Microsoft announces DirectX 12 Ultimate
AMD RDNA 2 and Nvidia RTX include full support.
Sony unveils PS5 hardware specs
Custom SSD sounds promising.
Xbox Series X hardware specs are announced
They're rather beefy.
The head of Epic, currently working on the next-generation Unreal Engine, talks about costs and problems facing next-gen games development.
Microsoft have the competition licked, surging past 2 million Xbox Live subscribers worldwide. The Xbox 360 launch brings improvements too.
Valve get hot & steamy with EA, signing a distribution deal for future retail games.
There is a suggestion that AMD are going to integrate the PCI Express controller on to their next generation processors.
The big red dino foresees big gains in FireFox market share, once IE7 hits the streets
eVGA have released photos of their new GeForce 7800 GTX cooler. Is it all show and no go? Kyle from HardOCP has some specific thoughts on that subject.
The beta's imminent - Microsoft spills the beans on what we can expect performance wise from the fatted calf.
Got a huge commute? Could you happily spend all those Diablo hours playing through a PSP version? That's the question Blizzard are asking...
iTunes 4.9 allows the downloading of video. Since it's release, there's been increased rumours of a video iPod. Rumours that the WSJ has now picked up on...
Photos and plot details emerge for the Doom movie - a $70 million adaptation of a decade-old computer game. Is it doomed to flop?
Help make open-source browsers better by beta testing FireFox 1.0.6, Thunderbird 1.0.6 or Mozilla Suite 1.7.10.
SCO finds another memo: Did we say no smoking gun? Nah, what we meant was No, Smoking Gun!!
ATI release July's installment of its Catalyst Program. Find out what's new this month...
After a nightmare week, Battlefield 2 has been patched again to fix the memory leak. We also have details of the new expansion pack, Battlefield 2: Special Forces.
If you live in or around California, pack your casemod into your car and head to LANFest 2K5. You might win big prizes from NewEgg, including a 7800GTX graphics card.
This week's PGR3 Focus is about Textures. You won't believe the detail in these 1024x1024 building textures.
No Smoke. No Gun. No Ammo. Quelle Surprise. Yet McBride's Spin-Droids have already started to rev up.
Alienware are giving away a fully-loaded Athlon 64 Aurora: Star Wars Edition PC with SLI. Read on for details.
Report indicates that AGP is far from dead, with ABIT's top five motherboards all being based on the AGP interface.
Hillary is outraged. Rockstar continues to claim that it did not have sexual relatio... sorry, leave sexual content in that code.
iPod sales have increase six-fold in the past year, and generate a third of Apple's revenue. But Sony is fighting back.
Developers who've gotten their Intel Transition kit are impressed with the frank-n-mac's speed
It's not often that Matrox announce something that neither ATI or NVIDIA haven't done already, but today they steal their own bit of thunder in the business and enterprise market.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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