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With the launch of Nvidia's Kepler, now the GTX 680, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took the time to say thanks to the employees for a job well done on the GTX 680 release.
A new round of price drops is affecting motherboard makers using Intel's 7 series chipset before it is even officially announced.
Yo dawg, we heard you like Windows 8...
Asetek has modified an Alienware M18x gaming notebook with liquid cooling and, of course, an overclocked processor.
With Nvidia's new Kepler set to release this month, we are now hearing that AMD has the Radeon HD 7990 ready in the wings.
In a leaked Nvidia slide, the final GeForce GTX 680 specifications are revealed and more...
The design and development of ARM processors could receive a boost with a new ARM core simulator that was announced by Fujitsu.
The bankruptcy filing of Elpida may set the stage for a rebound of the DRAM industry.
Spire has begun selling a new GPU cooler that features three fans as well as five copper heat pipes.
ARM today announced a new low-power processor, the Cortex-M0+, which the company claims is "the world's most energy-efficient microprocessor".
Nvidia is building up some excitement for its Kepler-based graphics cards just ahead of their anticipated launch.
Lantronix announced the xPico, which the company claims is the world's smallest embedded device server.
Promise Technology announced a smaller version of its Pegasus RAID storage box that integrates 2.5-inch hard drives as well as Thunderbolt connectivity.
IBM has a prototype chip that features enough bandwidth to download 500 HD movies in just one second, or all content held by the Library of Congress in just about one hour.
EVGA has finally released the Classified SR-X after initially showing it off at CES 2012.
SteelSeries announced a new gaming mouse that allows players to store an unlimited number of game profiles.
Raidmax, also known as a computer chassis provider, has begun selling a new 600 Watt PSU.
The first images of Nvidia's new GPU may have made it out of labs and up on two hardware websites.
Don Corleone is the godfather of your motherboard.
Intel's Spring 2012 Processor Flipbook presentation confirms Ivy Bridge's processor specifications.
Two DDR4 memory modules were shown off at this years ISSCC.
Stock $35 Raspberry Pi units sold out within hours, but consumers can still purchase the credit card-sized computer which will be built to order.
AMD quietly announced the release of two new FX processors with Bulldozer core.
AMD will be launching three new Bulldozer-based FX desktop processors this quarter.
Intel's Ivy Bridge has apparently been delayed until June.
With Ivy Bridge a little over a month away, Hiroshige Goto, contributor for PC Watch, has estimated the layout of Ivy Bridge silicon.