If you want to buy a computer soon, life is starting to get interesting. All is not well in hardwaredom. Normally, mobo sales go up about 12% from September to October. This year, analysts expected just a 3% gain. They
Rather sooner than expected, we have a good-enough-for-now explanation from one of the participants as to what they expect short-term from CGPUs. TGDaily has an article on the subject which includes what is at least an informed opinion by the
No one (well, no one sane on the subject) will ever accuse me of being an AMD fanboy. Nonetheless, some of the utterings from financial types just leave me shaking my head. First, AMD released its earnings, and given the
AMD in Dell Digitimes reports that Dell will start selling AMD-based notebooks very soon. Prices look like they’ll be cheaper than they are for Dell C2D machines, though how much cheaper they’ll really be will have to await the configurator.
We as a species have reached a point in our technological evolution where hardware exceeds that of the programming, unlike days of the past where one would have to concern themselves whether their computer could conceivably operate an application efficiently
The more you clench your fists, the more we’ll slip through your fingers. You’ve all heard the expression, but I’m starting to wonder if Microsoft has. I work in a retail store selling computers, digital cameras, and other expensive trinkets.
In the AMD conference call earlier this week (BTW, both Intel and AMD held up pretty well in round one of the price war), there was some newish revelations/confirmations about AMD’s fab plans. The new fab, Fab 36, is at