Computex Nvidia has demoed its Xbox-derived PC chipset, nForce, at the Computex tradeshow in Taiwan, as we predicted.
The outgoing hordes from LibertySurf UK made redundant last week have left a wee gift for the new occupants of their offices in Artillery Lane, London.
It was typically cynical of Reg news editor Rob 'The Pond' Blincoe to question wearily who on earth might want to use an illuminated keyboard. In his recent piece - Light up my keyboard, he ill-advisedly noted that one manufacturer of such frivolities 'doesn't explain why you might be in a dark room full of people and …
Schroders is expected to announce today the outsourcing of its IT operations to Computer Science Corporation, the FT reports.
Computex It doesn't look like we'll see Nvidia's nForce integrated graphics chipset supporting Intel processors anytime soon.
Learning to live with Mac OS X Fellow Mac OS X adopters who have bought - or are thinking of buying - ATI's retail Radeon graphics card can rest assured: Radeon Mac Edition is supported by Mac OS X - despite all my curmudgeonly complaints that it wasn't.
Note: This story contains incomplete and inaccurate data. Please see my explanation and partial retraction for the latest and most accurate information. -- TCG
Infineon does not want a Federal Judge to invalidate Rambus' SDRAM patents.
Hewlett-Packard is set to lose $100 million from its PC operation in 2001, according to Goldman Sachs, Sunday Business reports.
David Elstein, former Channel 5 boss, is joining Silicon.com as non-exec chairman, The Sunday Times reports.
Cisco Systems is considering making a £12 billion offer for British telecoms equipment maker Marconi.
Review Cobalt may not be a familiar name, but it's been producing server appliances since 1997. Bought last year by Sun, its focus remains the same - selling easy-to manage packages, rather than intimidating devices that require an enormous amount of skill, expertise and time.
Britain's first "e-lection" has been a flop, according to the thinkers at The Industrial Society.
NASA's hypersonic scramjet project suffered a major setback on June 2 when its unpiloted X-43A research aircraft was destroyed shortly after release from a B-52.
The government's 2005 deadline for getting all government services on the Internet is "doomed to fail", says a report prepared by lobby group Eurim.
Canada has double the broadband penetration compared to the US, according to a survey by Kinetic Strategies Inc.
The Labour Party went all out at the weekend to woo the hard-drinking, hard-texting voter.
An Indian boffin appears to have got the jump on his US counterparts with a 12-rotor jambusting flying car.
Novell has downplayed the significance of a NetWare 5.x bug which could result in an admin password being left in plain text on a server. Crackers, it says, would not be able to access the relevant file in the first place.
Intel aims to release the 845 chipset which enables cheaper memory to run with Pentium 4, "earlier than October," Bill M Siu, an Intel veep, told Bloomberg.
Anti-spam site ORBS has vanished from the Internet, leaving just the line: "Due to circumstances beyond our control, the ORBS website is no longer available". Its phone has been disconnected. And we can't find one person that can tell us what is going on (the fact that it's in the early hours in New Zealand at the moment doesn't help).
Users of hosting service Fasthosts are complaining the service was unavailable again today - just days after an extended outage last week.
NASA boffins have declared their intention to hand over control of three satellites to artificial intelligence software. The project, planned for 2002, will see the Continuous Activity Scheduling, Planning Execution and Replanning (CASPER) software take full responsibility for the operation of the miniature satellites. …
Here's another political online game for you to enjoy - Tory Invaders.
Nvidia will release a version of its nForce chipset - formerly known as Crush - powered by GeForce 3 graphics technology in under two years' time.
Telecoms operator Zipcom plc has acquired UK-based HighwayOne for £900,000, the company confirmed today.
Fresh fears were raised over election fraud today after an experiment using the Internet, the post office, and dead voters.
Nvidia is using Intel-style tactics to help maintain its leadership of the PC graphics market, sources close to Taiwan's graphics card manufacturers have claimed.
AMD is working on further extensions to its x86 instruction set, according to an Nvidia staffer.
That text messaging election poll we wrote about a week or so ago is due to kick off tomorrow. Why are we telling you again? Because we've had the press relations woman from Boltblue on the phone assuring us that you don't have to register with the company to vote.
ATI has signed its first third-party graphics card alliance, with Acer's DMS unit. The deal gives Acer-DMS - which the parent company is in the process of spinning off - manufacturing and worldwide distribution rights to ATI's graphics chips.
Sales in the UK IT services and software market grew less than ten per cent last year, according to a report out this week.
Security expert Steve Gibson has posted a plea on his Web site grc.com for hackers to leave him alone.
HWRoundup Today was the first day of Computex. And Hardware Land is going into hyperdrive.
Review MP3 players look set to take the place of personal CD players as our portable music device of choice. One of the key reasons for this is the ability to store literally hundreds of tracks on a single unit. However, in order to house your CD collection on a portable MP3 player you’ll need plenty of storage. That's where devices like the Archos JukeBox 6000, which combines an MP3 player with hard drive, come in.
Register spies are everywhere, including Club Med in Ibiza. And they dish the dirt (disappointingly little in this case). But it just goes to show that you cannot be too careful when you are playing away, so to speak, as this report shows.
Yep. It was inevitable but still worth looking at. The now legendary All You Base are Belong to Us animation has been given the election treatment.
The heavy hitters in the storage marketplace are getting together to make sure their kit can work together when firms build storage area networks (SANs).
An 11-year-old has been removed from his Elementary school in Oldsmar, US, after he drew a gun in the classroom, the St Petersburg Times Online reports. The school authorities, feeling that the boy posed a real and present danger to his schoolmates, alerted the campus police who restrained him "for his own safety."
We all know infuriating ads can be - especially when they're glued onto the front cover of a magazine.
Defacement mirror Alldas.de is looking for a new home after its ISP was subject to a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack over the weekend.
Black Box Corporation, the acquisition-mad US networking equipment reseller, has bought a small dealership in London, for an undisclosed price.
Oops! Sage, the accounting software giant, has got a bit of branding trouble on its hands: a US court ruled that it has infringed the trademark of a Dallas-based software business.
JavaOne The most impressive Java gadget we've seen makes its debut more than 5000 miles away from this week's JavaOne Conference in San Francisco.
JavaOne A petition calling for Sun to put Java on a diet has struck a chord with developers.