Subsequent to the launch of HIS' HD 4850 IceQ4 board, Palit has also rolled-out a HD 4850 with a beefed up cooling solution, namely the HD 4850 Sonic.
As a result of the merger between Activision and Vivendi Games, the newly-formed Activision Blizzard will stop producing a handful of established titles.
Along with announcing its latest financial results, Time Warner has announced plans to split AOL's internet and advertising businesses into two separate entities.
EVGA has rolled-out the Superclocked and SSC Editions of the recently launched 55nm 9800 GTX+. The latter's core is clocked at an ample 792MHz!
The upcoming high-end Eee PC's have been named. As DigiTimes report, the S101 and S91 will occupy the Ultimate segment (the former being pictured here).
Logitech has unleashed the highly sought after Mac version of its DiNovo Edge keyboard. Orange back lighting, and 1/2 inch thickness will set you back $159.
Microsoft is the latest to cash in on the success of The Dark Knight, displaying a limited edition Xbox 360 system embossed with the Batman logo earlier this week.
Rockstar North has announced that its record breaking Grand Theft Auto IV title will hit PC's in North America on November 18th, and Europe on November 21st.
Microsoft has issued an update for its Xbox 360 console which "contains code" to "prepare for future growth" of its Live service. Nothing else is included.
The latest product to fall under the Eee branding comes in the form of a Nintendo Wii Nunchuck lookalike, alias the Eee Stick. The plug and play device is detailed here.
The HD 4870 X2 remains on schedule for an August 12th launch, reaffirms Fudzilla. Nothing else is mentioned that we currently don't know, unfortunately.
Mozilla Labs have released two parts of an evolving series of videos, which demonstrate the company's visions for the future of web browsing. More here.
Our colleagues over at Maximum PC have gathered the parts needed to build a 2.93GHz Bloomfield based PC. There's no shortage of pictures in this one, folks.
With notebook shipments for the first half of this year falling well short of expectations, Asus will begin outsourcing production of some of its notebooks in Q4 this year.