This Western-themed roguelike has style to spare, but falls short on ideas.
MSI and EK team up to cool the CPU and power delivery on its MPG Z490 Carbon board
What's the best way to evaluate a game about dismantling spaceships? Break it down.
Redmond is currently working on a more secure version of windows to be run on older hardware. Is this the return of the Network Computer?
Mr Frodo hosts a special XBOX 360 'event' on MTV tonight (US), which should give us the first confirmed looks of the new console
Google has released its new Web Accelerator software amidst controversy over privacy concerns.
Having switched from PC to Apple, Jason now finds himself short of a decent game for OSX
Is it me, or are we getting to the point of Software for Software's sake?
A quick discussion of what we expect for 2005.
Microsoft still wants you to buy a whole new PC to get Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, but you don't necessarily have to anymore.
James' advice to you when you encounter free software from Microsoft is to run and hide – there will always be strings attached.
Watch out – the days of free MP3s and movies could soon be over. And that’s not all you might not be able to do with your PC in a few years time.
In his first column for bit-tech.net, former PC Pro editor James Morris asks whether we can get away from the marketing hype back to being interested in technology.
Optical mice have always suffered from a degree of lag. The Microsoft Wireless Intellimouse v3 is the first mouse we've come across that is as responsive as a corded model.
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