Old VIA C3 chipsets have an undocumented RISC coprocessor that gives you root access from userland if you simply type in four bytes.
Asustek Computer and subsidiary Asmedia Technology are being sued by VIA over alleged stolen technology.
It'd be easy to dismiss nettops as underpowered attempts at miniaturization, but they’re good enough for surfing the Web, writing emails, and watching some video. Today, we're comparing seven different platforms based on CPUs from Intel, AMD, and VIA.
It's almost like hooking up an Android smartphone to your HDTV, only with mouse and keyboard support.
VIA's x86 embedded platforms will support Google's Android OS starting with the EITX-3002 Em-ITX board.
VIA has launched new dual-core solution for those who have limited physical space but want 64-bit computing.
Welcome to Part 2 of Tom's Hardware's 2010 Holiday Gift Guide. This second installment is geared toward the folks who want to buy components that stand alone as respectable gifts--call them the add-ons to go with the complete machines we built last week.
It's been a long time since we've previewed a VIA chipset. And yet, here we are with an S3-based DX10 GPU that VIA claims is ready for gaming. How does the VN1000 compare to Intel's Atom and Nvidia's ION? Is it strong enough to ward off Core i3?