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Not a huge amount of news this week but still news none the less.
Apparently it's the real McCoy...R600XT busted open!
So in a brave step OC3D have decided to stop posting news. Shocked? Read on to find out why.
AMD has announced GPUOpen, a collection of Open Source Tools, Graphical Effects, Libraries and SDKs for developers to use. Best of all developers get direct access and full control of the software.
LG's Split screen utility for Windows based PC has unknowingly disabled Windows UAC, making countless PCs more susceptible to malware and hackers.
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AMD has plans to open up their Crossfire technology to more chipsets makers like VIA, SiS and even NVIDIA.
GAMES NEWS has trickled out over Christmas, with the industry focused on sales rather than product launches and important news releases. A few interesting hacks have emerged; read on to find out more...
Confidential documents & software shipped accidentally.
LG has some big news for us from CES. Some big news on products and information from LG, at least one of which, may save you some serious money. Read on for more information...
Can Open Linux compete on the mobile phone platform? Read on to find out more...
Nokia to continue their dominant market share with their open source OS
AMD have joined forces with Pixelux Entertainment to introduce an open physics initiative.
Sony has revealed that they are open to bringing PlayStation VR to PC, saying that the internals of a PS4 does not differ greatly from a modern PC.
A brand new Cinematic trailer has just been released for Overwatch. The games free Open beta will begin on May 5th will run until May 9th.
DOOM will soon have an Open Multiplayer Beta. The beta will take place between April 15th and 18th and will require no codes for access.
GOG's Galaxy client is now in open beta, and it packs some interesting and unique features. Most importantly, it's DRM-free.
FinalWire released the mobile edition of its industry-leading system information software for Android devices. With the new app, users of android device can learn everything about both the hardware and the software under the hood.
The creator of classic computer game “Doom,” id Software, unveiled on Friday its eagerly anticipated next game, Rage.
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