Nothing too interesting to report today, so here is the usual round-up of news for you to read:
Creative has released a new set of drivers for Audigy 1 owners, similar to a previous release for its second generation counterparts, these beta drivers are meant for gamers (EAX optimizations, etc.).
Intel rolled out two new Celeron processors today, clocked at 2.5GHz and 2.6GHz.
RIAA will suit individual swappers: "The lawsuits will target people who share "substantial" amounts of copyrighted music, but anyone who shares illegal files is at risk".
HP led worldwide notebook market in 1Q with sales of 1.3 million to 1.35 million units.
Saw on W2S that Microsoft has released a new build of Windows Media Player 9 that fixes a security issue with ActiveX in the player.
ATI making a profit - ATI said it had increased its revenues in its third quarter and had turned a net loss for its second financial quarter into a net profit.
Google has released a beta version of its Toolbar 2.0, this one is a must-have for IE users.
A New Jersey man learned that the hard way Wednesday, and faces up to three years in prison and $250,000 in fine after pleading guilty to distributing a pirated copy of "The Hulk".