A diagram of AMD's upcoming G34 socket has surfaced. Featuring some 1974 pins, G34 will replace Socket 1207 and house AMD's DDR3 Opterons in 2010.
A new version of GPU-Z is up for grabs over at TechPowerUp. Version 0.2.6 adds support for the HD 4870 X2, and mends a few extra RV770-related bugs.
Microsoft is expanding its Sidewinder range with the introduction of the new X6 gaming keyboard later this year. The X5 rodent will also be subject to a revamp.
The Asus Eee PC 1000H is now available on Newegg. The 10.2" 1024x600 display, 1GB of memory, 80GB hard drive and Atom processor all add up to $649.
Following in XFX's footsteps, EVGA has also announced a GTX 260 and 280 cash-back program. The offer is only eligible to folks who purchased before July 7th.
Ars Technica has received word from Nvidia that the faulty G84 and G86 GPU's (as detailed here and here) do not affect the desktop counterparts.
XFX is offering a cash-back for early GTX 260 and 280 adopters who missed the price cuts. If purchased before July 11, XFX is willing to re-pay up to $120.
Intel has posted a second quarter revenue of $9.5 billion, which is a 9% yearly growth, though a 2% quarterly drop. A net income of $1.6 billion is also noted.
ATi (now AMD) and Nvidia are reportedly being investigated for staging competition between one another, by "fixing" the pricing and launch dates of their GPU's.
Intel's Sujan Kamran has revealed that the first quad-core mobile chips will be hitting laptops next month. The 2.53GHz X9300 will be among the new arrivals.
Initial estimates of the iPhone 3G's weekend sales point to a figure of $433 million, or potentially "the largest consumer electronics product launch in history".
Microsoft has detailed the enhancements coming to its Xbox Live service. Based on user feedback, users will soon be able to play games directly from the HDD.
PC World have the low-down on Nintendo's press-conference at E3. Among the already detailed MotionPlus, a new WiiSports and Wii Music are on the agenda.
Apple has filed a lawsuit against Psystar (known for its Mac clones), alleging that the company violated its copyright and software licensing agreements.