There’s been a great deal of concern that AMD’s chips won’t be too terribly fast in 2007, mostly because AMD has said so so far. Well, there’s some reason for optimism on this front. IBM will announce in February that
Microsoft joins Yahoo and others in implementing “behavioral targeting.”. What’s that? It’s a way by which someone sends you ads based on your Web-surfing habits. This may be good news for some, maybe most, but definitely not for all, especially
AMD’s 65nm processors aren’t capable of running too fast yet. They aren’t the only ones with a problem. TGDaily reports that plans to shift the XBox360 from 90nm to 65nm SOI chips have been pushed back at least a quarter.
With 2006 rapidly coming to an end, it is customary to make some resolutions the New Year. What I’d like to see from our readers is a New Year’s Resolution concerning something you pledge NOT TO DO based on an
Computing Event of the Year The Year of The Shortage: From Opterons and XBox360s at the beginning of the year to PS3 fights at the end, the year was typlified by supply not meeting demand, and tech companies not much
No, not today, not tomorrow, not next year. But next decade? People are beginning to ponder, and maybe stew a bit, too, over what all this Fusion/Torrenza stuff means. Here’s one example of that. That article concludes with the unsettled
SUMMARY: More on this later – first some questions. If you have an XBOX, it’s a hot product – both figuratively and literally. What I’d like to hear from some XBOX owners is your experience with heat – has this
HKEPC has a list of Intel price cuts effective sometime in Q2 2007 sometime in Q2 2007. By then, the E4300 we’ve been talking about will go down from $163 to $113, but frankly, anything on the lower half of