Microsoft has finally outlined the Windows 7 editions. Are there too many editions, too few or has Microsoft struck the right balance?
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It's easy to touch-enable your existing PC without breaking the bank. Here's one recommendation, but there is one downside to note.
If you plan on buying a Sony PlayStation 3 or a Microsoft Zune this Christmas, then you will join an elite group of individuals who will have the privilege of beta testing that product. On top of that, you'll be expected to market that product aggressively during 2007 by actively promoting it to your friends, colleagues and family.
Apple's "Let's Rock" event is underway in San Francisco. Here are the highlights from the event.
Tune in for the Hardware 2.0 Live Blog on Nokia's Financial and Strategic Briefing.
NVIDIA has officially released the latest addition to the 400-series GPU line - the GTS 450.
Here's an awesome overclock of the as yet unreleased NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580, taking the clock speed to almost double the stock speed.
Yeah, you read that right. Sony's "fictional" VP Kevin Butler (yeah, apparently big companies have them - must be a tax things or something ;) retweeted the PS3 METLDR root key that can be used to jailbreak the console.
Apple's first quarter 2011 financial results are out, and the company reports record Mac, iPhone, iPad sales and the highest revenue and earnings ever. Revenue grows 71% while earnings up 78%.
Yesterday it emerged that the Sony Online Entertainment portal had been taken down due to an intrusion. Today it emerges that this hack has resulted in the disclosure of more financial information to hackers.