MSI's HD 4670 and 4650 graphics cards were showcased yesterday through a flurry of pictures, and today, we have some press-release goodness to add to the equation.
AMD has once again expanded its FirePro professional graphics card lineup with the addition of the V8700 and V3750, which are both built on the 55nm RV770 core.
AMD's upcoming Phenom X2 chips are looking to pack quite a punch in the performance per clock department. In fact, a 15% improvement over K8 chips is witnessed in SuperPi.
The Xbox 360 exclusive window of Rock Band 2 will kick off Sunday, September 14th. The title will hit the Wii and PS3 later in the year. Gamespot has more.
Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg has announced that the site's "new look" - which has been an optional theme since July - will become permanent later this week.
David Kanter of Real World Technologies has published an article which touches upon Nvidia's general-purpose GPU computing, and the CUDA language. More here.
PC World have also taken an in-depth look at iTunes version 8, which was recently launched alongside the new iPods at Apple's "Let's Rock" event. More here.
With its HD 4600-series now out and about, AMD is shifting its focus onto the RV710 GPU, which will likely be dubbed the HD 4550. Early details can be read here.
Nvidia has no plans of renaming its faster GTX 260 (as detailed earlier today) which will feature an additional 24 shaders. Launch may occur on September 16th.
Following last week's price cuts, Xbox 360 sales in North America have doubled, and in some instances sextupled, according to a recent statement from Microsoft.
Following its recent grand unveiling, PC World have taken a look at the new fourth-generation iPod Nano, which takes the taller, thinner shape of the gen-two models.
Nvidia are preparing to launch a revised GTX 280 later next year, which will either be 40 or 45nm. A faster GTX 260 is also in the works, reveals the same leaked roadmap.
A ticked-off shareholder has filed a class action against Nvidia, alleging the company knew about the infamous mobile GPU failures as early as last summer and kept things under wraps.