Review VR Spotlight: The Climb
To summit up.
'Arm truly is everywhere compute happens,' Vachani says.
The internet is currently awash with rumours that Sandy Bridge-E processors will ship without coolers
Sports Interactive has announced this year’s release of Football Manager, and its new features.
Batman voice-actor Kevin Conroy confirms existence of downloadable episodes of Arkham City.
Need a quiet home for a micro-ATX build? Fractal Design thinks it's got your needs sorted.
Photos appear of a new, very long Nvidia card - will we see a new range of GeForce cards soon?
Without a single whiff of fanfare, Samsung drops new SATA SSDs into Japanese and EU markets.
WD's next gen 6Gbps Velociraptor arrives today, with double capacity of up to 600GB, a SATA 6Gbps interface and 10k RPM spindle speed.
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.
Western Digital were the first to introduce the new, larger sector, however Seagate tell us it will be uniform across the industry
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!
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!
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.
Not surprisingly, AMD has weighed in with its own thoughts on the European Commission's ruling against Intel.
New technology will be primarily targeted at solid state disks before it hits the mechanical hard drive industry.
Leaked pictures show that the Core i7, Core 2 and Centrino brands could soon be getting shorter, wider logos.
Electronic Arts has announced Battlefield 1943 following the rumours circulating around the internet over the past few days.
UPDATE: Acer has announced an updated version of its hugely popular Aspire One, complete with a bigger 10-inch screen and a few more new additions.
Yahoo! has announced that Carol Bartz has joined the Internet giant's board of directors and has been named Chief Executive Officer with immediate effect.
Apple has announced its new range of MacBooks and its first LED backlit Cinema Display in a keynote at its Cupertino headquarters.
Asus has released its latest addition to the hugely successful Eee PC line today and it marks a huge shift away from the traditional Eee PC design. We managed to grab some exclusive hands-on time with the all-new S101 to find out how it's shaping up.
Scan has unveiled its new website design this morning. Please leave your feedback for Scan's staff in the support forum!
We're pleased to announce this morning that our recruitment process has come to an end - our fourth full-timer is now working away at bit-tech HQ.
Microsoft has issued a statement that says it is mulling a fresh deal with Yahoo! This time, an acquisition isn't on the table though... or is it?
The roster of maps for Team Fortress 2 just got bulked up by the addition of Badlands. Consider it Valve's way of saying Happy Valentine's Day.
The European Court of Justice has issued a set of new directives for IP theft. It could be good news for the Internet user... or not.
CES 2008: Intel has announced 16 new 45nm processors at CES today. These include notebook, server and mainstream desktop chips.
2007 is over, so we look at some of the most exciting games of the year ahead, just to show that even though 2007 was good, 2008 could be even better. It doesn't matter if you're a hardcore rocker or a casual sim-lover, 2008 has something for you!
Leaked AMD roadmaps suggest that AMD hasn't finished with the K8 architecture yet. There's another eleven processors coming in the first half of next year.
There's a new display interface coming to town soon and we felt we needed know more about DisplayPort. After talking with some VESA members at IDF, Tim Smalley takes a deep dive into the technology and pops up on the other side...
Apple has released a software update that is disabling unlocked iPhones, as was warned earlier in the week. They're not completely bricked though...
3D Realms has got two big new announcements for this year and neither of them is Duke Nukem Forever.
Only a short while after Antec delivered the amazing P182, it announces another addition to the P100-series; the Antec P190.
Croteam formally announce a Serious Sam sequel, as well as details of their new unnamed military simulation.
This morning we rolled out our new site design. Most of the changes are invisible, but there are some slight aesthetic tweaks.
Rumours abound that a new fighting game is to find a home on the Wii, could it be the ever-popular Soul Calibur? We sure hope so.
In the wake of Wil's departure, there have been some changes to the cast and crew behind bit-tech in recent months. Tim Smalley talks about the changes you're going to see in the next chapter of bit-tech's success.
Rahul Sood has revealed that HP is planning to launch another PC gaming brand later this year. He says it'll fit inbetween the current HP and VoodooPC brands.