AMD says its next-generation ATI Radeon graphics cards will use GDDR5 memory
New & Noteworthy: Apple drops UK iMac 15" prices; ATI Dabbles in GDDR3; Wi-Fi Deemed Risky
Patent litigation between Rambus and Nvidia has been settled, the two companies said, without providing much in the way of detail.
Rambus accuses Nvidia of violating 17 patents on memory controllers and is seeking an injunction as well as monetary damages.
Specifications for an Intel Centrino 2 notebook emerge from Down Under.
Apple introduces new dual-core Power Mac G5s: Four processing units at high-end
Nvidia is going through some trying times, grappling with defective chips, falling shares, and a resurgent AMD-ATI.
New and Noteworthy: Vista Will Have Little Impact on Mac Sales: Analyst; The serpent in Apple's garden; more
Behold the PlayStation 3 - Sony has finally given the world a first look at its next generation games console, which is set for release midway through 2006.
ATI's Radeon X1950 XTX is the fastest single-chip 3D card that you can buy. Unfortunately, with Windows Vista and its accompanying gaming technology, it's going to become obsolete in just five months. ATI adjusted the price of the Radeon X1950 XTX accordingly, but at $450, it's still not an insignificant purchase. We recommend it only if money is no object.