Plus, check out the Video cards and motherboards that Ryan spotted at Computex.
“WE FINALLY got the official word that Direct X 10 won’t find its way to Windows XP.
So anyone who plans to buy Direct X 10 hardware and plans to use its full potential will have to buy Vista as well.
The current driver model on the Windows XP is the limitation. One of the key points of Direct X 10 is to be the ability to have more independent objects and the current driver model on Windows XP simply won’t be able to deal with it. ”
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- Computex 2006: Motherboards and More @ AnandTech
- Parallels releases x86 virtualization software for Mac @ Ars Technica
- Interview with Microsoft’s Matt Lee, Xbox 360 developer top gun @ Ars Technica
- New Worm Starts Munching MSN Users @ Slashdot
- Nimzy Vibro Blaster Review @ Technic3D
- Windows Vista Beta 2 Review @ WindowsAtoZ.com
- Samsung MM-a900 @ Digital Trends
- Computex 2006: Girls @ techPowerUp!