Gertboards for the Raspberry Pi are shipping in the wild.
The Raspberry Pi is one of the most popular dev boards on the market for both modders and mainstream tech enthusiasts.
The idea that PCs aren't upgradable may come as news to long-time tech enthusiasts who are used to building and modding their own rigs.
Maingear has introduced a slick new all-in-one PC dubbed the Alpha 24 Super Stock.
Tiny Intel PCs to launch in October for around $400.
ViewSonic is offering up some details on its new 22-inch (21.5-inch viewable image size) Android-powered VSD220 Smart Display.
There are currently a number of ARM-powered Android mini-PCs on the market, such as the $84 Mini Xplus which hit the streets last month under the name of Mini X.
The $75 Z902 Mini Android PC is almost ready for the masses as it hits pre-order. You'd better jump on this one fast, as the price tag expected to jump to $89 once the device actually starts shipping.
I'm really quite a fan of all the cheap and uber-mini Android PCs flooding the market. While the little PCs may not be high-quality gaming systems, they do make for perfectly reasonable media streaming platforms.
Any geek that has been around since the 80's will remember the Commodore 64 computer. Fortunately, the company is back on the market and recently debuted its first Commodore Amiga in 20 years.
Archos is now shipping two new Android tablets in its G9 series - the Archos 80 G9 and Archos 101 G9. Both devices are loaded with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich goodness.
ARM has disclosed technical details about its new v8 architecture - the first to include a 64-bit instruction set - at ARM TechCon 2011 in Santa Clara, California.
Scientists have developed egg-shaped nanomagnets that could be used for making future low-power computer memories.
A team of international researchers has designed a photonic chip that operates on the principle of light, rather than electricity.
IDF 2010 - Intel CTO Justin Rattner believes the future of computing lies in rich, context-driven user experiences.
Lyric Semiconductor has introduced an error correction component for flash memory that offers a 30X reduction in die size, a 12X improvement in power consumption and a significantly higher throughput compared to current platforms.
Dropbox has redefined mobile cloud computing with the latest iteration of Anywhere which allows users to seamlessly access and update files across a number of popular handheld devices.
Nvidia's chief scientist has claimed that Moore's law is no longer applicable to the silicon world of CPUs.
Google has bought Aardvark, a social search company which allows you to badger complete strangers with stupid questions at the touch of a button.