AMD records impressive revenue growth
Nearly doubles its consumer business.
Sinclair's in-house designer remembered fondly.
XPG Spectrix D80 RGB, specifically.
Boris Johnson, the semi-hilarious mayor of London, has had a change of opinion and decided that games are a good thing now.
In a simultaneous launch with its content creation Creative Suite 4 package, Adobe has released the latest Flash build - and there's some snazzy new features.
Apple has announced its new range of MacBooks and its first LED backlit Cinema Display in a keynote at its Cupertino headquarters.
HP is the latest company to offer free warranty extensions for PCs affected by Nvidia's GPU manufacturing glitch, alongside Dell and Apple.
Konami has issued an official comment on the Xbox 360 and whether or not we'll see Metal Gear Solid 4 moving to the platform.
Valve, in a typical teasing of Half-Life 2 fans, has hinted that it may be readying to show off Episode 3 by the end of the year.
EA Boss John Riccitiello has voiced his own personal thoughts on DRM, but claims that the majority of gamers don't care.
The controversial anti-piracy bill PRO-IP has been signed into law by the US President, and although at least one questionable measure has been removed complaints still remain.
Microsoft's Mike Nash has announced that Windows 7 will be known as Windows 7, which sparks a return to the good old days.
A new study into the health implications of personal audio players warns that up to five million people across the EU could suffer hearing damage in the next five years.
Electronic Arts has officially unveiled the first two expansion packs for Spore - the Cute and Creepy Parts Pack and a new Adventure Maker.
Blizzard has quietly confirmed rumours that the company will be looking to add in paid-for character customisation to World of Warcraft in the future.
Airlines have confirmed that they are to begin the implementation of anti-pornography filters on their in-flight WiFi Internet access services.
Activision Blizzard has announced that the upcoming StarCraft 2 is to be split into three different games.
Intel has completed work on getting an Asus Eee PC to boot into a fully-functional version of the Fedora Linux OS in just five seconds flat, and is making the technology open for all.
Despite repeated delays and rumours of cancellation, Sony has promised that the PSP version of Gran Turismo is still in development.
In a recent discussion the Church of England came to the surprising conclusion that games can be a force for good.
Again, Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox 360 will not be getting a Blu-ray attachment as the company sees no future in the technology.
Apple has issued a report admitting that several models of MacBook Pro fitted with Nvidia graphics chips are affected by a manufacturing flaw and may need repair.
We're announcing the winner of our recent Spore competition inside. Thanks to all who entered!
Seagate has confirmed rumours that, despite CEO Bill Watkins' public scorn of the technology, it is to enter the solid-state device marketplace with products aimed at the enterprise.
Grasshopper has confirmed that the sequel to last year's No More Heroes will be getting two different UK releases.
Bungie has detailed the new Halo expansion pack, dubbed Recon, and confirmed that it will be their last Halo project.
Fallout 3 has been leaked already as a torrent, but only for the Xbox 360 apparently.
Asus has confirmed rumours that it is to add to its Eee PC range of netbooks with a model featuring a built-in touchscreen, inspired by amateur modders who rolled their own.
Possibly as a result of the Vivendi Activision and Blizzard merger, Sierra has closed servers for 21 of its more classic games.