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Could this be the most PC shooter of all time?
Far Cry 5, The Crew 2, and a mystery title.
Not all mods have to be expensive: MetkuMods shows you how to make a stylish USB pen drive with their FlashPEZ project
Corsair released today two new high-speed memory cards that are 50-100% faster than their current range, in sizes up to 1GB
Even before Redmond can start its mandatory roll-out of the new anti-piracy policy, the system has been subverted.
iTunes? We don' need no Steenkin' iTunes! A freely available plugin for Winamp is allowing Windows iPod owners to ditch Apple's music library.
Steveo demonstrates a forthcoming version of iTunes that will store and organise Podcasts
The University of Kent is set to begin a WiMAX broadband trial provided by Telabria. Blistering 45MB/s speeds are expected.
With Episode III achieving popular and critical acclaim, we talk to AMD and Lucasfilm about the computer technology that has enabled the animatics for Revenge of the Sith to be taken to the next level.
These textile Shuffle cases are perfect for personalising your Shuffle. They come with added Marxism, too.
The expansion pack for Half-Life 2 will ship in September, and is due to land on retail shelves as well as Steam.
Tim Sweeney answers some questions about Epic's upcoming and highly anticipated Unreal Engine 3, which was demonstrated at Sony's Playstation 3 curtain raiser.
Our buddies at the Hiper Group have got some cut-price Coolermaster goodies for bit-tech readers. Cheap fan controllers and coolers? We gottem.
Free torrent search tool available within a fortnight, according to developers.
Even after a security update, there are still potential security issues surrounding widgetry.
Divine Intervention for Heavenly Sword Coders, as they land deal with Sony
So... where is the Phantom and its revolutionary on demand video game service? Nowhere to be seen at E3, and Infinium Labs state that they are short of funding.
We take a look at the new title from developers Wargaming.net, Domination. Building on the Massive Assault universe, Domination is a turn-based strategy wargaming title. We take a look at how good the game is, and also look at how well it plays on different PC hardware.
Macs could come with dual-core Pentiums before the end of the year, in a hush-hush move that would see AMD and IBM ousted.
Tecmo, makers of Dead or Alive: Xtreme Beach Volleyball, have dropped their legal case against hackers who created a nude patch for the Xbox game.
Anandtech has some decent pictures of the Xbox 360 controller, as well as a look at the actual hardware and chassis design. Xbox Live also gets a hands-on evaluation.
We collect our thoughts, together with NVIDIA and its partner's thoughts, in an editorial that looks at the raw deal that some buyers might be getting if they choose to buy one card now, and another later. We also sum up our conclusions from the week of SLI coverage.
It fits in the standard slots... No, we're not referring to a new credit card either...
Xbox games will need to be 'recompiled' for the 360. E3 demos of the unit appear to still be using the Apple G5 development kits.
Further information about the Ageia PhysX PPU add-in board have come out at E3, with pricing and architectural details included.
Mario fans will have at least a 12 month wait for a playable version of Nintendo's Revolution
Personalisation is the keyword, as Google gets an extreme makeover.
The sith hits the fan as a "work print" copy of Episode III is found on P2P Networks
An enterprising linux geek has managed to squeeze a rechargeable battery pack into a Mac Mini.
German watercooling wizzes Innovatek have turned their attention to the X850
We look at how far SLI is limited by your CPU speed. We match up a pair of 6800GTs with bleeding-edge, mid-range and low-end processors to see how real-world gaming performance scales.
Popular P2P Purveyor plays with painless publishing of torrents.
Venerable browser netscape gains a new version, and will reportedly be able to render more sites than FireFox.
Matsushita demands that the Blu-Ray alliance gets it's own way.
If researchers in LA have their way, you may have to scan your finger to play a movie.
The third part of our extensive look at NVIDIA's SLI takes us to evaluating the more affordable GeForce 6800 Std and GeForce 6600 GT SLI solutions.
Redmond is to preview it's new identity management system. Would a Passport by any other name sound so similar?
A popular Mini - ITX enthusiast site showcases an awesome shiny metal ass.
Albeit slightly later than normal, May's installment of the Catalyst driver program is here.
ABIT have revealed a trio of Socket 939 motherboards featuring the zero-noise Northbridge cooling solution. The AN8 v2.0, AN8 Ultra and AN8 SLI are all based around NVIDIA's nForce 4 family of chipsets sporting (not surprisingly) NF4, NF4 Ultra and NF4 SLI Northbridges respectively.
Quake IV is coming to PC and Xbox 360: Tim Willits reveals juicy details in a recent interview, such as the uncompromising Xbox 360 version, and how the game will differ from Doom 3