Tony Smith Channel Register 08/12/2008
SUNNYVALE, Calif., Aug 12, 2008 - AMD today announced the world's fastest graphics card, the ATI Radeon(TM) HD 4870 X2, advancing visual computing ever closer to eye-definition computing gaming and cinematic experiences and delivering a whopping 2.4 teraFLOPS of processing power. Also announced today is the ATI Radeon(TM) HD 4850 X2 graphics card, delivering blistering performance at a compelling price point.
PC World 08/11/2008
The high-end desktop versions of Intel's Nehalem processor family will carry the Core i7 moniker when they are released later this year. Nehalem, which Intel executives will detail at the upcoming Intel Developer Forum conference in San Francisco, includes multiple processor cores as well as an integrated memory controller hub to improve performance -- a feature that is currently only available on x86 processors from rival Advanced Micro Devices.
Jason Mick Daily Tech 08/05/2008
Brooke Crothers CNET News 08/04/2008
Intel has disclosed details on a chip that will compete directly with Nvidia and ATI and may take it into unchartered technological and market-segment waters. Larrabee will be a stand-alone chip, meaning it will be very different than the low-end--but widely used--integrated graphics that Intel now offers as part of the silicon that accompanies its processors. And Larrabee will be based on the universal Intel x86 architecture.
Zee News 07/31/2008
Slash Lane AppleInsider 07/25/2008
Katie Marsal Apple Insider 07/23/2008
Mac Daily News 07/23/2008
Mike Nizza and Patrick Witty New York Times 07/11/2008
Wolfgang Gruener TG Daily 07/08/2008
James Sherwood Register Hardware 07/06/2008
Tokyo (Japan) –A new generation of high capacity optical discs could be on the way as Pioneer claims to have developed read-only disc media with 16 layers and a total capacity of 400 GB. The company believes that the technology could “greatly reduce the number of discs to be used and therefore contribute to the conservation of resources.”
Slash Lane Apple Insider 07/04/2008
Richard Gray Telegraph 07/02/2008
ASUS' Eee Monitor today has been captured in official photos that confirm the system to be the company's direct answer to the iMac, according to LAPTOP. The all-in-one computer confirms earlier teaser photos and reveals a design that appears influenced by Apple's Cinema Displays and aluminum iMac computers, with an easel-like stand and backmounted ports; unlike either device, however, it should have side-mounted USB ports, a card reader, and a Denon-made stereo speaker system on the front.
It might be the science of the very small, but quantum computing is on the verge of solving some giant problems. For more than 30 years, physicists have dreamed of harnessing the power of atoms to produce computers that would far outstrip the capabilities of the silicon microchips used in today's PCs.
Brier Dudley Seattle Times 06/30/2008
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