Dell has added to its notebook portfolio the new Studio series. Both the Studio 15 and 17 are aimed to fill the price gap between the XPS and low-cost Inspiron lineup.
Since a few blurry pictures emerged on our forums, we've been waiting to see these for quite some time. Thanks to Chiphell, we now have some HD 4870 X2 nude shots at hand.
It appears that AMD's RV770 core supports a 100% fully ray-traced pipeline. This comes as a result of highly-coded Tessellation and anti-aliasing algorithms.
According to DigiTimes, the success of the RV770 core is looking to boost AMD's discrete graphics market share to 40% within months (from the current 30%).
Following the initial showcasing at this year's CES, Cooler Master has now officially launched its V8 CPU cooler.
Mozilla has plans to present the first Alpha version of Firefox 3.1 by July, and then move the update to Beta come August.
Blizzard has today announced the third installment in the Diablo series. The title promises a new 3D graphics engine, as well as physics-enhanced environments.
As a result of a $110 manufacturing price per core, as well as yields reaching as low as 40 per cent, Nvidia is in a hurry to roll-out the 55nm GT200 core.
Microsoft has announced that it plans to buy MobiComp, who specialize in developing mobile software for sites such as Facebook.
The flurry of driver releases coming from Nvidia these last few weeks have almost been hard to keep up with. The latest version is Forceware 177.41, which does support the GTX 200 series.
As a result of the Radeon HD 4000-series, Gainward is ending its exclusivity with Nvidia, and is preparing to launch a reference HD 4850 and HD 4870.