Asus has unleashed a new lineup of notebooks which are coated in Moso bamboo. In case you haven't already guessed, save the earth is the aim with the Bamboo Series.
If you thought we'd done enough Google Chrome coverage for one day, then you'd be wrong. The folks over at TechGage have taken an in-depth look at the browser.
Dell's break into the low-cost netbook market is expected to take place this week, when the computer giant launches its 8.9-inch Inspiron 910. A sub $400 price is expected.
EA has released the official system requirements for Mirror's Edge, and it's about time too. As detailed here, the minimum requirements are lower than expected.
If you're an Internet Explorer fan boy, then stop reading now. Unconfirmed tests (which are no doubt over exaggerated), show that IE8 is a huge memory hog.
Apple has sent out invites to journalists regarding a special event which will occur on September 9th. New iPods or a music subscription service may be on the agenda.
AMD has put into practice another round of price cuts, which this time round push the flagship Phenom X4 9950 Black Edition down to $186. The full list is here.
If recent rumors hold true, AMD will revive its FX high-end CPU branding by mid-2009 with the launch of its Shanghai processors. The full low-down can be read here.
Mozilla's CEO has published his thoughts on Google's Chrome browser. He agrees that it will have a competitive effect on Mozilla, and is "interested" in its development.
Google's new Chrome browser has already received a welcoming reception, although CNet's attention has been drawn not to the browser itself, but rather the fine print.
Logitech has launched a range of new keyboards, and one of which immediately attracts the eye. The Logitech Illuminated will hit the streets in October for $80.
Microsoft has reportedly eased the hard drive size restrictions in place for netbooks using Windows XP, according to DigiTimes. 160 GB is now the maximum capacity.