Western Digital, Toshiba announce BiCS4 QLC flash
Up to 2.66TB per package.
Gets a new president for 2K, too.
Brings planetary landings at last.
A month before launch day, Elite: Dangerous devs have announced that they are dropping the game's promised offline mode.
Takes flight on the 16th of December.
After the furore of its launch, has SimCity proved to be worthy of your time?
Apple plans smaller SIMs to enable slimmer handsets in the future.
A game that somehow makes driving super cars around Ibiza boring and tedious.
Korean mobile provider SK Telecom has unveiled its latest creation - a SIM card which contains CPU, RAM, 1GB of flash storage, and a copy of Google's Android.
Sega has unveiled this year's addition to the the Football Manager franchise, focusing on polish rather than cramming in new features. We hit the training ground to find out if it's first team material or heading for the transfer list.
We sit down with Frank Dolmans, one of the designers for Ship Simulator Extremes. We ask him about the challenges of building a realistic weather generator and how the sim genre is holding up lately. Also, a picture of Harry - just because we can.
Gran Turismo 5 will have more than 1000 cars according to reports, including hybrid vehicles like the Tesla.
Gran Turismo creator Kaz Yamauchi has confirmed that the series will be getting car damage soon.
Today we take a look at new start-up manufacturer Ikonik's flagship case, the RA X10. With a premium price tag and packing an insane 13 separate cooling fans powered by an innovative fan control system, can this aluminium colossus deliver? We find out.
True to their word, the iPhone Dev Team have banded together to release the 'yellowsn0w' unlocker for the iPhone 3G, which allows third-party SIMs to be used.
Mount and Blade may have modest indie origins, but we reckon there's a hell of a lot of fun to be had in this open world, free-roaming medieval simulator. Check out our thoughts as we send Andy to conquer a kingdom with nought but a steed and a broadsword!
Speaking at Comic-Con 2008, Will Wright has said that Spore is so big that you will never be able to see all the content in it.
It's summer and that only means one thing - out with the strawberries and lemonade, turn off the latest results from Wimbledon and sit back, with your feet up to play the latest game in the Top Spin series. Can this third iteration take us to the next level, or will it do a Henman on us?
Spore: Galactic Edition has been unveiled by EA Maxis and includes a whole host of wonderful little extras.
Shortly after our hands-on preview, we got a chance to catch up with Thomas Vu, producer for Will Wright's Spore, to put all sorts of questions to him. Find out what Thomas thinks of DirectX 10, creationism, the girl market and, um...probing.
iPhones running firmware versions 1.1.2 and 1.1.3 are now software-unlockable thanks to one programmers 24-hour marathon hacking session.
Possibly one of the goriest FPS franchises ever, Soldier of Fortune has gamers playing a mercenary with a chip on his shoulder and murder in mind. Is the game just a repetitive grind that relies on a gimmick, or is there an island of fun in the ocean of blood? We find out!
Will Wright, master of all things sim, has confirmed that his new game Spore will definitely be coming to the Wii, which he thinks is the only next-gen system out at the moment.
Apple has released a software update that is disabling unlocked iPhones, as was warned earlier in the week. They're not completely bricked though...
Google Earth, the globe-viewing toy from the God of Search Engines, has just been updated and includes a new 3D flight simulator. Keep it quiet though - it's a secret!
Dan Boaden takes to the skies, but manages to sit on the fence at the same time as he fights on both sides of the war in Attack on Pearl Harbour for the PC.
EA has let news slip that Will Wright's Spore may not be released this year.