Despite spending most of our time online and at the computer these days, a major bottle neck is the connection we use to gain access.
We all use computers daily. Some of us are very mobile with our computing, preferring to stay on a laptop to do business.
Intel announced that it will be hosting a live discussion to talk about upcoming Nehalem-based Xeon processors, with the first talk occuring on March 31st of this year.
We've come quite a long way in technology and general computing, and yet, relatively, we've only just begun.
Let's get straight to the point: HDCP (High-bandwidth digital content protection) sucks--and so does copy protection in general.
There's no real shortage of processors and graphics cards these days. For every application and intent of building, there's a CPU and GPU that will fit your needs, and budget.
There are always companies out there that we like and then ones that we dislike. We all have our own reasons.
While looking into implementations of PhysX, we spoke to Nvidia this week and discovered that Apple's iPhone fully supports PhysX.
There's no disputing that Microsoft is a highly successful company. It's ambitions are set very high, and the company's determination to win in every market it enters is frightening to say the least.
AMD talks to Tom's Hardware about Intel's attempt to terminate a cross-license agreement between it and AMD.
Kingston memory demonstrated an Intel Core i7 920 system this week packed with 24 GB of DDR3 of its ValueRAM memory.
Asus has unleashed three GeForce GTS 250 models with Dark Knight fans, part of its new ENGTS250 series.