There’s an article floating around that I’m afraid you’re going to have to take with a big block of salt. It purports to provide 3DMark 2006 scores for a K10 quad-core processor running at 2.5 and 3.0GHz. The purported scores,
In the best hacking tradition, seems like a group called iPhone Sim Free succeeded in developing a software hack to allow Apple’s iPhone to use any network. While the software hack is not yet available, the proof can be seen
We have a three-question poll, as you’ll see, it’s very simple: Q1a. What do you think about AMD? a) Love them b) Like them c) Neutral d) Dislike them e) Hate them Q1b. Why? Q2a. What do you think about
First, Henri Richard was the head of PR and marketing. That’s the person who puts the lipstick on whatever the company comes out with. Blame him for trying to make pigs look pretty, but he wasn’t the guy who bred
This quote says it all. “[T]he Athlon 64 X2 6400+ processor is making its official debut on these shores today. However, you won’t see a review here at TR, nor presumably at most other places around the web. AMD has
Since people seemed to like “The Most Useful Thing” last weekend, let’s try another. 🙂 One simple question, free-form answer: What’s the smartest thing you’ve ever done with a computer? Send your answer to the email address below, and thanks!
Ionic Cooling Researchers at Purdue have found that ions cool computer chips better than regular old atoms. Now all they have to do is scale it down by a factor of a thousand and make it sturdy enough to work