Often criticized for its poor battery life, MSI will soon be adding 6-cell batteries to its Wind netbook. Despite the slight weight gain, the 6-cell will last up to 7 hours.
According to TweakTown, Nvidia asked its partners whether or not to continue selling nForce chipsets, and it seems that not one company responded positively.
The rumor mill believes that Apple may act upon the concept of a smaller, cheaper iPhone variant dubbed the iPhone "Nano". Unfortunately, details remain slim.
Foxconn announced today that its Quantum Force Dreadnought motherboard has been canceled due to the "quality" and "standard" of Nvidia's 790i chipset.
While we're not a car site, the lack of hardware news and Top Gear flooding our brains results in a Bugatti Veyron Roadster announcement making the press.
While this could unfold as being bogus, the possibility remains that an Atom-based Eee PC 900A is on the way, or so an image on a French site leads us to believe.
During the now concluded Assembly '08, overclockers Kinc and SF3D busted all four 3DMark Vantage presets using three GTX 280's and a QX9770. Figures here.
Maker of the low-cost Nano processor, VIA, has announced July net sales of $19.96 million, which is a $1.4 million increase from last month's $18.56 million.
There's more to Asus than its Eee branding. In fact, the company has now rolled out a power supply which boasts "double the lifespan" of "traditional" units.
Mozilla has released the Alpha version of Firefox 3.1. As PC World detail, the first update will include new usability functions and will arrive in late 2008 or early '09.
Since the RV770 launch, details of its successor have started trickling in. Code named "Lil Dragon", the RV870 will be a 40nm shrink and offer 20% speed gains.