CES 2011 Gigabyte has introduced a new series of three gaming motherboards, known as the G1-Killer series.
Adata has come out with its S501 SATA 6Gb per second SSDs, available in a full range of sizes, just in time for the holidays.
AMD has introduced a new user interface for all its graphics drivers, which will work will all the AMD Radeon drivers for desktops, notebooks and chipset graphics products.
LG has unveiled its new E90 monitor, the slimmest LED monitor it's yet put out, with a depth of just 7.2mm.
Nvidia has announced that its Scalable Link Interface (SLI) technology has been snapped up for license by several of the world's leading motherboard manufacturers.
EVGA has introduced the newest addition to graphics card line, the GeForce GTX570, which is aimed at the interactive gaming market.
Component company Antec has released a line of power supply units (PSUs) geared at the high-power users and gamers who need high current capability and reliability.
Gaming hardware manufacturer Corsair has added a pair of new models to its Force Series of solid state drives (SSD). The F90 and F180 have, respectively, densities of 90GB and 180GB.
PC tower chassis maker BitFenix is introducing two new variants to its Colossus line of PC towers, Colossus Venom and Colossus Window.
Thermalright, known for its CPU heatsinks, has come out with the TR360, a cooler built for the Xbox360.
Taiwan's Gigabyte Technology has been showing off some of the features from its upcoming Gigabyte 6 series motherboards.
AMD is going to be springing two new series of mobile graphics processors on the market, the Radeon HD 6500M and the HD 6300M.
Google has started added the Facebook status of pages, not individuals, to its real time search, following on from the news last week that it was integrating MySpace statuses into its searches.
Microsoft has won approval from a US federal judge to deactivate 277 Internet domains the software giant claims are linked to a botnet.
Bloom Energy has unveiled its 100KW Energy Saver fuel cell at eBay's Silicon Valley HQ, attended by many notaries, including state governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The British Library, along with several other institutions, has warned that the UK's web heritage could vanish forever if it's not granted the "right to archive" - that is, to capture and keep sites.
Virgin Media has announced that it plans to start the roll out of a 100Mb broadband service before the end of 2010.
6,500 authors, living and dead (via agents), have opted out of the Google book settlement, according to papers released this week.