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30th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Left-handed Razer Naga a boon for one in ten MMO gamers.
30th March 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Initial hearing rule that the Transformer Prime is both a Tablet and a Toy.
30th March 2012 by Richard Lumb
Our weekly blog bringing you the latest products to arrive on our website.
Francis Maude told motorists to store fuel at home but his junior and shall we note ex fireman Mike Penning said it was a bad idea. I guess we should listened to the ex fireman.
Firstly we were told to fill our cars up just in-case and then we were told not to. One day Downing Street will make its mind up.
30th March 2012 by Connell Parr
In this article we have Connell take one heavy hitter from two generations of graphics card to battle them out and push up the Mhz to see which generation settles
29th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
US military to increasingly use video games as a training tool.
Sega reveals that Phantasy Star Online 2 will be free-to-play.
29th March 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Dust of your joysticks and grab your goggles - it's Microsoft Flight
29th March 2012 by Kyle G2
Tom (CCL Purchaser) muses over the success of Nvidia's GTX 680 and AMD's failings on product launches.
Apple and the ACCC in Federal Court over the iPad WiFi + 4G.
29th March 2012 by Martin Robson
Martin has managed to sink his teeth into the Asus Maximus IV Gene Z a small but powerful mATX motherboard based around the Intel Z68 Express chipset
28th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Hasbro fails to stop the Asus from selling its Transformer range of tablets.
Call of Duty's creative strategist leaves the developer, Infinity Ward, as Modern Warfare 3 is being undone by many hackers.
27th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Battlefield 3's latest patch has been delayed by the certification process of its console counterpart.
Cloud-based game distributor Good Old Games re-launches as GOG with a new angle.
27th March 2012 by Connell Parr
Connell takes a look and shows us around the FSP AU-650M power supply, one heavy hitting PSU from one of the largest ODM Manufacturers.
26th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Prey 2 may be canned as the game's developer does nothing to quash rumours of its cancellation.
The next release by Starbreeze Studios will be a free-to-play title named Cold Mercury.
26th March 2012 by Michael Leslie
Here Michael gives two headsets a head to head shoot out and shares his wisdom when it comes to purchasing a headset.
23rd March 2012 by Elliot Carver
World of Warcraft gamers are getting all the action.
23rd March 2012 by Richard Lumb
22nd March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Nvidia unveils the brand new GeForce GTX 680 GPU.
Patch released just in time for gamers to bring Japan back into the age of imperialism.
21st March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Seagate breaks record for hard drive storage capacity.
The Dark Souls PC port is all but confirmed.
20th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Bioware assert that fans may not have seen the last of their Mass Effect protagonist.
Blizzard rejects free-to-play model despite falling subscriber numbers.
19th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
A new computer manufacturer is building computers into desks.
16th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
While sales of microprocessors increased in the final quarter of 2011, the IDC believes that 2012 will see stronger growth.
15th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
EA's creative director says Medal of Honor: Warfighter is all about authenticity.
14th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Capcom is not concerned about releasing Resident Evil 6 in the busy festive period.
BioWare's Casey Hudson says the polarised opinion over the ending to Mass Effect 3 is good, because at least the game isn't forgettable.
13th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Fibre-optic Thunderbolt cables will be released by Intel later this year.
Some details have been released about Assassin's Creed 3, which will be set in the American Revolution.
12th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Legendary video game developer is set to leave Lionhead Studios and Microsoft to start up 22 Cans.
10th March 2012 by Richard Lumb
Welcome to a new weekly blog on CCL Tech bringing you the latest products to arrive on our website.
9th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Claims made by Acer boss Jianren Weng about falling ultrabook prices do not stack up.
The Lord of The Rings Online and Dungeons & Dragons Online are now the first MMOs to be made available to stream via the cloud.
8th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Skyrim may have won best game but Portal 2 was the big winner at the Game Developers Choice Awards.
Developers do not want consoles to get left behind in the technology stakes.
7th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Maxis and EX have confirmed that a new 3D SimCity with an online multiplayer option will arrive next year.
6th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Intel has a new suite of optimisation tools for its Core and Atom processors.
A new game controller that tugs at the thumb tips has been developed by experts at the University of Utah.
5th March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Dramatic innovations are on the way when Halo 4 finally launches, according to developers 343.
2nd March 2012 by Elliot Carver
BioShock: Infinite will finally be released in October, it has been confirmed.
1st March 2012 by Elliot Carver
Seagate is now the leading HDD supplier after a strong fourth quarter.
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