a motion-sensing magic wand.
Sony has announced that its sales and operating revenue has hit 78.5 billion, touting that the quarter broke several company records.
Foxconn has answered consumer's demands, extending its warranty period for graphics cards to three years (if purchased after the 1st of May).
MSI has launched an overclocked 384MB 9600 GSO that operates at 600MHz/900MHz, and features MSI's Seaweed-blade cooler.
Microsoft has announced that the next major release of Office for Macs will reunite users with Visual Basic for Applications.
Dell has responded to claims stating that it will abandon several XPS desktops. To keep things brief, Dell will propel Alienware as their premier brand, though not abandon XPS.
Gigabyte has claimed that Asus is "playing numbers marketing" and "cheating end users" with its EPU (Energy Processing Unit).
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox 360 is the first "current-gen" console to sell 10 million units in the US.
Among reporting loads of information about AMD's upcoming HD 4000-series, TG Daily believe that the first RV770 products will arrive somewhere between June 15 and June 22.
Sony has released firmware 2.35 for its PS3. The latest release, much to the disappointment of users, doesn't fix GTA IV lockups.