Microsoft announces 13.5", 15" Surface Book 2 laptops
Top-end model boasts quad-core Core i7, too.
Top-end model boasts quad-core Core i7, too.
Pledges 100-fold performacne boost by 2020.
No word on the number of jobs affected.
SteelSeries has brought two new mice to the market; the Rival 310 and Sensei 310 are very similar, but are they any good?
Valve announces that the code for the next episode of Half-Life is almost finished while we dispel some of the rumours about Portal.
UPDATED: News has surfaced that a lone hacker has stolen customer credit card info from Valve and is holding the company to ransom.
The Brit-publisher is just the latest software house to hook up with Valve Software to distribute games digitally. Tomb Raider will be coming.
For everyone looking forward to the next installment of SiN episodes, we have some bad news - it's been cancelled.
Valve is starting a closed beta of a new system this week on Steam - timed game trials.
The dynamic price scheme in Counter-Strike isn't working. Valve is hoping to tackle the problem by making the pistols more balanced.
The ITU is warning all internet users against using the same username/password combination. It claims that most users will login with the same details on almost all sites and that the situation is ripe for fraudsters and criminals to attack.
We take a look at the game that some people are hoping would dethrone Oblivion as King of the fantasy genre. How close does Dark Messiah come? How good can the Source Engine look? Find out in our review.
Allegorithmic has a new technology that it says can make games up to 90% smaller by replacing bitmap textures with mathematically generated ones - and has already seen its technology incorporated by small games publishers. Could this be the future for texturing?
Valve has snaffled up a few more classic titles to distribute through its Steam service. How long before Valve control all game distribution?
Counter-Strike has been around for... well, forever. Wondering how long can this game really last at the top? We take an in-depth look at the latest changes, get the view of professional gamers on CS:S and get inside info on how Valve are losing the battle to stop cheats.
We got the chance to kill some orcs, spiders and a bloody great big cyclops when we went down to Ubisoft HQ to preview the upcoming FPS game: Dark Messiah of Might & Magic. Will it live up to all the hype?
Valve signs up yet more titles for digital distribution. Psychonauts is a stunning platform puzzler that everyone should grab ASAP.
The controversial radar change has been implemented, we see whether it works.
Counter-Strike is about to get a pretty major update to gameplay. Don't let the enemy spot you...
Aside from Half Life 2, there's a whole bundle of different games on Steam. We take a look at some of the undiscovered gems on the online delivery service.
The first details are hitting the net about what will happen in Episode 2, the next virtual appearance for Gordon and Alyx.
Get your broadband connection primed: it's time to get downloading the new Half Life 2 content. Episode 1 is available to pre-load now.
The head honcho at Valve Software has confirmed that there will be upcoming delights for owners of the next-gen console. Or those that just like to, y'know, follow these things.
The popular exploit-everything mod for Half-Life 2 is to become a paid add-on via Valve's Steam service. A great sep forward for the mod community, or a derivation from its freebie roots?
Valve has updated the results of its Steam user hardware survey. There are some stunning results inside, including a new graphics card champion!
Have you thought about whether Day of Defeat: Source is worth buying? Why not try it for free and make that decision for yourself? All you need is a Steam account and plenty of spare time this weekend.
Looking for something new to play? Day of Defeat has been updated with a new map. We have all the pictures and info. Spectacular HDR snow abound!
As promised earlier this week, Half-Life 2: Lost Coast is now available for free to all Half-Life 2 owners. Was it worth the wait? Is HDR the future, or just a gimmick?
The wait is finally over: Valve plan to release Half-Life 2: Lost Coast this week. Will it live up to the hype? Will your PC run it? Details inside.
A Valve employee who is ex-WETA has a Zombie movie, and that movie is coming to you via Steam. Does Valve's content platform really kick off here?
Half Life fans get further updates to the Steam client. Included - a new interface, and integration with the Valve store.
Macrovision, the company behind the FlexNet software suite, have released the latest incarnation of FlexNet Publisher. It's different from previous instalments, as it features a transferable licence. Could this be a big shift in the software industry, including ISVs using digital distribution methods?
The hour has arrived, and the orders have been issued: Day Of Defeat: Source has been unlocked for all who have pre-ordered it. Play. It. Now.
Mark Rein, Vice President of Epic Games, sat down and talked about the size of video games, used games purchases and electronic distribution with our friends from Computer and Video Games. It looks like games aren't going to get any smaller...
Day of Defeat: Source, the highly anticipated update to the classic online WWII mod, will be made available to gamers everywhere on Monday 26th September, Valve have announced. But what of Lost Coast?
Ritual have a new survey up asking the players what they'd like to see in multiplayer SiN. Give them your thoughts!
Valve have revealed the "secret" content planned for Half Life 2: Lost Coast - a DVD-style Audio Commentary, revealing insights from the developers on various aspects of the game.
Ritual have started talking about the pricing for the Sin episodes, to be downloadable via Steam. It's good news, folks...
The latest Steam update has hints of more forthcoming content to feature alongside the Lost Coast. Speculation? We love it.
Day of Defeat is being given a digital facelift with new models, textures, improved lighting and updated levels. We have two new screenshots, and news of Half-Life 2: Lost Coast.
It's that old chestnut again - the price of games. However, we have some new ideas about how games could, or should be priced - based on graphics features, or digital downloads, or production qualities. Do any of them float your boat?
Valve get hot & steamy with EA, signing a distribution deal for future retail games.
The follow-up to the 1998 shooter is to be released on Valve's online distribution system and will be powered by Source.
Despite wide speculation, Valve have confirmed this morning that Half Life 2: Lost Coast has not been delayed to wait for ATI's R520 GPU, and are hoping to release it in July.