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Retro computer enthusiast Amigakit has announced that its AmigaOne X1000 desktop will be with us for Christmas - with a whopping price tag of £2,000.
Chip giant Intel has sneakily released an upgraded Sandy Bridge CPU - the Core i7 2700K - just weeks after AMD launched its supposedly Intel-challenging Bulldozer chip.
Technology manufacturer Toshiba has announced a new 6.1-inch display with the insane resolution of 2,560 by 1,600 pixels.
Nvidia's Tegra mobile processors have cost the company $2 billion (£1.25 billion) over the past five years, according to Jen-Hsun Huang, the company's CEO.
Ice Cream Sandwich could find its way onto Android smartphones within weeks, according to Google's Andy Rubin.
Storage manufacturer Buffalo has brought out its ultra-tough MiniStation Extreme portable hard drive.
Microsoft Research and Carnegie Mellon University have unveiled a new project that uses Kinect and a projector to turn any surface into an interactive touch screen.
Beats by Dre, the expensive headphone company started by expensive rapper Dr Dre and expensive lead company Monster, is considering a UK store in London's trendy Shoreditch.
Dell and HP's Windows 8-based tablets could be with us as soon as next year, as a price war on the highly-desired techslabs heats up.