Asus launches ROG Phone gaming handset
Pre-orders open tomorrow, £699.
Claim patches don't fully protect.
Compact size, full CPU performance.
Wolvie makes us a classic case mod featuring the Cooler Master ATCS 840 along with some blue angular inspiration to complement a lot of killer hardware.
Gary Voigt, esteemed maker of the Art Deco Zenith 5-s-29 Radio Case Mod, takes us step-by-step through how he hand-crafted his very own watercooling reservoir.
BluBawx by E.E.L. Ambiense is in league with the simplest yet highest quality of acrylic scratch builds out there. If cute mini-ITX mods are what you love to see, you'll certainly want to check this out!
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The CEO of Tecmo Koei has admitted repeatedly asking Sony to lower the price of the PlayStation 3.
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.
Disgruntled factory workers in France are apparently holding the president of Sony France hostage in response to redundancies.
Sources claim that orders for the new chips have been scaled down by up to 40 percent
We're baaaack! The month of July is coming to a close, and that means it's time again for us to bring you some of the world's best works in progress hand picked straight from our forums. That's right, it's time for Mod of the Month for July!
UPDATE: AMD's Chief Technology Officer, Phil Hester, has stepped down according to a report on MarketWatch.
Microsoft has now officially dropped us the details on the Xbox 360 price cuts, which will be affecting all models of the console.
The UK Government has drafted plans that would demand ISPs to ban users that illegally download music and films.
This year we didn't just get graphics cards and computer games in our Christmas stockings - some of us got books too. So, in an attempt to prove that the internet hasn't killed printed media, we take a look at some of the best and worst books about gaming available!
A new re-cut version of Manhunt 2 has been presented to the BBFC, but they still aren't happy with the murder-filled gore-fest and have again refused to classify the game.
Hoping that a PlayStation 3 price drop will be announced at Leipzig GC this year? Pfft. Sony says keep hoping - they're happy to keep things as they are.
Customers aren't the only ones unhappy with the UK prices of the PS3. Retailers and publishers are now speaking out on the issue too...
Sony plans to break even on the PlayStation 3 by March 2008 apparently, thanks to reduced production costs and a smaller chip size.
David Reeves talks about why Sony won't be cutting the price of the PlayStation 3 in the UK for a while...
Sony reveals it has no plans to cut the cost of the PlayStation 3 in Europe. And the news only gets worse, with no 80GB release planned for Europe and the American 60GB model end-of-life-ing.
Square Enix head honcho, John Yamamoto, reckons the recent price cut on the PS3 isn't enough. What do you reckon?
Sony streamlines and lightens the PS2, whilst letting Europeans know just what to expect in terms of PS3 price cuts. Is Sony going to be nice to Europe for once?
Rumours are a-flyin' on golden wings that Sony will cut the price of the PS3 by $100USD next week. Could the hare finally have woken up and realised it's in last place?
UK retailers, including heavyweights like Play and WH Smith are already offering deals on Sony's PlayStation 3. Could these price drops have come on instruction from Sony?
Seagate has responded to the 300TB rumour mongering that was going on last week. We're not going to see 300Tb drives by 2010, nevermind 300TB...
Japan gets the sharp end of the stick as Sony decides that it still can't make quite as many consoles as it hoped.
The Xbox 360 Core system has seen a price cut to under £200 in the UK. Microsoft shrugs and smiles, consumers still apathetically buy the Premium bundle.
AMD has slashed the prices on its processors today in a move to remain competitive with Intel's recently-released Core 2 Duo processors.
Rumours coming from Taiwan suggest that AMD is ready to introduce a cut-cache Athlon 64 X2 3600+ to help it combat Intel's aggressive dual core drive.
The music player just got smaller - well, in capacity, anyway. The new 1GB Nano offers all the same functionality, just with less capacity and a smaller price tag. Will you be tempted?