Subject: General Tech | September 5, 2008 - 11:32 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Google's release of the Chrome browser has sparked a huge amount of prognostication from the tech community, much like Android when it was first announced. Tie that in with their win in the broadcast spectrum wars, ensuring that they, and other ISPs, have access to the C-block portion of the spectrum. Things are happening for Larry and Sergei, there is no doubt about that, but what the plan looks like in it's entirety is. The Tech Lounge has one plausible theory you can re
Subject: General Tech | September 4, 2008 - 11:40 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Thanks to CHW's sharp eye, or stealthy skills, we have an idea what AMDs processor roadmap for the end of this year looks like. There aren't any huge surprises but it is nice to have the timings confirmed. Let's hope the end of this year has them narrowing the performance gap between Intel's and AMD's chips.
Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2008 - 02:32 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The ViewSonic VX1962wm 19-inch Widescreen LCD Monitor is perfect for someone without enough desk space to fit a 22" or larger LCD, but want the higher resolution that the larger monitors offer. With a 1680x1050 resolution and 2ms response time, it looks good on paper, and Think Computers testing proves that it does well in t
Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2008 - 01:59 PM | Josh Walrath
AMD's graphics division has certainly been on the ball as of late. The 4000 series of Radeons have catapulted them back into the running, and there are certainly few weaknesses to these parts unlike the 2000 and 3000 series. AMD has also been quite aggressive in going after 55 nm production, and all of their major parts right now use that process node to great success. The HD 3000 series started the kickoff, then their integrated graphics parts quickly followed suit, and finally the 4000 series became the culmination of AMD's 55 nm design experience. NVIDIA has taken a
Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2008 - 12:16 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
PAX has been offering hands on time with a several games that fans are waiting with baited breath for. StarCraft 2 was not among them, but Fallout 3 was and AnandTech has posted an HD video of the first glimpses of the world beyond the vault doors. Drop by for a look at what Bethesda has done to one of the best post-apocolyptic games series around.
Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2008 - 12:02 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Google's plans to grab ultimate rule the web were moved ahead with the release of Chrome, their new browser. Multiple threads, memory management improvements and various other new features are included in this 'reinvention' of the browser. You can pick up a copy yourself and give it a try yourself, or you could read a bit about it before you jump right in. TECHGAGE is a good place to start if you are going to
Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2008 - 11:11 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
London, UK, September 1st 2008 - We are pleased to launch SiSoftware Sandra 2009, the latest version of our award-winning utility, which includes remote analysis, benchmarking and diagnostic features for PCs, servers and networks.
At SiSoftware from version to version we focus four key areas of software development to make sure we give our users the best software experience. Quite simply our four drivers are:
Subject: General Tech | September 3, 2008 - 11:05 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
City of Industry, CA, August 29, 2008 - GIGABYTE UNITED INC., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards today is pleased to today announce the first annual GIGABYTE Open Overclocking Championship (GO OC) - to be held in Taipei, Taiwan on Thursday, September 25th, 2008.
The GIGABYTE Open Overclocking Championship promises to be the industry's largest global overclocking competition in history with overclockers from 23 countries including Australia, China, France Germany, Greece, HK, India, Indonesia, Iran,
Subject: General Tech | September 2, 2008 - 04:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The new affordable gaming mouse from RAZER has been saddled with a rather unfortunate name, the Salmosa, which sounds like a popular South Asian snack which for some strange reason was filled with funny smelling ground salmon instead of potato, and which might send you to the hospital if you eat it. That aside, if you are looking for a high quality mouse without a dozen extra buttons and a big price tag, check out Bjorn3D's review.
Subject: General Tech | September 2, 2008 - 11:53 AM | Jeremy Hellstrom
PAX is the big name in gaming conferences after helping E3 finally pass away, remembered as a good conference gone bad. It is not the only conference going; there was Gamefest 2008 (aka Microsoft Game Technology Conference) in June and July which had some interesting news come out of it. Elite Bastards showed up and got an ear-full about DX11 and what it will mean for gamers and future games. Microsoft describes DX11 as strict superset of DX10(.1) and as backwards compatible, in the sense that DX9 compatible hardware will be able to handle the new instructions, though it see