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Software | 30th July 2008
Overclock3D checks out Immortal Gaming's service with a store review
Software | 30th May 2007
Cell Factor is a game that I've been awaiting the final release of for some time. Showcasing Ageia's PhysX card and API, the promise of the game at early beta was good. See what we think now...
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Matthew Fogg | 5th March 2007
Microsoft has announced plans to launch a 512MB memory unit for the Xbox 360 game console and an increase in the official size limit of Xbox LIVE Arcade games from 50MB to 150MB.
Matt Kemp | 1st March 2007
It seems Adobe have decided it's about time they really start challenging the likes of Google in the free online-app space...photoshop for free anyone?
Matthew Fogg | 28th February 2007
The PS3 has some issues that need to be addressed.
Software | 1st April 2006
Today I will be giving you a quick review of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion with some screenshots and an idea of how it plays on a high-end gaming rig.
Matthew Fogg | 27th February 2007
Dell is apparently listening to clientelle, and has already announced plans to offer more machines without operating systems, along with a plan to reduce the amount of pre-installed software on its other systems.
Matthew Fogg | 26th February 2007
A new arrival dubbed WiiXT, promises Wii and GameCube homebrew backups, the WiiXT also promises region-free DVD playback.
Matthew Fogg | 21st February 2007
The most anticipated Xbox 360 title since December's Gears of War, Crackdown made its way to stores today.
Matthew Fogg | 20th February 2007
Crytek, developer of the first person shooter "FarCry", today said that it will demonstrate the middleware of the upcoming "Crysis" game at the 2007 Game Developers Conference (GDC)
Matthew Fogg | 15th February 2007
KVM, a new virtualization technology that lets Linux computers run multiple operating systems simultaneously, has won a significant endorsement from Red Hat. Read on to find out more...
Matthew Fogg | 14th February 2007
Seagate Technology today announced it has joined the Symbian Platinum Program. As a Platinum Partner, Seagate will support the growing Symbian smartphone market with its new DAVE technology platform, ensuring seamless interoperability with devices running S60 3rd Edition and UIQ 3 user interfaces.