It’s tough for the news media to compete in China when its government punishes critical reporting.
NVIDIA G-Sync Review
With ATI and AMD fully integrated, and Intel finally taking graphics (somewhat) seriously, NVIDIA needs to do a lot more to remain relevant (and dominant) in the industry going forward. Simply putting out good GPUs will only take the company so far. NVIDIA’s latest attempt is G-Sync, a hardw
The last few weeks have been tough for OCZ. The company filed for bankruptcy and a week later OCZ announced that Toshiba will be acquiring their assets. While there is a lot going on at OCZ at the moment, their business continues to operate normally in the mean time. The proof of that is OCZ's late
One of the next big things in motherboard development is the progressive move to faster storage – the superseding of SATA 3 Gbps and SATA 6 Gbps. We already have PCIe cards; however these tend to be bulky and/or expensive for all but enthusiasts. There is the RAID route, which com
Bringing an end to a saga that has spanned over a decade and most of the life of this site, what’s widely considered the final major legal battle between Rambus and a memory manufacturer has come to an end. Burying the hatchet, Micron and Rambus ended their fight this week with Micron finally
Queens of the Stone Age will rule at Barclays
Queens of the Stone Age stands as one of just four young (ish) hard guitar bands that can still top the charts and sell out arenas.
While Robinson Cano and Jay Z were dialing for dollars, pinstriped suits, making their case as to why the price was too high, made sure to let the free world know the second baseman wasn’t the kind of star who could move the ratings needle on their Yankees Entertainment & Sports Network.