How does Asus' £300 Z490 ROG Strix board stack up against the competition?
Rick looks back at a 20th Century classic.
MSI's new premium £400 Z490 board certainly looks and feels ace but can it handle Intel's Core i9-10900K?
Steve-o and Co. would like to remind you that "podcast" refers to an iPod - so sites who use the term loosely had best watch out, as cease and desist letters go flying!
Apple's new iTV product will allow you to watch content from your PC on your living room television. Google is also getting involved so the question must be asked: Will Apple be able to replicate the success of the iPod?
Mini-esque Nanos, shrunken Shuffles, movie downloads and high resolutions - all in an afternoon's announcement for Jobs and Co.
Certain US insurance companies are beginning to bring digital assets under homeowner insurance policies. Soon your hard drive failure may be claimable!
Apple released an upgrade to its product line today, including souped up minis, iMacs, and a new 24" model.
The CEO of Google has accepted an invitation to become part of the Board of Directors at Apple, on top of his duties at Google and Princeton University.
User interfaces have barely moved on from the desktop metaphor that Windows uses today. We take a look at interfaces using touchscreens, wands, dogs, Xerox and even Doom to see what could come next.
Apple has gone the way of Dell - and recalled 1.8 million battery units from its laptops.
In a stunning climbdown for Steve Jobs, it will let Creative make iPod accessories and fork out some serious dosh to appease its rival.
News travelled up to Cupertino that some retail store employees were getting Leopard dev builds online. So Apple fired them.
Is Amazon out to create a service that rivals iTunes? It could well be.
The tech industry has seen many dubious claims made about products. In this mini-featurette, Wil Harris examines three of the most outrageous.
Apple has released its second update to Boot Camp. This one actually does something useful.
A new technology from TransGaming allows DirectX code to run on Mac OSX.
Steve-o and Co. have moved open-source, at least for past releases. The kernel for OSX 10.4.7, as well as iCal, Bonjour, and Launchd have been made public.
The Mac Pro has been unveiled and looks very tasty indeed. On top of that bombshell is news regarding Apple's next operating system, named Leopard.
Apple and Coca-Cola are shooting to heat up the UK summer a little more with some free tunes, concerts, and unsigned bands.
Apple has started selling episodes from popular TV series' on its iTunes store for $1.99 per episode.
Apple's next version of the Mighty Mouse will lack one major feature: the cord.
It appears that Amazon is looking to offer a download service for feature films and video, taking some of the Apple pie.
Microsoft has finally confirmed its plans to take on Apple in the portable media player market. The service will be known collectively as Zune.
An industry analyst believes that Apple has chosen NVIDIA to be the new graphic chip provider for its next-generation iPod Video.
Is Apple going all NetFlix on us? It seems like this could be the case, as pay-to-own may become pay-to-rent on the Music Store.
May 15 2020 | 11:00
Copyright © 2000 - 2020, bit-tech.net. All rights reserved.