Asus shows off ROG Strix RTX 2080
Amazon pushes users to Twitch Turbo.
Time travel adventure Quantum Break is finally with us. Does it stand the test of time?
Achron, the time-travelling RTS from Hazardous Software, is now available for preorder.
One of the most talked about things to come out of GDC this year was a look at Achron - the multiplayer RTS game where players can travel back and forth in time. In development for more than a decade, we take the time to catch up with Chris Hazard, Achron's lead designer.
LCD monitor manufacturers have constantly pushed response times down with overdrive technology, which increases the voltage to force the liquid crystals to change colour states faster. Sadly, there are some side effects associated with this - we explain the cause and detail how to spot the problems yourself.
Sony has announced that it has pushed back the release of PlayStation Home, but promised an open beta this autumn.
We've seen how Windows Vista SP1 performs in games but what about the core system performance? We test boot times, disk copying, USB, network, photo editing, file compression, audio and video encoding to see what has changed.
Former Time UK owner, Tahir Mohsan, has announced that Evesham Technology is now up for sale after restructuring was "successfully completed."
Ubisoft has confirmed that a new Prince of Persia is in the works, with sources indicating that it marks the start of a new trilogy.
We have European pricing for Apple's all-new Macbook Air and Time Capsule products. Check out the details inside...
Rumours are that Paramount is set to move to the Blu-ray format too, abandoning HD DVD. Could the format wars be over already?
The same company responsible for most of the BIOS' in PCs has created HyperSpace to boot PCs in seconds, rather than minutes.
Today, Nvidia and several big names in the PC industry have announced Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA), an open and royalty-free standard for real-time monitoring and control for power supplies, cases and water cooling systems.
Sierra Entertainment has announced that World in Conflict, the highly anticipated real-time strategy game from Massive Entertainment, has gone gold.
Evesham Technology has gone into administration, citing the Home Computing Initiative being closed at short notice as a cause.
TimeShift, the time altering FPS, has been confirmed for the PS3 and will see a release this autumn.
World in Conflict is based in the middle of the Cold War where the Americans and Russians are at each other's necks. However, this time the battle is on US soil. That's not all that is different about Massive's latest RTS game though, and it's definitely one to look out for later this year when it's released...
Virus protection? That's for wusses, says the head of Microsoft's Windows efforts. Well, that's sort of the impression, anyway.
Vista gets opened up to security firms, whilst businesses prepare for a week of mis-timed appointments and late emails.
Joint Task Force is an RTS game set in 2008 boasting awesome graphics, big explosions and scary terrorists. Can an RTS game seriously tackle serious issues like the war on terror? Can this game really challenge Company of Heroes? All is revealed in our review.
We take a look at Razer's latest mouse: the Krait. Aimed specifically at those who want pro-level performance in RTS and MMORPG games, does this mouse provide a boost over the competition?
Now that Tiny has gone belly-up, customers with outstanding orders are unlikely to get their money back.