Microsoft has finally submitted their antitrust proposal to the European Commission, although it has yet to be looked at.
ATI is firing back at Nvidia with their new 'Crossfire' graphics cards. According to ATI, their new Crossfire cards offer SLI like performance without special drivers.
AMD's new Athlon 64 X2 dual-core processor is now available for desktop and laptop computers. Among the companies supporting this new CPU ands Alienware Computers and HP.
Intel is expected to release a prototype PC this week which looks similiar to the Apple Mac Mini.
ExtremeTech is reporting that Xandros and EarthLink are offering a PC for only $69 dollars if you sign up for their premium dial-up service.
Overclockers Online has published another review on the Samsung 910MP and 730B LCDs. Nice to see a comparison.
The RIAA is going after 20 new schools for file swapping on the Internet2 network, bringing the campus totals to 33 schools.
Our friends at Newegg are running a sale where shipping is only $.99 on select PC hardware categories. This ends 5/31/05
Dell's new Dimension 9100 desktop system is now available in arctic/silver. Dell is also adding optional 500GB SATA 2 hard drives to their Dimension XPS Gen 5 desktops.
Abit, ASUSTeK, and Gigabyte now have motherboards with integrated Dolby Digital EX, Dolby Digital Live, Dolby Pro Logic IIx, Dolby Headphone, and Dolby Virtual Speaker technologies.
IBM, Toshiba and Sony plan on releasing full specifications and software libraries in an attempt to get support from the Open Source community.
Called 'PhotoMail', this new service from Yahoo! allows you to share pictures using Yahoo! Mail.
Worldwide PC shipments are forecast to total 202.1 million units in 2005, a 10.2 percent increase from 2004, according to a preliminary forecast by Gartner, Inc.
Don't coundt Iomega out just yet, the company has just patented a new storage technology that puts 850GB on a single DVD disc.
The new 3.3 pound Fujitsu LifeBook B6000 notebook features a 50% brighter display and new touchscreen.