HTC announces Vive Wireless Adapter pre-order date
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Amazon pushes users to Twitch Turbo.
Studios add ray tracing, deep learning tech.
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It's fast, it's furious, it's not a predictably awful Vin Diesel film! It's Sony's high definition remake of one of the games that first cemented it as a leader in the console industry - but does Andy think that Wipeout HD is enough to interest gamers nowadays?
Sony executives have confirmed that they still have no plans to make PSN a subscription service despite rising costs.
Sony has been quick to dismiss rumours that it is looking to bring downloadable PS2 games to the PlayStation 3 over PSN.
Early images of a new PlayStation network feature have been leaked, apparently showing images of new 'trophy cards'.
Rockstar has signed to bring downloadable content for GTA 4 only to the Xbox 360 - but does that mean the PS3 will be left out in the cold?
Haze, the oft-delayed shooter with a brain from Free Radical Design, has got a new release date and an announced demo on PSN.
Gran Turismo 5 Prologue is finally here, filling the gap until the full game. Is it worth the cost and can it entice more players to the PlayStation 3, or is it little more than tech demo which you'll have to pay for? Andy finds out!
Capcom has unveiled Plunder, a new strategy game for the PC, XBLA and PSN that promises to go from 3D to 6D! Wait...what?
NCSoft, Korean MMO developer and exclusive Sony partner, has hinted that it may be moving away from the games industry altogether and into the social networking field.
Howard Stringer is hinting that he wants to expand the Sony PlayStation Network to include more than just the PS3 and PSP devices.
The Folding@Home project, which uses the power of CPUs around the world to help find cures to diseases, has managed to reach a full petaflop of calculating power.
The new trailer for Echochrome is released. Heard of it? Us neither, but it looks completely freakin' awesome!
The PSP finally gets a much needed redesign in the shape of the new PSP Slim. It looks yummy, but is it even tastier than the DS Lite?