It’s taken over a year, but Toshiba has finally announced it will be producing Blu-ray hardware.
Dell Japan has listed a rather interesting new display based on IPS panel that comes with HDMI and DisplayPort inputs, the UltraSharp U2410.
A blogger who was targeted in a co-ordinated attack against websites such as Facebook and Twitter has told the BBC he blames Russia for the assault.
Software giant Microsoft is trying to improve the visuals in Windows 7 by working with hardware makers on Direct X11.
Intel’s upcoming Clarskfield mobile quad-cores will, quite literally, be some of the hottest mobile parts on the market when they show up in late September.
Various insiders from Taiwan have confirmed that Sony have been doing a spot of shopping and getting ready to build some consoles.
Matthew Crippen, a Southern California college student has been arrested for illegally modifying video games consoles so that his mates can play pirated video games.
Pulling together all the facts into one place, Microsoft has detailed a final and confirmed list of new feature coming to 360 via the Xbox Live summer update on August 11.
The activities of Apple’s legal team hit a new low after threatening an 11 year old girl after one of its iPods exploded.