We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message
78,713 News Articles

More Peripherals News

  • Video: World Technology Update: August 22 2008

    In this week's look at the latest technology stories: a US court dissolves a gag order against MIT students, 'Google-killer' Cuil is not so cool, and we take a look at the technology behind the Olympics. Meanwhile, Wi-Fi takes to the skies, Google's Android readies for its debut, Taiwan investigates Microsoft, and Intel introduces a new Classmate.

  • News: LG to unveil NAS server at IFA

    LG is to launch a network-attached storage (NAS) server designed for small-office/home-office (SOHO) users at the IFA exhibition in Berlin later this week.

  • News: Sanyo launches entry-level HD projector

    Sanyo is bringing full high-definition video to the entry level of the projector market with its PLV-Z700 that launches in Berlin this week at the IFA consumer electronics show.

  • News: Intel to release dual-core Atom in September

    Intel plans to release a dual-core Atom processor in September, part of a motherboard package that's designed for low-cost desktops, the company said at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) in San Francisco.

  • News: Tosh boosts DVD quality to near-HD

    Toshiba has announced a new technology that could help extend the life of current DVD libraries by extending picture quality to a higher definition of up to 1080p.

  • News: IBM shrinks SRAM to boost PC speeds

    IBM claims to have developed technology that could reduce power consumption and speed up performance of processors used in PCs, servers and other devices.

  • News: Helproom: hardware and software problems solved

    PC Advisor tackles readers' hardware and software conundrums. For more free IT support, get live help in the PC Advisor Helproom Forum.

  • News: Fujitsu Siemens launches 'zero watt' monitors

    Fujitsu Siemens has launched the "world's first zero-watt monitors".

  • News: VIA 'stunned' by belated reports of chipset exit

    VIA Technologies may not have released a third-party chipset in over two years but that didn't stop the technology media from jumping on the story Monday, reporting the company had left the third-party chipset business.

  • News: AMD launches ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2

    AMD has launched the ATI Radeon HD 4870 X2 graphics card that is widely expected to outperform rival nVidia's top-end graphics card, the GeForce GTX 280.

  • News: Intel fixes two CPU vulnerabilities

    Intel has fixed two critical bugs in its chips, according to a Russian researcher who plans to demonstrate how he could take advantage of the flaws.

  • News: PC Advisor's complete PC support guide

    Computers have become essential elements of our daily lives – when they break down, so do we. PC Advisor looks at the best places to turn for the critical support that can get our systems up and running again. We explain warranties, offer simple call-centre tips, compare repair firms and show you where to go for online advice.

  • News: Intel targets Web 2.0 growth with Facebook deal

    Intel hopes a deal with Facebook will boost its presence in the Web 2.0 after announcing that it will supply chips and programming tools to power the social-networking site's servers.

  • News: Tests show Via's Nano beats Intel's Atom

    Via Technologies' low-power Nano processor could prove a better solution for low-power, mini laptops than Intel's Atom chip, according to early reviews

  • News: Sony phone, electronics profits slashed in Q1

    Tough competition in the electronics and mobile phone businesses hit Sony's profits during the April to June quarter of 2008, the company announced today.

  • News: Intel Atom coming to smartphones and cars

    Intel is working on new x86 chips to use in devices ranging from consumer electronics to mobile phones.

  • News: Bargain MP3 players and flash memory expected

    A global glut of NAND flash memory chips, which store songs, photos and other data in gadgets from iPods to digital cameras, will continue for at least the next few months because companies have been slow to rein in production, according to DRAMeXchange Technology.

  • Video: Sharp's monster 108in LCD panel on show

    The world's largest LCD panel finds its first home, in a new cinema complex in Tokyo

  • News: The world's best keyboard, and why it's so great

    From the satisfying click of its keys to its no-nonsense layout and solid steel underpinnings, IBM's 24-year-old Model M is the standard by which all other keyboards must be judged.

  • News: The ultimate guide to buying a motherboard

    Whether you're building a new PC or overhauling an old one, a new motherboard is the place to start. Here's our advice on choosing the right one.

IDG UK Sites

Top 5 Android tips and tricks for smartphones and tablets

IDG UK Sites

How to join Apple's OS X Beta Seed Program: Get OS X Yosemite on your Mac before public release

IDG UK Sites

Why the BBC iPlayer outage was caused by a DDoS attack: Topsy and Tim isn't *that* popular

IDG UK Sites

BBC using Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games to trial 4K/UHD, pan-around video, augmented video and...