Yesterday AMD announced that it had gone "65nm" with a range of 65W "energy efficient" processors, work that AMD carried out in conjunction with IBM. AMD claim that these CPUs use just under 50% of the power needed to drive the Intel Core 2 Duo.
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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Kevin Rose, the founder of Digg, claims to have some reliable information on the much rumored Apple iPhone.
I feel that I should explain why, after years of resistance, I've finally added an iPod to my Holiday wish list. Yep, it's true.
The pundits spoke (and wrote some of the most awful, naive nonsense that I've ever read). They said that Microsoft's Zune PMP would fail. So how do they now account for it capturing 9% of the market share in the first week?
The PowerTogether.com offer that Microsoft put in place to give away free copies of Windows Vista Business Edition and Office 2007 Pro is over. With 30,000 sign-ups Microsoft has now decided to close the door on the offer.
AMD have released official details of the Quad FX platform (previously known as 4x4). The Quad FX platform features AMD’s Dual Socket Direct Connect (DSDC) architecture to deliver dual-socket, multi-core processing for "megatasking enthusiasts". Sounds good ... but ...
Lots happening in the hardware world this week:- Universal may try to force an iPod royalty fee on Apple- The PS3 is to get 1080p/24 support, and will allow for DVD upscaling- Intel to add pre-standard 802.11n to the Centrino chipset at next update - Transferring movies, ZIP files and PDFs between Zune PMPs
Still looking for some holiday stocking fillers … how about a keyboard? It has 103 keys and can display images on each key using OLEDs (Organic LEDs). Price? If you need to ask the price, this keyboard isn't for you!
Yesterday I blogged about the fact that Microsoft has made some changes to how the WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage) Notifications application works. Today I'll show you some of the changes that Microsoft has carried out to this application to try to make it fairer.
Microsoft has released an update to the Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) Notification tool.