Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
We summarise the two new Kindle eReaders and the Kindle Fire Tablet launched yesterday.
A trip down nostalgia avenue, NBA Jam is as silly and as fun as we remember.
Razer has announced its Battlefield 3-themed gaming peripherals set.
Broadband coming to the middle of nowhere near you?
Sony's Playstation Vita handheld console won’t be on sale until 2012 in the US and Europe.
EA's free to play boss has said that free to play games are 'exploitative'.
The Intel 6-series chipset fiasco has cost some companies half their turnover, we found out more
We take a gandger at Kingstons budget SSD - its 30GB V-Series.
The new year is well under way and for Feb we've re-evaluated our choices again having looked at H55 and H57 motherboards, new coolers and cases, and ATI budget graphics cards. Has it all made a difference? Check in to find out.
This month we've got Intel's new CPUs and other nifty bits of hardware weighing in from CES. Has it made a change to our recommendations? Read on to find out!
We check out some of the prices of those latest Core i3 and i5 Clarkdale CPUs that launched earlier this week.
It's big, fast, power hungry and hot like Scarlett Johansson in a sauna - what's not to like? The size? Yes, at nearly a foot long this dual-HD 5870 beast won't even fit in the front page image box! Read on to see how the new card performs (don't call it a HD 5870 X2 though, or you'll look like a n00b)
Another month and another set of hardware recommendations fresh from our labs. Has AMD's latest CPUs or Kingston's SSDs made a difference? What about memory price increases? Read on to find out!
Another month and another set of hardware recommendations fresh from our labs. Has the Radeon HD 5870 scored a solid place and what about the latest motherboards and hard drives? Take a look to find out!
What difference will the new Core i5 processor and LGA1156 motherboards make to our hardware recommendations this month? Find out the answers to this, and all other hardware upgrade questions in this month's Hardware Buyer's Guide!
Microsoft has officially upped the RRP of the Xbox 360 Arcade SKU in the UK.
Packed with four PCs and a new Folding rig, this month's PC hardware buyer's guide is leaner, meaner and gets straight to the point! Check out our recommendations and be sure to tell us what you think are currently the best buys in our forums.
Corsair has achieved the holy grail and made a low cost liquid cooler, the Hydro H50, that actually does what it should: it provides very good cooling for your CPU, it doesn't sound like a hurricane and isn't ridiculously expensive. Does this spell the end of air cooling as we know it?
Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 will cost £55, thanks to a weak pound.
Having a hard disk full of MP3s is all well and good if you only ever want to listen to your music when you're sat at your computer. Logitech's Squeezebox Boom is a 21st century stereo that can stream music from your PC and from the web. We crank it up to 11 to see how it sounds.
Another month and another four systems, as we delve into online stores to seek out the bargains to decide which setups, for a range of budgets, are the best your money can buy.
Microsoft has revealed the pricing for Windows 7 E - for Europe - and it's a mixed bag: while some editions are cheaper, no upgrade editions are offered.
COMPUTEX 09: We've got a better explanation as to why AMD’s Radeon HD 4770 reference card was so different to those that hit shelves.
Intel's new Core i7 processors are now in the channel and actually available to buy. We've scouted prices and rounded them up to see who has the cheapest i7 920.
With everything else tested, we put our math cap on and cracked out the calculators to work out which platform is the best punt for your pound. Does the supreme Core i7 performance warrant the extra cost it demands? Read on to find out!
Microsoft executives have indicated that the changes to UK ratings suggested by the Byron report may make games more expensive.
COMPUTEX 2008: Following the SSD trail around the many manufacturers on site, we got some answers to the state of the tech.
We look at XFX's Nvidia nForce 790i Ultra SLI motherboard to find out if it offers that much more than Intel's X48 or even its own nForce 780i SLI. Do higher prices automatically get you more performance? The answers are inside.
With the demand for low-cost, fully web capable machines set to soar massively this year, could Windows XP be given another reprieve?
We've all heard of green PCs - but what about a green case? Claiming excellent noise reduction and an innovative thermal management system, the Silentium T2 Eco 80 is a case which seems to have it all - but appearances can be deceiving...
Do the latest super-high end motherboards will lots of features really tempt your wallet, or are they just excessive where mainstream boards provide far better value?
Square Enix head honcho, John Yamamoto, reckons the recent price cut on the PS3 isn't enough. What do you reckon?
COMPUTEX 2007: If you thought Abit's IN9-32X MAX was good, the IX38-MAX and IX38 QuadGT come with a whole host of new features.
Sony has got a few problems - its PS3 console is looking like it's going to be late, and expensive to boot. Not only that, the guy in charge of the rootkit debacle has been given the boot.
DDR and DDR2 might be more expensive by the second quarter of next year, as makers in the East contemplate lowering their production.
Think size isn't everything? Try telling Korean electronics giant, LG, who unveiled a whopping 102-inch plasma screen last week's KES 2005 show.
Microsoft exec goes on the record to mention that the 360 will get a cost slash each year to remain competitive. Sony shuffles, twitches.