Intel says that they’ll be using a new generation of strained silicon to make its new-generation 65nm chips. Is this the fix to heat problems we’ve been waiting for? Does this put Intel back on track? Not really. Intel says
The FBI ran a series of raids called Operation Web Snare which grabbed some file sharers and others up to no good. That’s nice, but this is like trying to empty the ocean with a sandbucket. This is a joke.
We have two big political events coming up the next two weeks. Next week, in the U.S., the Republicans will have their convention in New York. The week after that, Futuremark will release its 3DMark 2005. You might say, “Has
Anyone who needs a new AMD system really soon is faced with a problem. Socket A is quickly becoming yesterday’s technology, while tomorrow’s mainstream AMD technology, socket 939, isn’t quite there yet. At least one motherboard company plans to offer
Playboy to have naked video game characters in October issue. Gamers prefer date with Lara Croft over Jordan. The question that ought to be raised here is not what Playboy will run as a pictorial next month, but rather what
Are Hammer processors having a problem with Windows XP SP2, particularly when the NX feature is turned on? Well, yes, but it’s important to understand why. The NX feature in Hammers (and eventually Intel processors, too) is supposed to stop