PC Specialist pairs a Core i5-9600K with Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti in this £1,200 gaming rig.
The first in-house ROG chassis under the microscope.
One due a lot sooner than the other.
The State of Texas has just filed a lawsuit against Future US, the operator of GamesRadar, over data-handling and child privacy laws.
The French have led the way in terms of anti-piracy legislation by making the punishment by casual file-sharing consumer fit the crime committed. However, it's at some expense to online privacy.
Apparently, the cover of the song used in the game is 'too similar' to the original version and The Romantics aren't happy about that at all...
An American study has just been released which shows that almost half of all children trying to buy an M-rated game are able to do so.
Still worried that your little sister is going to smash your precious Wiimote on the kitchen floor? Well Nintendo has the answer!
IDF FALL 07: Gordon Moore, the father of the microprocessor and the industry's pace maker, joins in IDF's 10th year celebration.
Coming as no shock to many around the world, Microsoft has lost its appeal in the European Union antitrust case.
A new set of privacy standards could be agreed upon in the near future if Google has it's way - the God of Search is now pushing for a public debate on the issue.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has outlined plans for a public review of violent and sexual images in games.
The largest-ever games survey reveals 70 per cent of family gamers see educational benefits for children and grandchildren.
Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, is due to unveil a mini-manifesto which will detail how to tackle crime by 'dealing with' violent computer games.
Jack Thompson has been oddly quiet lately, but now he's back with a vengence and has filed a complaint with the FTC about the advertising campaign for BioShock.
A new LA Times editorial has sided with gamers in the argument over the California Game Law, calling for The Governator to back down.
In a bizarre move, the RIAA has acknowledged that its legal campaign against pirates is not solving the piracy problem... but it still feels it's necessary. Brilliant.
MMO operators in the UK may soon need a new license to avoid breaking new gambling laws that will take effect come September.
The US government is set to report on whether or not to tax virtual worlds like Second Life.
The game Law & Order: Double or Nothing has been pulled from shelves across the UK due to objectionable content.
UK Prime Minister (for now), Tony Blair, has publicly criticised Sony for using Manchester Cathedral in a violent PS3 game.
The church may face an uphill battle in it's attempt to sue Sony over the use of Manchester Cathedral in a PS3 game.
Sony has come under fire from The Church of England for supposedly desecrating Manchester Cathedral in-game.
MySpace has agreed to hand over the details of known convicted sex offenders that have signed up to the service.
German police begin a search in Second Life regarding rumours of child pornography rings.
Has Digg dugg itself into a hole it can't climb out of? It certainly looks that way...
April 9 2019 | 16:50
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