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29th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
The new software will work equally well on tablets and computers
Tiny educational computer the Raspberry Pi sold out within hours of going on sale.
Soviet aircraft have been added to the expanded World of Warplanes alpha version.
The Fatal1ty PSU from OCZ has been developed in partnership with one of the world's top gamers.
IBM has made breakthroughs which it claims make quantum computing a possibility.
The Applied Sciences team at Microsoft have been working on 3D desktops using Kinect techniology.
28th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Asus has updated its popular Transformer Prime with the Infinity Series.
Medal of Honor: Warfighter will feature real life Tier-1 operations, but the hunt for Osama bin Laden is not included.
24th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
The next instalment of Medal of Honour will hit shelves in October, it has been confirmed.
23rd February 2012 by Elliot Carver
The day-one DLC for Mass Effect 3 was completed after the game was finished, executive producer Casey Hudson confirms.
The world's smallest 128GB NAND memory flash chip has been unveiled by SanDisk.
Broadband speeds can fall as low as 1.1Mbps in the countryside, it is revealed.
22nd February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Capcom has big plans for Street Fighter X Tekken, including a $500,000 tournament prize.
21st February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Half-Life 3 may or may not be on its way, but at least Valve knows it is annoying gamers.
Gamers playing LA Noire on the PC now have Direct X 11 support.
Bethesda has released more updates for Skyrim in its short life than were ever attempted for Fallout 3 and Oblivion.
20th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
The underwhelming first-generation Chromebooks are being replaced by faster, more effective models, Google confirms.
Ultrabooks will be transforming into touchscreens to keep up with windows 8.
17th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
The next COD title will be brand new a show "meaningful innovation", according to Activision.
BioWare and Razer have joined forces to create dedicated peripherals for Mass Effect 3.
16th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Batman and LA Noire's Cole Phelps will battle it out for Baftas at this year's game awards.
14th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Game developer Ubisoft could be unleashing Assassin's Creed later this year.
Lenovo's strong quarter shows the brand continues to make headway in the global PC market.
13th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Guinness World Records has recognised Call of Duty: Black Ops as having the best ending of any computer game ever made.
10th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Blizzard and Valve are locked in a bitter dispute about use of the Defense of the Ancients name.
The latest in silicon chip technology will be unveiled by leading companies at the 2012 Common Platform Technology Forum.
9th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
The UK could have been a global leader in the world of computer game development, if economic conditions were different.
8th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
A video game based on the classic boardgame Battleship is being released by Activision and Hasbro.
7th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Bethesda Studios release full version of Skyrim 1.4 update on Skyrim.
6th February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Star Wars: The Old Republic continues to capture gamers imagination, becoming one of the fastest selling MMOs of all time.
3rd February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Electronic Arts will be revealing details of the next Battlefield 3 DLC next week.
2nd February 2012 by Elliot Carver
The disruption to supply of HDD devices caused by the flooding in Thailand will be felt into next year, it is claimed.
1st February 2012 by Elliot Carver
Subscription MMOs are not dead, but firms must be more flexible with their pay models, an expert claims.
Apple's strong fourth quarter has made it the biggest PC vendor in the world.
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