AMD clarified with press late last week about the immediate future of its line of Radeon HD graphics products, particularly the HD 4870 X2.
I, like many people, have been subscribing to Internet connection services since the days of 3600 baud modems. Then, I upgraded to 14.4k, 36.6k, 56k, DSL and now cable.
Because of mechanical wear and tear in traditional hard drives and fans, I've never really liked turning off my computing devices. A steady on state is better for the hard drive in the long run.
This week Facebook decided it didn't want to be associated with illegal software distribution and consequently blocked The Pirate Bay's torrent linking on its site.
Windows is the undisputed king of operating systems. That's no secret. But Windows is also the center of a lot of criticism.
Games evovle along with the hardware that they're developed on, naturally. However, much of what makes a great game enjoyable, hasn't really changed too much.
Accordording to recent AMD documents that we were able to see, AMD is planning to launch a new Athlon series sometime in June of this year.
We at Tom's Hardware have been covering hardware and technology from all aspects of the industry for years. However, there was always one big gap.
AMD, arguably the CPU company that's gone through the most significant changes in the last several years, has yet to scratch the surface of what it can really do.
This Thursday and Friday, Tom's and Intel will host two major talks about Intel's Nehalem Xeon processors.
We're all computer and hardware enthusiasts. We all love building, tweaking, and upgrading our systems for the most performance.
Western Digital today announced that it will officially enter the SSD race with the acquisition of SiliconSystems.
Reminder: Intel's tech talk for its Nehalem-based Xeon processors, will occur tomorrow, Tuesday, March 31st.
I remember when my 12-inch yellow monocrhome CRT monitor was the pinnacle of desktop display technology. Alas, those memorable days are gone.
Technology is moving at an ever increasing rate of development, and just a few years from now, we'll be exponetially more informed and equipped than we were in all of human history.
Once in a while, there's always a major outbreak of computer viruses. This year, the Conficker virus is making the rounds.