ASUS To Release PCI-Express Sound Card

Many companies and haven risen to challenge the almighty sound-card maker that we all know as Creative Labs. Sadly, not too many of them have success that lasts more than a generation or so. So who is next and how long will they last? Well the who is ASUS. How long, might be up to debate, but ASUS is a company...

WD Caviar and RE2 GreenPower 1TB Hard Drives

Just in case you shot right down to the news section this morning and missed the link at the top of the page, we wanted to pop in and let you all know that we have just posted a new article here at HotHardware in which we evaluate the features...

It's The Batteries, Stupid

Scientists at Waseda University in Japan have come up with a nifty battery. It's made from polymers, it's only 200 nanometers thick, and it's flexible. Peter Skabara, an expert in electroactive materials at the University of Strathclyde, UK, praised...

PS3 Is Curing Alzheimers

After the rollout frenzy just before Christmas, the Sony Playstation 3 game console has sort of lost its buzz. But it is doing something that the other consoles aren't. As you may know, Stanford University researchers have ingeniously decided to use the latent computing power of a network of web connected...

NBC And Newscorp: No YouTube. MeTube

NBC Universal and Newscorp are teaming up to offer their content on their own video website. They'll be offering full length programs, paid for by advertising, just like broadcast. They've invited other networks to join them as well. Since Viacom is already suing YouTube for a billion dollars over showing...

Asus and Gigabyte Joint Venture Ends

A few months ago, Asus and Gigabyte announced that they'd be entering into a joint venture to build Gigabyte-branded motherboards and graphics cards.  An initial investment of $244M dollars was to be made, with Gigabyte owning 51% of the company.  It turns out the plan wasn't such a great idea...

Thermaltake LANBOX - VF1000BWS

When going to a party, it's customary to not show up empty handed.  Depending on the type of party, a cake, pastries, a bottle of wine or maybe even your favorite beer are all acceptable items to bring as a gesture to the host, thanking them for the invitation.  When it comes to a LAN...

Nokia To Buy Palm?

Palm, one time king of the PDAs, might be looking or a buyer if a report from cnbc.com is accurate. Recent years haven't been kind to Palm, as rival Microsoft has gobbled up a large portions of the evolving smartphone market. It looks like Nokia might want a piece of the pie. ...

Virtual Ubiquity Using Flash For Buzzword

The world of doing your word processing on the 'net is officially here, no doubt about it. But how do developers make the programs that people are using these days? While the traditional CD or DVD based (or even large download) software is often...

Hardware Roundup

Hardware Roundup: It seems like every site is taking a look at an intel 680i SLI powered board today, and for good reason too: these boards are just amazing.  Today Bjorn3D takes a look at one from EVGA. While the next review is certainly and Intel powered desktop, it's actually an Apple...

Sliced Bread? Pfft.

The true test of the potential impact of a breakthrough product is watching the demonstration and wondering if it's a hoax. I defy you to watch the demonstration video for this Silverbrook Research printer and tell me you're not astounded at what you're seeing. And then wondering if it can...

Game Informer Magazine Confirms Xbox 360 Elite?

So, does the popular gaming magazine confirm the rumors of a new Xbox 360 version? According to some leaked scans, yes it does. The new Xbox 360 Elite is expected to come in black, with a 120GB Hard Drive, HDMI output, and a $479 price...

Adobe Won't Makes Vista Patches

Informationweek has an article about Adobe deciding that they're not going to lift a finger to alter existing products to make them more compatible with Windows Vista. Some might be quick to point out that Adobe and MS have had issues over Vista & Office 2007 features, but do keep in mind that Adobe had a...

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