We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Has Fractal Design created the perfect PC case?
Rick takes a bite out of Tripwire Interactive's "Shark RPG."
Microsoft has ruled out a slashing of the Xbox 360 price before Christmas, apparently because the PS3 will be more expensive anyway.
Landed in the office this week - a wireless laser notebook mouse, a Sennheiser gaming headset, a UPS that fits in a 5.25" bay and a Skype phone.
The specs for Windows Vista have been officially announced, and they're a little, well, optimistic. Get the low-down.
Microsoft offered exclusive E3 content for download onto the Xbox 360 last week, and the move proved massively popular. Live has now had over 24 million downloads.
The chaps at Bungie, the developers of Halo, have sat down and answered a bunch of community questions about the E3 trailer for Halo 3. The answers are pretty interesting.
The post-E3 news train rumbles on, with new reports out of Sony suggesting homebrew support for the PS3, inklings that the price really isn't that bad and whether Wii is a good second console.
Speculation is mounting in the retail industry that the cost of the Xbox 360, combined with the pre-announced HD-DVD add-on drive, will be cheaper than the PS3.
Feel good about cracking open your Xbox and fiddling the firmware? A new download lets you do just that. Don't expect to be hitting Xbox Live, though.
A new subscription service backed by Microsoft will aim to compete with Napster, Rhapsody and iTunes.
E3 2006: The Microsoft press conference yielded a trailer for 2007's shooter of choice, Halo 3. Get downloading!
E3 2006: Xbox Live Arcade is coming to Windows - and so is cross platform multiplayer gaming. We are very, very excited.
E3 2006: In a major surprise, Microsoft has announced that the next in the Grand Theft Auto series will be coming to the Xbox 360 at the same time as it launches for PS3.
As Microsoft prepares to ramp up Windows Live OneCare, Symantec is coming out fighting and is determined not to let Redmond in on its space.
Reports from the web suggest that Microsoft has been in discussions with Yahoo! about a possible acquisition.
Microsoft is making a move towards video game advertising after announcing that it has bought Massive at the Redmond advertiser conference.
Microsoft has updated Xbox Live to include support for a new online message centre. Now you can message and chat with your friends via your PC.
Porn will decide the next-gen DVD format, according to analysts. The next-gen DVD battle will decide the console wars, they also suggest. So, puting two and two together...
Physics acceleration looks like it has some acceptance from software giant Microsoft, as it wants to create an industry-standard physics API.
Film studio Warner Brothers is beginning to release films in a hybrid disc format, with both DVD and HD-DVD on the same disc. Could this be the edge over Blu-Ray the format needs?
The head honcho at Valve Software has confirmed that there will be upcoming delights for owners of the next-gen console. Or those that just like to, y'know, follow these things.
They're coming to get you. Microsoft is installing software to make sure that you know that what you're doing is wrong, kids. Just say no.
Can't make it to LA for E3? Microsoft will beam news, videos and demos to your TV via Xbox Live Marketplace.
Microsoft's new OS will have hard drive encryption software designed to operate with the Trusted Platform Module. But will it be secure or not? Even MS seems confused.
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