Our second review roundup for the day is of Intel's newly launched X25-M solid-state drive series. It would be fair to say that this turns the current SSD market upside down.
Palit has added yet another addition to its growing graphics card lineup, alias the 1GB version of its HD 4850 Sonic. Both the core and memory are factory overclocked.
AMD has officially launched its Radeon HD 4650 and HD 4670, which inhabit the sub-$100 market segment. Below we've gathered the very few reviews to hit the web.
It was ten years ago on Sunday (alright, we're a little late with this one) that Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google. Heck, where will they be in another 10 years...
Microsoft has confirmed several details regarding its new Zune lineup slated for fall, according to CNet. This follows Apple's announcement of the next generation iPods.
Photo's have started flooding in of OCZ's new Alchemy series Elixir II keyboard. As Fudzilla detail, the successor will remain low-cost and keep its original color scheme.
Following confusion with viewers, Microsoft's Brad Brooks has shared his thoughts on the recent Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Gates advertisement. There's more ads to come, folks.
Microsoft has made official the mice behind the teaser "Say Goodbye to Laser", namely the Explorer and Explorer Mini, which now both feature the new BlueTrack technology.
AMD will launch two interim quad-core 45nm CPUs by the end of this year which will only support the AM2+ socket, and not AM3 as originally intended. Digitmes has more.
Hold the phone! A HD 4670 CrossFire setup will outperform a single HD 4850 in 3DMark, or so several premature tests reveal. The full low-down can be read over at GPU Caf?.
Our collegues over at the TechReport have detailed AMD's roadmap for the next two years. The 4-core Shanghai, 6-core Istanbul and 12-core Magny Cours are mentioned.
Specifications have emerged for the PC which is being developed by Crytek purely to play Crysis Warhead. The $699 system sports a 9800 GT along with an E7300 CPU.