Rambus is releasing new memory designs that the company hopes will help win its technology a place in mainstream computers, a market that has so far eluded the company.
The company, which designs and licenses Rambus Direct RAM (RDRAM), plans to increase performance of its memory by a factor of six over the next four years.
While initially tolerant of hackers modifying its product, TiVo may have been unprepared for the power of open source. A new software utility has surfaced with the ability to extract digital video directly off the recording unit, raising numerous copyright concerns. With an added network card, TiVo users may now archive and view recorded television shows on a computer.
According to the rumours around the web, ex-3dfx engineers have formed a company called 3D
Power, this company, in collaboration with Absolute Multimedia, is going to launch a card based on
the chip known as Rampage the next Monday! Unfortunately, the rumours appear to be very far
from the thruth. 3D Power is official NVidia partner and is launching a GeForce3 based board called
Since ATI has decided to sell their graphics chips to the other card-manufacturers it is extremely
interesting, what 3D-accelerator makers actually think of using ATI GPUs in their solutions. For
example, ELSA representatives have officially declared that this company has no plans of using
NVidia has announced today the long-awaited nForce chipset with integrated graphics for
motherboards. The same architecture of the chipset is utilized in XBOX console. There are no
other products intended for mainstream PCs in the market, which can compete with nForce in
terms of speed and funtionality: this chipset seems to be a very powerful and well-balanced