Intel's upcoming Core i7 chips won't disappoint in the overclocking department, that's for sure. A screenshot shows 4.11 GHz speeds on air, with a minor voltage bump.
Sony has issued a recall on several of its Vaio laptops sold between July 2007 and August 2008. Affected units may have a "wiring problem" which causes overheating.
Buffalo has unveiled what it claims to be the world's fastest Blu-ray burner, which offers speeds up to 8x. The BR-816FBS-BK will currently set you back $370.
If you're curious as to what AMD has in store for the remainder of 2008, then a leaked slide should provide some comfort. The full low-down can be read here.
NordicHardware have thoroughly detailed the changes Intel has made to its Nehalem launch schedule. The new roadmap takes us through to quarter one, 2010.
It's official. Ubisoft has announced that Far Cry 2 will hit the shelves on October 21st for North America, while European folks will have to wait until October 24th.
Samsung are pursuing an acquisition of its US rival Sandisk, according to a South Korean newspaper. Both companies are remaining tight-lipped about the situation.
AMD may spin-off two of its fabrication plants in Dresden, Germany within two weeks, according to a Wall Street securities analyst. Details on the "asset smart" plan here.
As first detailed in the second of our recent "Week in Review" stories, Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates have starred together in a Microsoft ad, which is now online.
Activision has announced that Call of Duty: World at War will hit retail on November 11th. The title is from the makers of CoD3, although uses the CoD4 engine.
AMD are preparing to launch a cut-down HD 48x0 in the not too distant future, or so Fudzilla lead us to believe. Expect pricing to be well under the $150 mark.
iBUYPOWER, known for its innovative and powerful gaming PCs, is excited to launch its newest gaming rig - the Paladin 998, which will hit retail next week for $1,999.