Gertboards for the Raspberry Pi are shipping in the wild.
1GB version of HackBerry A10 dev board is finally in the wild.
Valve's hardware division tentatively eyes 2013 for the first beta test of unspecified system.
Google's $199 Nexus 7 Android Jelly Bean tablet may boast some pretty sweet specs indeed. At this juncture, however, Mountain View is probably more focused on user experience - rather than expensive hardware.
The recession appears to be slowly winding down, with enthusiasts and performance class PC gamers shelling out the big bucks (over $1,000) for rigs and accessories.
Former NATO commander General Wesley Clark has confirmed a "growing number" of severe cyber attacks against US government and commercial installations.
Playing catch-up with Intel, AMD has announced its first triple-core and quad-core laptop processors as part of a major brand overhaul.
An intrepid team of hackers has deployed openAOS dualboot to run Nokia's Maemo on the Android-based Archos 5 Internet Tablet and Internet Media Tablet (IMT).
Boeing has unveiled its Phantom Ray unmanned flying wing, and says it'll have it in the air by the end of the year.
Digital Storm has debuted a new vertically cooled gaming rig. The PC - dubbed Black|OPS Assassin - is reportedly capable of minimizing heat buildup from a three-way SLI configuration of Nvidia's GTX 480s with minimal fan noise.
Are you ready to frag? Yes? Well, so are we - with Quake 3 on the Nexus One!
Super-fast wireless video could get a touch more straightforward, with the launch of a new chipset from SiBeam which combines both the WirelessHD and WiGig specifications.
ARM is currently the undisputed heavyweight champion of the global mobile marketplace. However, the company has recently accelerated development of low-powered server chips in response to what it describes as "customer demand."
iPad users are male, rich and enjoy using Flickr, according to a Yahoo user analysis.
An ARM spokesperson has blamed Flash and the abrupt emergence of tablets for the lack of smartbooks in the mobile marketplace.
An ARM-powered Lego bot running Google's Android OS has managed to solve a scrambled Rubik's Cube in just under 25 seconds.
This week Intel brought out a powerful new Atom processor that, according to them, could fit into an iPhone form, is vastly more powerful with similar battery life, and is priced competitively.
A University of Florida engineering researcher has developed a tiny night vision device that would be incorporated into everything from cellphones to eyeglasses and car windscreens.
A new video camera is under development that's claimed to be able to focus on both near-field and distant objects simultaneously.
The mobile market is currently dominated by ARM's nearly ubiquitous architecture.
But Intel's Moorestown platform may herald the end of the beginning - rather than the beginning of the end - for ARM's mobile monopoly.