Penguin Computing’s first blade system offers Linux clustering out of the box.
Review: Today, you can buy two variants of the Athlon 64 processor 3500+. One is built using AMD’s older 130nm process, the other manufactured on 90nm. Do these make a real-world difference?
Review: The D-Link DGL-4300 broadband router targets online gamers with the promise to end latency problems. Can it deliver? We spend some quality time with it to find out.
Review: The seventh X800-family GPU to come from ATI may be its most interesting yet.
Review: The latest version of Xandros ships with some terrific features, including VPN support, a firewall wizard, DVD burning, and encrypted home folders. The new features add up to a great distro.
Sure it’s fun and interesting to compare those cream-of-the-crop video cards, but let’s face it, most people aren’t going to lay down $500 on graphics alone. We compare a pair of video cards at a far more attainable price of $200.
On the heels of the well-received Firefox browser comes this open-source alternative e-mail client. Is it an Outlook killer?
Review:More 3D rendering horsepower than should be allowed by law, but be prepared to pony up big time. We take a good look at nVidia’s nForce 4 SLI.
Review: ATI kicks up the speed of their X800 line with the new X850 XT Platinum Edition. Through process technology improvements and a more substantial cooling solution, the company can squeeze out a few more MHz. Let’s see how their new card stacks up.
Red Hat’s latest release offers a raft of improvements, but update tools still lag.
Review: Novell takes aim at the corporate desktop with their release of Novell Desktop Linux 9. Jim Lynch takes a look at the new release from the lone desktop perspective. Can a distro targeted at the hearts and minds of business users find a home in the home?
The products are not yet enterprise-ready—but man, are they fast.
Version 3.6 boosts services and supports more hardware.
Review: Creative’s latest Audigy offers new D/A converters that deliver a bit more dynamic range. Creative also added a few new bundled software applications. Is that enough to justify a whole new product? We have our doubts.
Review: In its quest for maximum performance, Shuttle brings socket 939 to its small-form-factor (SFF) line. We build a practical gaming rig and compare it to the equivalent Pentium 4 version. Along the way, we find some stark differences, but no clear winner.
Review: We build a desktop computer based on Intel’s impressive Pentium M notebook processor using the new i855GMEm-LFS motherboard from AOpen. How does it stack up against Pentium 4 and Athlon 64 machines?
Review: nVidia’s long-awaited price/performance GPU-based GeForce 6 now comes in an AGP flavor. How does it stack up versus its PCI Express-based cousin? We find out.
Cisco’s new Integrated Services Routers offer greatly improved throughput and encryption capabilities compared with previous models.
With its streamlined interface and wealth of navigational aids, Mozilla’s browser put IE to shame in eWEEK Labs’ tests.
How to make a great browser even better. We check out ten extensions that make browsing the web more entertaining and easier for Firefox users.