It's been a really rough year for AMD. Losing market share to Intel is bad enough, but doing so at a time when the company took on $2 billion of debt and lost $1.2 billion over a six month period is really bad. AMD is now looking for ways to cut costs, and if it's not careful, things will get a lot worse.
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.
Today I continue my "Windows to Linux Chronicles" by looking at what media support is like under Ubuntu 7.04.
Can you get a DirectX 10 compatible graphics card for under $100? You sure can!
British censors have banned Manhunt 2 by Rockstar Games from being sold in the UK.The video game Manhunt 2 was rejected for its "unrelenting focus on stalking and brutal slaying", the British Board of Film Classification said.
Over the weekend I came to the conclusion that the reason why more Windows users aren't switching to Linux is the shortage of good information out there on the web for Linux newbies. If there are sites hosting good information out there, they sure aren't appearing on the first couple of Google results pages.
Apple applies full power to the reality distortion field as the iPhone launch day approaches.
Answers to a couple of questions about the Yoggie Pico Pro security appliance.
Apple improves iPhone battery life - but is it user-replaceable?
Ahhh, it's been a busy week so I thought I'd end with a funny ...Here a funny (well, I found it funny) error message that we caught over at the PC Doc HQ the other day:We waited ...
Steve Jobs wants to kill off Firefox (and Opera) and re-instate a new two-browser regime.