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've raised six amazing projects from the depths of our bustling modding forums - which is best?
We joined some of Europe's best modders in Spain at Campus Party Europe.
Pyramids have ancient and futuristic auras about them thanks to the Pharaohs and films such as Stargate. Henk Hamers, bit-tech's very own 'Gup' Pyramid-shaped mod was one of the best projects of 2009. Check out the in-depth write up, pictures and video!
You might be a Dremel daemon or jigsaw juggernaut but if your project log is filled with dark, blurry photos, you're not doing your PC the justice it deserves. Here are some tips and tricks to make your project log sparkle.
Silent Fibreglass PC caught our attention in 2009 thanks to its unique design and features. A custom water cooling radiator, PS3-esque design and the fact Keir had the skills to make this for a school project saw the project nominated for Mod of the Year too.
It's all over. Here are the winners of the 2009 Mod of the Year competition and also the final four winners who will be receiving reader prizes
There's less than seven days till the competition closes but there's still time to win some prizes. Vote now for your favourite mod.
There's still ten days left of voting in bit-tech's Mod of the Year competition. Vote now for your favourite mod of 2009.
With 2009 in its last days, it's time to round up the best mods we've featured and mod of the month winners. 21 mods compete and require your votes to decide the ultimate in modding glory: who will be the Mod of the Year winner, 2009?
Another month has gone by and it's time again to look at six new and interesting mods we've found in our project log forum.
Forum regular thechoozen, otherwise known as Martin Blass, talks us through his awesome Cosmos Dragon mod which features copious amounts of green and black acrylic as well as custom made watercooling hardware!
It's that time again. We've got six new mods to show you plucked straight from our thriving modding forums. Read, drool then vote on the one you'd like to win October's Mod of the Month
With the summer drawing to a close it's time to take a look at what our modding community has achieved during the last few months. That's right, it's time for August's edition of Mod of the Month.
Asus' Rampage II Gene is small, looks great and boasts top notch overclocking meaning micro-ATX can at last be sexy. Sleepstreamer takes us through his Rampage scratch build that melds acrylic, aluminium and a tasty black and red design.
Not only do we have six new mods this month but we've teamed up with a new sponsor too! Check out this month's nominees and get cracking with your own mod to get your chance at winning some of the great new prizes on offer.
As the warm weather and holidays draw near, it's a great time to get that mod underway. However if you're lacking inspiration, we've got more fantastic examples lined up again for June 2009's Mod of the Month.
It's that time again! We've got six new mods in the line up this month and as the summer hots up, so does the modding it seems! From scratch builds to great looking mods on existing cases, it's all here in May's edition of Mod of the Month.
His clean cut, super car inspired mods are always a big hit on our forums and Coolmiester's ATCS 840 is no exception. The red Ardent paint scheme commonly found on the Lotus Elise combined with lots of chrome fittings are the cherry on the cake.
September has already come and almost gone, and thirty more days of modding have flown along with it. As always, we've lined up five of the best projects to go head to head in our Mod of the Month competition, each ready to claim the title for September. So grab a look and give your vote!
The die is cast and the bets are in...so who's the lucky winner this month?
Happy birthday to us, happy birthday to us! Mod of the Month is celebrating its first birthday this month! And to celebrate, we're giving away a present to one lucky modder. Read on to find out who it could be this month!
Want to know who's walked away victorious from Mod of the Month in May 2008? Read on!
The polls are closed and the votes are counted - and we've got the winner of April's Mod of the Month
April showers bring May flowers - but they also fog up a good spray painting job. Fortunately, our modders persevere through the lousy weather and difficult tasks to bring us fantastic forum contributions. Who's in the top five this month? Let's take a look at April's Mod of the Month!
There's only two days left to vote for February's Mod of the Month. So go vote!
It's that time of the month again - put down what you're doing and whip out the trusty Dremel of love! We're back with a new selection of mods to compete for your heart in February's Mod of the Month.
We're baaaaaack... After a holiday respite, it's time to get back down into the trenches. This month, it's about new mods to ring in the new year - we're going to look at a few of the best mods still in their infancy. Whose mod is the best? We don't know, but I bet you'll tell us...
You wanted it, you've got it - Design_Master has brought us the exclusive on his latest case project, LUMINA. The acrylic masterpiece has been given some huge props in our forums and in last month's Mod of the Month, and now you can see the project in its full glory.
We liked sethnmalice's project "FutureNen" so much that we put it in August's Mod of the Month. You liked it so much that you made it the winner. And now that it's complete, we're bringing you the full log to fall in love with all over again.
The chilly air of November has blown and we're already heading into December next week. And that means it's time to take a look at what our forums have been up to this month! So take a look and get ready to vote for this month's winner.
Our forums are packed with great mods and occasionally you see some with big name sponsors. It ends up being the biggest question - "How do I get my mod sponsored?" We take some time to explain what catches the attention of both ourselves and corporate sponsors.
We're at it again - October is rolling to a close, and so it's time for us to take another trip through the forums and pick out this month's Mod of the Month contestants. The winner this month will walk away with a PC Power and Cooling 750W PSU.
We've assembled some of the best mods in the project logs so far this month, but they need YOU to choose the winner! There's only five days left!
August has been...and gone. So it's time to take a look at what our busy modders have been up to during the dog days of summer. That's right - it's time for our next bit-tech Mod of the Month!
The winner of July's Mod of the Month has been chosen, and so have the prizes for August! So get in, take a look, and get back to modding.
The Tikki Aquarium is certainly not what one would consider a "usual" mod, which is probably why it won June's Mod of the Month competition. Now, we're bringing you the full scoop on its creation - so step inside for a taste of the islands!
We have the prizes ready for July's mod of the month winner - so take a look and get modding!
Don't miss our Mod of the Month competition - your favourite mod needs your vote!
As promised, the good old Project Log Updates are now a contest. Five great modders are competing for bit-tech's first ever Mod of the Month. Let's take a look...
This month's Corsair Mod of the Month winner has put together an incredible acrylic case, based on the puzzlebox from old-school horror flick Hellraiser. If creepy interiors, acrylic etching and some fantastic modelling work are your thing, read on!
Aquasphere, our Corsair Mod of the Month winner this month, is simply one of the most stunning mods we have ever seen. Conceived on a larger scale than most computers - standing above waist height - it integrates a smoke machine for maximum 'wow!'