Sony's PS4 hit by soft-bricking message bug
No word yet on a patch.
Neither company admits nor denies.
Fed up with a noisy PC, Doug Klassen built a case from scratch using pine, and employed a multi-pronged attack on noise
Valve and Vivendi Universal Games finally settle their long-standing beef out of court.
The technical details behind the enhanced Unreal Engine in Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory are laid open.
Eidos falls back on tried & tested franchises as they annouce their E3 2005 line-up, including Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend, Hitman: Blood Money and Commandos Strike Force
Lone screenshot heralds new 3D engine for jungle-shooter sequel, Vietcong 2
Croteam have released the first hi-res shots of the stunning new Serious Sam game, using their next-gen 3D engine.
Tim Smalley discusses the state of UK IT trade shows - are they on the virge of extinction?
We sit down for a chat with Daryll Still and Bill Rehbock, who work to get NVIDIA's graphics cards used and tested by games developers.
NVIDIA have released their latest mid-range notebook GPU today - the GeForceGo 6600. We have a look at its features and what sort of gaming experience can be expected from a notebook with a GeForceGo 6600 graphics module.
The Mobility Radeon X700 is ATI's new mainstream Performance Thin mobility part - here to replace the ageing Mobility Radeon 9700. We have a run down on its theoretical performance, and its comprehensive featureset.
We talk to Relic Entertainment about the graphics technology in their recent release, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War
The most eagerly awaited game over the past two years is here - we evaluate the real-world performance over the current high-end and mainstream AGP video cards.
Will the latest third-party chipsets for Pentium 4 give it the boost it desperately needs?
We have an in-depth look at the recently-introduced Far Cry patch 1.3. It contains some interesting features that are worth a good look.
What do you do when you discover your best friend has been cheating online? David McCandless walks the moral plank
This guide will tell you all you need to know about modding a humble PSOne LCD into a 5 inch display for your case mod
Watch out – the days of free MP3s and movies could soon be over. And that’s not all you might not be able to do with your PC in a few years time.
We jet out to Shanghai with Abit for the final of the ACON 4 gaming tournament. The top gamers in the world are here, as is a healthy assortment of hardware manufacturers and the press. Let the games begin1
We take a look at the latest mousepad that claims to be the be all and end all of gaming surfaces. How does the Corepad rate? A bright orange colour scheme, coupled with teflon mouse skates makes this an interesting proposition.
We take a trip down to see the UK's finest gamers battle it out for a trip to Shanghai for the final of Abit ACON 4.
I take a look at the concept of Tablet PCs and decide if they're getting an unfair deal as a serious computing tool.
Optical mice have always suffered from a degree of lag. The Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse v3 is the first mouse we've come across that is as responsive as a corded model.
Ice, ice baby! We've reviewed some of the best mousepads out there, but this claims to bring a whole new level of performance to gaming surfaces. Is it as cool as it looks? Baby, it's so cool, it's ice!
Everglide have produced new Optical and Optical Smoke models in their Giganta range of gaming surfaces. We take a look.
Lacking the fine precision required to hit headshot after headshot? Maybe you need a new gaming surface. The RatpadzGS is one of the best on the market.
Mouse and keyboard not quite cut it for you? The Belkin Nostromo n30 and n50 gaming devices give you a different way to control things.