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REDMOND, Wash., March 21 -- Microsoft Corp. today confirmed that Windows Vista(TM), the next generation of the Windows(R) client operating system, is on target to go into broad consumer beta to approximately 2 million users in the second quarter of 2006. Microsoft is on track to complete the product this year, with business availability in November 2006 and broad consumer availability in January 2007. Windows Vista will deliver great value to businesses by seamlessly connecting people to information, enabling increased mobile and remote productivity, significantly reducing deployment and support costs, and providing a more secure and compliant desktop platform. For consumers, Windows Vista will... Read more...
The Asian hardware website Hardspell has written a brief article (translator required) that analyzes a supposedly leaked ATI roadmap slide. Glancing at the image which was seemingly stolen from another website called HKEPC, it appears as though ATI will have an 80u core for every product range except the flagship part. Here, the X1900 XTX will remain the top enthusiast part despite the supposed launch of a new flagship GPU from NVIDIA in the coming weeks.... Read more...
Although we didn't get the opportunity to make it to this year's summer IDF, Intel has made a number of interesting and newsworthy annoucments about their processor roadmap that we're sure many of you may have already caught wind of.  Of particular note of course is the fact that Intel is completely re-architecting their Desktop Dual Core CPU, moving away from the Prescott Dual Core, to a 4 issue core with a much shorter 14 stage pipeline. Our friends at Intel sent us a few tid-bits from the IDF Day 1 slide-set.     We'll summarize things a bit for you here and touch on the top salient take-aways.  In short, Intel is taking the best features of both their Desktop and... Read more...
I think today has been the coldest day yet in my neck of the woods(and I do mean woods). Usually two overclocked computers will do the job of warming my room, but not today. So here I sit, delivering you the news with multiple layers of clothing. I know Wednesday and Friday are the days for game related news, but there really isn't much in the way of need to know news, so I may have to rework the days. Well, time to get these stiff fingers working... Hardware Roadmaps For 2005 @ PC Stats "Wondering what's in store from the computer industry in 2005? PCstats had a look at some roadmaps from around the web that detail everything from AMD's move to 90nm SOI manufacturing process on its 'San... Read more...
Good morning everyone. JeffB checking in to ring in the new weekend. Since I've started working from home, weekends have a lot less meaning than they used to, but I still look forward to them. If all goes well I will be snuggling up with a new piece of hardware this afternoon. Otherwise I think I will be getting out. Thanks to my latest addiction, Far Cry, I haven't gotten out much in the last couple of weeks. I really hate games that don't have in-game saves, but I will say that Far Cry is an exception. If you haven't checked it out, you should, it's one of the best I've ever played. Just be aware, this bad boy stresses even the most powerful systems to the brink of reboots. Little secret, turn... Read more...
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