Google kills off Project Tango AR platform
Concentrating on software-only ARCore instead.
Concentrating on software-only ARCore instead.
Despite being published by a Take-Two subsidiary.
Ties in with Asus, Gigabyte, MSI software.
Custom Vega is finally, finally here. Can Sapphire deliver the goods with its monstrous Nitro+ card?
We test Promise's budget Fastrak TX4650 PCI-Express four port SATA RAID card.
The problem has been identified and verified, but it's really nothing to get worked up about.
Asus invests its hopes in Lucid's Hydra and brings SLI to AMD with its latest CrossHair IV Extreme.
Pegasys announces a plug-in for TMPGEnc 4.0 Xpress that takes advantage of Toshiba's SpursEngine chip.
Can Dawn of War II take a chainsword to Football Manager? We take a look at the retail PC games chart in the UK, as well as the Steam download chart.
Left 4 Dead was one of the best games of 2008. Its premise was simple, but on harder difficulty levels, and in versus mode it's complex, challenging and competitive. Our huge guide looks at how to survive as a team - whether you want to save your hides or spill some brains.
There is a common DDR2 question about which is better - low latency 800MHz or medium-high latency 1,066MHz? To answer it, we dropped in some performance-value G.Skill Pi Black memory in a P45 board to find out.
Adobe has released its Creative Suite 4 product family and includes GPU acceleration in Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere Pro.
NVISION 2008: We can confirm that Gearbox is not working on Halo 4 - instead, the developer's Director of Technology left to head up the new team at Microsoft.
In what will be a blow to PC gamers, Tim Sweeney has revealed that Unreal Engine 4.0 will exclusively target the next generation of consoles.
Firefox 3.0 beta 4 simultaneously shows jumps in Java performance, while lowering its memory footprint.
The new year has arrived, but it seems like the rumours surrounding Metal Gear Solid 4's exclusivity just won't die down.
To see in the New Year we've got a special prize today for a voter in our mod of the year competition. Click to find out what it is and who's won!
KDE 4 will use far less memory and will run its "Aero" equivalent on older hardware than you'd expect. Another excuse to switch to away from Microsoft?
Eight cores, tri-channel DDR3, lots of cache and an IGP - it's all happening for Nehalem it seems. But if you want SLI, Intel might make you pay more...
We test ATI CrossFire on 16x16, 8x8 and 16x4 configurations using the Intel X38 and P35 chipsets to see if the extra bandwidth actually makes a difference. From this we discuss what you should aim for if you've got your heart set on an Intel-CrossFire setup.
We've been behind the sword, on the sword, in the sword and in front of the sword a hundred times before. Finally though, Dan Boaden goes Beyond the Sword in the new Civ IV expansion pack.
During this evening's Sony press conference at E3, the company confirmed that Metal Gear Solid 4 will be a PlayStation 3 exclusive.
COMPUTEX 2007: Cyberlink has updates to most of its software at Computex. Everything is HD driven, naturally, but there's also further developments of the free CyberlinkLive.
Pain looks like it could be the game that makes up for the year-long delay of Metal Gear Solid 4 on the PS3.
Intel seems to have hit one additional nail in the coffin for Pentium Netburst CPUs by not officially certifying it for Bearlake.
The lead designer for Gears of War has confirmed that Epic Games is planning a sequel to the popular third-person action shooter.
Fancy some World War II action on the high seas? It's torpedos ahoy in Ubisoft's new Submarine strategy. You can win a day playing the game next week at Ubisoft HQ!
A group of Italian enthusiasts have managed to overclock a 65 nanometre Intel Pentium 4 3GHz to the dizzy height of 8GHz.
A spiffing 355 days of terrific gaming action awaits us in 2007, with great games being churned out left right and centre. We do our upmost to pick out the most wanted games of 2007- some choices you'd expect and others may leave you pondering thoughtfully about how great this year is going to be.
Rumours are flying round the net that Shivering Isle, the 30 hour expansion pack for Oblivion, has been confirmed in this month's PC Zone. 30 hours more of Oblivion? Yes please.
The expansion pack/additional content for Elder Scrolls Oblivion has been released in a retail pack. Fancy another 6-10 hours in the world of Cyrodiil?
We take a close look at some of the top titles due to make it onto your PC in the coming months. We preview: Lego Star Wars, Dark Messiah: Might and Magic and Caesar IV.
The tech industry has seen many dubious claims made about products. In this mini-featurette, Wil Harris examines three of the most outrageous.
1.3 patch released for Quake IV with new weapons, maps and game mode. What more could you ask for?
Strategy gamers are chomping at the bit for Supreme COmmander we've got the latest screenshots as well as the brand new Caesar IV movie! Strategy gamers go crazy!
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.
If you've finished Quake 4, there's a new challenge for you - play through Quake 2 again, only in spangly Doom-3-o-vision. Get your Strogg on!
Creative have revealed to us the details of the X-Fi support within Quake 4. Audio treats await those with cash in pocket!
Downloads, wallpapers, bizarre backstory - you can now grab it from the official Quake 4 website, which is officially open for business.
With a snappy name like that, how could it fail? Foxconn are fairly new to the enthusiast scene, but they're aiming to make a mark with this nForce 4 SLI board. Is it any good? We've got the details.
IDF FALL 05: Intel's got new processors coming. They are planning to change their entire desktop and notebooks line to chips based on the same microarchitecture, delivering better performance per watt of power. Could this be Intel's comback kid?