Workstation graphics from AMD appear to have an edge over its green rivals pretty much since the FireGL team in Germany came out with a next-gen driver for R600-based cards.
Dell is continuing on its quest to become a green company, this time with an expansion of Reconnect, the firm's electronics recycling service.
Mountain House (CA) - Starting yesterday, American TV viewers will tune in for NCAA's March Madness, college basketball tournament that saw more giant killing feats in its history than any other.
Seoul (Korea) - Samsung engineers managed to squeeze a fully functional CMOS module providing 8 megapixels of image resolution or cellphone cameras in an area measuring just 28 x 15.
Tokyo (Japan) - If there is one place in the world that any gadget-electronic freak should go to, that is Akihabara district in Tokyo.
Sunnyvale (CA) - OCZ Technology has announced it next generation of SSD drives that are up to twice as fast as the previous generation.
Sydney (Australia) - If you have co-founded a company and spent a better part of your life in it, does that mean you need to adore every product that came out of the company?
After years of Creative's dominance and players who would occasionally manage to produce a product that was relatively competitive, Taiwan giant ASUS decided to step up to sound card table.
In a bid to win hearts, minds and pockets of FB-DIMM users such as Intel V8, Skulltrail or Mac Pro users, Super Talent launched new FB-DIMM modules working at DDR2-800 speeds.