OCZ is expanding its DDR3 memory lineup beyond desktops, by announcing PC3-8500 and PC3-10666 SODIMM modules aimed towards high-end laptops.
Intel's Pat Gelsinger has revealed that the company's upcoming graphics chip, Larrabee, will be based on the P54C architecture seen in the original Pentium...
Having been on the market for almost 18 months now, Windows Vista's market share has jumped up a staggering 297% in the past 12 months.
Blizzard's Rob Pardo has told Eurogamer that although a console version of Diablo 3 isn't planned, it is something that's "theoretically possible".
Following the first benchmarks, Toms Hardare have taken an in-depth look at Intel's Nehalem architecture, as well as Foxconn's Renaissance X58 motherboard.
Steve Ballmer has revealed that Microsoft doesn't trust Yahoo's existing board, and that a merger may be discussed again if a new board gets elected.
Pioneer has developed an optical disc capable of storing 400GB of data. Consisting of 16 25GB layers, the tech is backwards-compatible with the Blu-ray.
After pulling PS3 firmware 2.40 off its servers earlier in the month, Sony has announced that version 2.41 will arrive "midweek". Hopefully this one's here to stay!
Gigabyte has a touch screen 8.9-inch notebook up its sleeve, which looks to be embarking on Eee PC 1000 territory. Thankfully, Gigabyte has supplied plenty of pics.
Despite having been released to the public in late April, a Microsoft spokesman has claimed that XP's third service pack will hit Automatic Updates "shortly".
Following initial talks of Diamond's HD 4870 XOC Black Edition with the unlocked BIOS, the first pretty picture has emerged for you all to drool over.
Scythe has introduced its new Ninja 2 CPU cooler. Although nothing much appears to have changed, Scythe claims a 15% performance improvement under load.
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