Intel might be planning eight-core desktop CPUs but AMD will still be strong in 2018
2018 looks set for more CPU battles with AMD refining its Ryzen CPUs and Zen core and Intel posed to release low-end chipsets and eight-core mainstream CPUs.
Rick looks back at the infamous PC melter and asks what's left now you can (probably) run it.
Children as young as 11 involved.
Joint ventures protected, TMC sale going ahead.
Unreleased game gets an audience.
Not a healthy climate for Vita successor.
April 2011 data loss preventable, says ICO.
Unnamed sources at the company claim an Android-based PSP Go-like smartphone is due.
Videos and photos of Sony's new PSP model, the PSP Go, have been leaked online in the lead-up to E3.
Sony is adamantly refusing to either confirm or deny the rumour that the new PSP model, the PSP2, is readying for release.
Contrary to rumours that the developer is abandoning the PSP platform, Capcom is claiming 100 percent commitment to Sony.
Yoshinori Kitase was the director of Final Fantasy VII, so it's hard to get much more powerful in this business. Now, as the prequel to FFVII launches across Europe, we sit down with him and discuss Crisis Core and why exactly he's so big in Japan.
Own a PSP? We test three free tools - PSP Video 9, 3GP and ATI Avivo - to convert video from a PC to PSP. Speed, quality of the output, and ease of use of each are all under the magnifying glass. The winner may surprise you.
Trademark applications would seem to suggest that there is a new version of the crime-em-up en route for the Sony PSP as a successor to Libery City Stories.
Sony have released (yet another) firmware for PSP - v2.60. This adds podcast, RSS and WMA support, but it isn't all good news.
In a move dumbfounding many, Sony are suing Hong Kong specialist exporter Lik-Sang.com for selling PSP handhelds to countries like the UK, where the official launch has been delayed by six months.
Got a huge commute? Could you happily spend all those Diablo hours playing through a PSP version? That's the question Blizzard are asking...
Hackers have unlocked the PSP, and have gone from the first "Hello World" to full blown Mario World in just 5 days.
If Sony has it's way, you won't be seeing many more imported PSPs before the 1st September.