Subject: Shows and Expos | February 28, 2005 - 02:47 PM | Ryan Shrout
I just got back from registering for this springs Intel Developer Forum and as usual they handed out a bag with some information in it for the press. After the short walk back to the hotel, I found two items of interest to me in the pack, which usually doesn't happen.
First up, Microsoft and Intel were partnering to hand out copies of the evaluation version of "Windows Server 2003 Enterprise x64 Edition:"
The Consumer Electronics Show of 2005 is over and as we sum up the show for our PC-related technology readers, you'll find some interesting information along all fronts inside.
Subject: Shows and Expos | October 28, 2004 - 07:37 AM | Jonathan Hung
Our very own dna (aka. Dave Phelps) is representing PCPerspective at Abit's ACON Doom 3 Fragfest! I've personally played against Dave many times and always find myself respawning whenever confronting him. Click on the link and give your vote to Dave and show your PCPerspective Pride!
On October 31st, we are going to find out. ABIT and VIA are proud to announce the ACON DOOM 3™ Media FragFest.
The BYOC and Keynote Speech
Quakecon 2004 is over, but it was a great show. Lots of hardware vendors were on hand to show some new hardware, or maybe just tell us about it and the HardOCP workshop was a lot of fun as well.
Subject: Shows and Expos | August 11, 2004 - 11:33 AM | Ryan Shrout
Well, I am here now at the Gaylord Texas Resort, preparing for Quakecon 2004. The show is still under construction as the cables are still getting wired and the power is getting routed. If you are going to be there, look for me in an Amdmb.com Tshirt (old school style) and if you aren't going to be there, then just check out the Quakecon website.
UPDATE (8/12/04, 12:15pm): Well, the gamers are still setting up and the show booths are getting settled in as we speak. There are already a ton of people playing gam
Subject: Shows and Expos | June 23, 2004 - 12:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Computer trade show Comdex, once the biggest event on the tech calendar, has been canceled this year, a victim of the growing interest in shows emphasizing consumer electronics and specialist IT gear.
We look at what this year's Computex show offers us in terms of motherboards, graphics, mobile technology, cases and cooling.
We went to Shanghai to cover an Abit gaming event, and while we were in the area, we stopped by the Abit motherboard factory to take a gander as well.
Wenchi Chen, VIA CEO and Dr. Morris Chang, TSMC
VIA hosted another technology forum that was comprised of some of the greatest minds in the semiconductor business. There was a lot of information presented by the speakers that I think will be worth your reading.