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31st January 2012 by Elliot Carver
The HD7950 AMD Graphics card offers similar performance to the HD7970, at a lower price.
EverQuest is the next game to switch to a free-to-play model, after 13 years and 18 expansions.
Running Windows 8 on an ARM platform could be a lot cheaper than using Intel chips, it is claimed.
30th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Microsoft appears to be ready to bring Kinect technology to laptops and netbooks.
Electronic Arts is "taking steps" to revoke bans given to innocent players by a hacking group.
27th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
RealNetworks' next generation video codec software and a number of patents have been sold to Intel.
Computer users operating Symantec's pcAnywhere have been urged to turn it off immediately.
Aliens: Colonial Marines will now not be released until mid-autumn, it has been confirmed.
26th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
The flooding in Thailand and the resultant impact on HDD availability has affected GPU sales, according to both AMD and Nvidia.
25th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
BioWare is promising to make Mass Effect 3 more accessible to new players.
A beta version of the 1.4 patch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is now available via Steam.
24th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
The streaming of movies is something Britons will pay for, but they are less enthusiastic about being charged to watch television on their PCs.
New research into the power profiling of microprocessors will shape the development of technology for years to come, according to experts.
23rd January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Capcom is promising a fright like you've never had before with Residential Evil 6.
20th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Intel has announced it will provide a one-time only replacement for certain chips that are damaged by overclocking.
A demo version of Mass Effect 3 will go live on February 14th, ahead of the full release on March 9th.
19th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Free games are never going to be of good quality and block the development of bigger and better titles, according to one industry figure.
18th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
The new AMD platform will look to undercut the Ivy Bridge product from Intel.
Star Trek Online has moved to a free-to-play model.
17th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Thin yet powerful and boasting up to 1TB of storage, Samsung claims its Series 5 Ultrabook will change consumers' perceptions.
BioWare has delayed the launch of Rise of the Rakghouls to tackle some bugs.
IoSafe has put yet another one of its hard drives through a vigorous test as part of its latest durability PR stunt.
Al Gore believes the future of the climate change fight lies in computer games and social media.
16th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Intel's commitment to the ultrabook market will push cache SSD sales through the roof.
THQ insists it has not paved the way for a sale by cancelling its 2014 game line-up.
Dark Souls petition gets noticed by bosses at Bandai Namco, offering some hope that the title will appear on PC.
13th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Absolutely no prizes are being awarded for guessing the name of 2011's biggest selling game.
12th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
The texture problems experienced by some players in star Wars: the Old Republic are due to a system bug.
11th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
The new HP ultrabook makes use of glass in an unusual design.
Corsair has introduced new lighting and cooling kits that make automatic adjustments.
11th January 2012 by Kyle G2
CCL have launched a new gaming system for œ399.97 inc VAT that plays the latest games at high settings! Amazing value for money and one not to be missed.
10th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Intel is looking to muscle in on the ultrabook sector with a host of innovative new devices.
Lenovo's latest ultrabook features an innovative design that transforms it into a tablet.
9th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
As the HDD sector struggles to recover, SSD sales should continue to see strong growth in 2012, it is claimed.
With a maximum width of just 15mm, Acer claims its new ultrabook is the thinnest on the market.
9th January 2012 by Connell Parr
Connell takes a look at the AMD FX 8150 "Bulldozer" CPU and compares it to one of the early chips from the previous generation to see if the game has really moved on for AMD...
6th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Intel has approved the OCZ Deneva2 SSDs for use in it ultrabooks.
Lenovo is introducing a new laptop and its first business use ultrabook in 2012, it has confirmed.
5th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Three new HP products will be unveiled at CES, including the firm's first 27-inch all-in-one PC.
Intel will halt production of many desktop CPUs as it paves the way for Ivy Bridge.
4th January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Asus could be set to release a smaller version of the popular Eee Pad Transformer Prime.
3rd January 2012 by Elliot Carver
Star Wars: The Old Republic is the fastest-selling subscription MMO ever released, according to EA.
Sonic the Hedgehog returns in a brand new game for 2012, Sega has confirmed.
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