Intel has responded to today's allegations that it is using the USB 3.0 spec to get an unfair advantage in the market, stating that it is not developing the specification itself, but rather the host controller.
Mozilla have announced that Firefox 3.0 will go live on June 17th, and they expect to break the record for most software downloads on a single day.
As jealous as we are, VR-Zone has benchmarked three GTX 280's with a QX9650 clocked at 4GHz. A 3DMark Vantage score of P21,350 was achieved.
Finalized (or close to it) pricing for the Eee PC 901 will be $599 in the US, and ?319 in the UK. The faster Eee PC 1000 will start at $649 - far north of a "low cost" notebook.
Yahoo has sent out a press-release stating that it has formally closed the acquisition book on Microsoft - a Google partnership is now the talk.
It has been recently outlined that PCI Express 3.0 will be backwards compatible with PCIe 2.0, as it doesn't require a new slot (but rather new electronics etc).
According to DigiTimes, AMD will not launch its 65nm dual-core Kuma processors until the company makes the jump to 45nm when "mature yields" are witnessed.
Despite the lack of information on Intel's Havendale and Lynnfield processors, numerous Bloomfield specifications have surfaced.
It appears that Intel will not release the USB 3.0 spec to AMD, Nvidia or VIA until the beginning of 2009, which may force them to part ways and create their own USB specification.
With launch imminent, various performance slides and pictures of the GTX 280 and 260 have surfaced.
Some photos of a HD 3950's packaging manufactured by Gigabyte have emerged. Whether this is a Gigabyte exclusive stunt, or a way to clean out remaining RV670 cores remains to be seen.
Focusing our attention back onto the GeForce 9-series for one second, the relatively unheard of GeForce 9800 GT has been spotted.