Last weekend we built two new quad-core PCs over at the PC Doc HQ. I promised that you'd be first to see the results of our hard work - well, here you go.
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.
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When I looked over the spec of HPs new Blackbird 002 PC, I was surprised how similar some of the spec was to the quad-core systems I built.
What does net neutrality mean to you and what do you think that the DOJs filing will mean to you, to consumers, to businesses and to freedoms that people enjoy?
Steve Jobs has tried to appease angry iPhone buyers who bought the phone early and paid a $200 "cool tax" for the privilege by offering them each $100 Apple store credit. But what's the $100 credit actually worth?
Are you satisfied with $100 store credit from Apple?
I’ve ordered an iPod touch. Well, OK, I didn’t order it, my (wonderful) wife Kathie did. In fact, she ordered two. They’re the 16GB versions. She placed the order via WiFi using her HP iPAQ … :-)
Apple’s done it again and come out with a killer revamp of the iPod line.What many wanted was an iPhone sans the phone, and Apple has made that dream a realityThose new iPod touch devices look really cool.
Here’s a complete price list for the quad-core systems I’ve been building.
Months after the release of Windows Vista graphics related bugs still plague the OS.
I was expecting a few problems setting up the quad-core systems, fortunately, issues have been few and far between.