Review Apex Legends Review
King of the hill.
21 percent full-year growth.
Could finally replace lithium-ion.
15 times faster machine learning performance.
Confirms a 'Netflix for games' target.
Play 'no matter what device' you have.
No word on latency compensation.
Pushes users to former rival Carbonite.
Stream your own games from the cloud.
Radeon Pro heads to Chinese datacentres.
Big growth in cloud revenue, though.
Financials looking healthy but for Nokia.
Passwords stolen from elsewhere.
Plans another appeal against foreign searches.
Foreign-held data not safe from US courts.
Sets out its argument against Microsoft.
Privacy activists launch boycott campaign.
Synology aims at the budget NAS market with it's £120 dual-bay NAS
Glitch in routine upgrade, company claims.
"Simple to operate," claims executive.
Individuals left somewhat under-protected.
Compact, low-cost laptop for web warriors.
Microsoft has demonstrated a game streaming service to bring Xbox games to Windows-based devices in an internal meeting.
The Transporter lets you store your files at home but access them anywhere.
AMD has thrown cash at cloud gaming specialist CiiNow to get its Radeon boards in the data centre.
Dell's Project Sputnik, a customised dev-friendly Ubuntu laptop, is launching this year.
Onlive has announced a list of new games it will host this year.
AMD has splashed out $334 million on microserver specialist and previous Intel fan SeaMicro.
Nvidia has hinted to Bit-Gamer that it is experimenting with game streaming technology.
OnLive has announced that it will launch its Cloud-base gaming service in the UK on 22 September 2011, at the Eurogamer Expo.
Onlive boss Steve Perlman has promised future updates will reduce lag.
Google security expert says firms shouldn't worry about where their data is stored.