The other day I was challenged to put together a gaming PC for less than $1,000. As it turns out, not only is it quite easy to hit this figure, but you also get a lot of hardware for your money.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Has Steve Jobs Macworld keynote speech been leaked?
As a follow-on to the last post I made about how open source could be affected by a recession, I got a number of emails and comments from readers regarding the tech indicators might we see that consumer confidence is low and that we're on the brink or a recession.
So, how might a recession affect open source software?
So, AMD has delayed the launch of Phenom 9900 and 9700 processors until Q2. The reason according to AMD is down to "prioritization and resources."
Since a few people have asked me for comment on the whole Gizmodogate incident I'm willing to break my self-imposed vow of silence on the matter and say a few words ...
Shares in Logitech rose by 12 per cent yesterday on rumors that Microsoft was getting ready to launch a takeover bid. Personally, I find this highly unlikely.
Dwight Silverman asks an interesting question - Does Vista suck, or is this just a perception?
So, Warner Bros has decided to switch camps and go over to Blu-ray. Tech pundits the world over rejoice and claim that the format wars are now over. But in the long run is Blu-ray any less dead than HD DVD?
One thing that you can say about Long Zheng is that he's tenacious. He just won't let the issue of the missing Windows Ultimate Extras drop. But I'm now pretty convinced that the chances of seeing any decent Windows Ultimate Extras have died.