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  • News: How 10 great products got their names

    They sound right now, but how did our favourite products get their odd names? From iPod and BlackBerry to Twitter and Wikipedia, PC Advisor explains.

  • Video: World Technology Update - 8 May 2009

    Amazon intros a new Kindle, an Imagine Cup finalist is chosen and robotic mower saves you some work. All that news and more on this week’s World Tech Update.

  • News: Intel kills Core i7 940

    Intel plans to stop selling one of its high-end desktop chips this year, less than one year after it was released.

  • News: New Energy Star specs for monitors

    The US Department of Environmental Protection is tightening the requirements for computer monitors to qualify for an Energy Star label, noting the increasing use of energy efficient LED technology and methods that focus light on the person in front of a monitor.

  • News: DRAM makers post massive losses

    Taiwan's five big DRAM makers posted heavy losses in the first quarter, calling into question the government's restructuring plan.

  • News: Via Nano to take on AMD, Intel server chips

    Via introduced a new Nano-based motherboard on Thursday for multimedia servers.

  • Opinion: Turn an iPhone into a remote mouse and keyboard

    When I give presentations, watch movies from the sofa in my office, or need to start a task away from my desk, I don't want to be within arm's length of my mouse. Air Mouse Pro allows you to turn an Applie iPhone into a remote mouse and keyboard - problem solved.

  • News: Toshiba boosts flash chip capacity

    Toshiba plans to begin shipping from the middle of this year flash memory chips that are more tightly packed than current models and will make possible even smaller gadgets.

  • News: Analysis: How much is Atom hurting Intel's bottom line?

    With netbooks' surprise success, Intel's Atom processor has become an unexpected money-maker during a down period, bringing in a cool $719m since its debut about a year ago.

  • Video: NEC MultiSync P221w - In Brief

    The NEC MultiSync P221w is an attractive, well-designed 22in widescreen monitor that offers impeccable image quality.

  • Video: HP LaserJet CP2025

    The HP LaserJet CP2025dn is a compact colour laser printer that prints double-sided documents and connects via USB 2.0 or over a network with its built-in 10/100 ethernet.

  • Video: Epson Perfection v30 - In brief

    At under £70, can the Epson V30 flatbed scanner compete with the scan facility on the more popular multi-function printers?

  • Opinion: Simple tips to slash printing costs

    Want to cut your paper and ink budget in half? Just use half as much paper. Yeah, it sounds like the punchline to a lame joke - I won't quit my day job - but this simple tip can work.

  • Gold Bullion wireless mouse

    Having a decent mouse with which to scroll around your screen may not actually be worth its weight in gold, but it certainly makes things easier than struggling with one of those nasty laptop nipples or a less than responsive touchscreen.

  • Video: Keyboard blocks typos

    A keyboard with tactile error prevention prevents users from making typing errors.

  • Test Centre: Group test: top 7 encrypted hard drives

    Laptops get lost and PCs get hacked, so it's important not to store anything sensitive on them. PC Advisor assess a range of encrypted drives to find the safest place to store your data.

  • Test Centre: Group test: top 12 ATI & nVidia graphics cards

    PC Advisor looks at what makes a good graphics card, and tests 12 of the latest ATI and nVidia offerings.

  • Video: Sun launches Nehalem servers, discuses IBM rumours

    Sun Microsystems launched new servers this week based on Intel's Nehalem microarchitecture.

  • News: Intel Larrabee GPU to take on Nvidia next year

    Intel's Larrabee graphics processor, which is expected to challenge Nvidia and ATI in the high-performance desktop and gaming PC market, will arrive early next year, the chipmaker's CEO said during the company's quarterly earnings announcement.

  • News: Intel ships Westmere chip to PC makers

    Intel's new Westmere microprocessors are being sampled by PC makers and will ship in volume later this year, the company's CEO has announced.


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