The Roccat Isku can talk to mice, just like Dr Doolittle.
The Creative Assembly has released a new DLC pack that ramps up the blood, gore and violence.
The most exhilarating driving game we've ever played. Read on to see why.
Amazon could release a KindlePhone next year, presumably based on Kindle Fire tech.
Silicon can be used to create batteries that charge in 15mins and last a week.
The first chance to see Antec's forthcoming P280 is at i44 - are you going?
We play the Anno 2070 demo and report our findings. It’s mostly water and fetch/carry tasks.
Valve confirms that the Steam database forum were hacked, gives advice to cope.
Bethesda's latest opus is as great as it is huge. We don our dragon slaying boots and enter Skyrim.
LA Noire is now out on PC: we don a fedora, light a smoke and wander the streets of 1947 LA.
Virgin Media has today announced that it will upgrade its network to 100Mb by mid-2012.
Bethesda’s Skyrim is the latest game to use a live-action trailer - bit-gamer asks why.
YoyoTech is running a special deal on the newly release 3.5GHz Core i7-2700K over the weekend.
HP will keep its PC division, after announcing a strategic review of it in August.
Asus has crammed a decent-sized QWERTY keyboard into an Android tablet. Is it better than a netbook?
Dice’s visual architect Johan Anderson delivered a keynote speech at Nvidia’s GeForce LAN 6.
BIOS and kernel documentation has already named a B3 revision for the FX-8150.
Play Serious Sam 3: BFE, F1 2011 and Crysis: Warhead on Eyefinity, see a fully-immersed X79 PC!
Singapore researchers have found a way to increase hard disk capacities six-fold by using salt.
A few authentic-looking screenshots reveal details of Intel’s next-generation Ivy Bridge processors.
Asus launches the first Intel ultrabook in New York – is this the future of portable computing?
AMD has finally released Bulldozer – find out how well the new FX range performs.
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