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In recent months, solid state disks have become the storage darlings of the computer world, offering consumers the promise of outrageous transfer speeds at the expense of capacity and price.[...]
Start of a desktop revolution or a novel technology destined to become a trivia question someday? These two possible paths await Intel's Thunderbolt technology, which debuted in February.
Western Digital's little-media-players-that-could have proven to be an extremely popular addition to the storage giant's consumer-oriented offerings. Developed as another way to sell storage products, the WD TV units have[...]
With an announcement of its Internet TV widely expected in mid-October, Sony is now getting ready to ship a UK version of the SMP-N100 Network Media Player which has already[...]
Big words from a big company. Apple's surprise announcement, revealed today via an unexpected homepage update, has the Internet a-flurry with ideas. The announcement says to expect something[...]
While many like to criticize Microsoft for spending a lot of money and not achieving much with it, it's hard to deny that the Kinect story is anything but an[...]
Despite promises that Via would be releasing a dual-core version of its Nano processor by the end of last year, 2009 has come and gone, and Via has yet to[...]
In what appears to be a recreation of the infamous DeCSS saga that broke DVD encryption and spread it all over the Internet, Sony is looking to keep the recent[...]
What with Computex 2011 among us, the hardware news is coming fast and furious - both via official press channels and the less official rumors and leaks chatter. Intel has[...]
Western Digital has three main product lines in their desktop hard drive segment: Caviar Black, Caviar Blue and Caviar Green. The Caviar Green drives focus on low energy use[...]
For the Jurassic Park game, Telltale Games, the studio that is best known for its point-and-click adventure games, has taken some serious deviations from its form.
Mass Effect may not have exactly been a groundbreaking game, but for almost everything (*cough* Mako) it did, it did extremely well. Mass Effect 2 came out at Christmas[...]
In continuing hopes of catching up to Intel's Atom, Via has released the specifications for a dual-core edition of the Nano, a chip that received early uptake a year or[...]
It's been a pretty long time since we've heard anything major come from the likes of S3 Graphics, but that doesn't mean they're dead - not by a long shot.[...]
Looking to build an HTPC but unhappy with how big even a mini-ITX case looks? Check out VIA's new P720, a pico-ITX board barely bigger than a business card[...]
Well, they might be the world's first mini-ITX boards from VIA, but that's splitting hairs. The boards are still worthwhile, however, for how little power they use. VIA might be[...]
While Intel's Atom may be the current low-power darling of the technology world, VIA is back, and with a vengeance. Early reports show their new Nano CPUs to be[...]
In recent years, cable companies have sounded increasingly worried over the trend away from watching video content delivered via cable boxes in favor of watching on the PC. As[...]
EVGA announced UV Plus, a USB VGA display adapter that allows for multiple displays to be connected via a USB port.
VIA took the wraps off of the new ARTiGO A2000 storage server, today. Designed to serve as a plug and play storage unit, the new barebones server uses an[...]