1TB drives are in the pipeline from both Hitachi and Seagate - but do you really need a drive that big? Do the downsides outweigh the benefits?
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.
It seems that with success attracts lawsuits and huge success attracts antitrust lawsuits. Apple is currently facing a number of lawsuits, and one in particular has the potential to be on a similar scale to the federal antitrust battle that hammered Microsoft.
AMD Quad FX processors and compatible motherboard are now available for consumers to buy, but only if you have the cash.
Back in September a thread was started on the Apple support forum by an iPod nano owner who wanted to know if "a high-pitched whine or buzz that is audible if you hold it close to your ear" is normal for the media player. The answer now seems that it might be, although not by design.
The Hardware 2.0 blog has only been going for six months, but this is the time of year for reflection.
In your opinion, does accepting a major freebie (such as a notebook computer) affect a blogger/journalist's credibility and integrity?
A hacker going under the alias "muslix64" has written a utility which is capable of decrypting a AACS (Advanced Access Content System) protected HD-DVD discs.
I love this time of year. Not just because I have new set of toys to play with but because other people are starting to write and post reviews of the gadgets that they got over the Holidays.
Well, that festive time is nearly upon us once again. For me that means spending a lot less time in front of PCs and a lot more time in front of the log fire, glass of sherry in hand, with family and friends (and eyeing the gifts under the tree!
Two items of hardware to make gamers salivate.