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Though Microsft Windows is the most widely used OS, the Linux community is still very much alive, and full of gamers. Nvidia hasn't left the Linux gamer's out of the loop, and today Phoronix takes a look at the recently released Nvidia 1.0-8174 Linux drivers. ... Read more...
Once the reports of faulty XBox 360's started hitting the net, lawsuit stories couldn't be far behind. Microsoft is now being sued for the defects in the console, which includes overheating that causes the system to crash. Microsoft claims the reports of overheating stem from only a small fraction of units that... Read more...
ATI has been on tear the past few months, releasing a number of new and interesting products. Since late September / early October of this year, we've been presented with Radeon X850 CrossFire and requisite CrossFire capable dual-PEG slot motherboards to go along with it, a whole series of products based on the... Read more...
In the past few weeks, we've posted a few different system building guides. Opinions differ from site to site, so it's always good to view a few different sites before you make the final decision on what will go into your rig. PC Perspective's Hardware Leaderboard for this month has been published, which could... Read more...
Seagate has been making hard drives for as far back as I can remember, which is why it's no surprise that they're on their 9th generation drive. TweakTown takes a look at the Seagate Barracuda 7200.9 HDD, which is the same technology as the 7200.8... Read more...
Recently, Microsoft has announced they're new "Open XML" format, in order to ease fears of their growing document format dominance. But is Open XML really that open? Kevin Carmoney over at The Tech Zone isn't so sure of that. "Microsoft is only doing... Read more...
OK, so we're dropping this week's Old School update from Sully in here and then we're gonna duck.... If the title doesn't get ya, Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunctions and pre-dipped chips ought to! Sully sounds off again, with "The Old School... Read more...
Fox Filmed Entertainment believes the next generation of DVD formats is starting to show a clearer leader, according to a recent report at Reuters.  Sony's Blu-Ray and Toshiba's HD DVD technologies have been battling it out in yet another... Read more...
DigiTimes is reporting on an independant study that lists the top 25 semiconductor suppliers in the world today.  Intel sits comfortably on top, with a 14% increase over last year's revenues.  AMD has certainly enjoyed some growth as well... Read more...
Well, it's December and that means it's the time for giving, which is why ATI is holding their Stocking Stuffer contest. Click here for your chance Win an ATI Radeon X1800XL, and a decent package of games."10 Prizes of an ATI Radeon(R) X1800 XL... Read more...
I'm not one to toot my own horn typically (well OK, maybe just a little) but this article over at ZDNet speaks volumes about our little "community" here on the net.  We've been growing in leaps and bounds at HotHardware.com and like... Read more...
For the last few years, there has been an undeniable trend towards packing all the functionality and performance of a full-fledged desktop system into a smaller form factor. As one of the chief pioneers of this new form factor, Shuttle enjoyed having dominant market share as they were one of the only true... Read more...
Google has added another feature to their ever expanding Gmail service... virus protection. In addition to over 2GB of space, POP access, and spam filters, your e-mails will now be scanned for those nasty little bugs. "If a virus is found in an attachment you've... Read more...
Looking for a large memory upgrade? Corsair has been known for producing top quality products, and today the crew at Legit Reviews takes a look at a few different Corsair offerings. Which one is right for you? "Starting with the TWINX2048-3200C2 and its tight... Read more...
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