We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Go big or go home, says Corsair.
Asus has crammed a decent-sized QWERTY keyboard into an Android tablet. Is it better than a netbook?
Nvidia has released five new 40nm GeForce 200M GPUs this afternoon, which add support for DirectX 10.1 and GDDR5 to Nvidia's products for the first time.
Kevin Unangst, Senior Global Director of Windows Gaming at Microsoft gives the low down of what we can expect the future to feature.
Ever since the release of Assassin's Creed on the PC, there has been a controversy brewing over its support for DX10.1.
Microsoft has announced that Windows Vista Service Pack 1 has been released to manufacturing. It'll be available via Windows Update mid-March.
Console modder Ben Heck has revealed his latest masterpiece; an Xbox 360 Elite laptop, with a full how-to guide.
CES 2008: Sapphire showed us how it plans to keep those of you on the trailing edge of the graphics industry as close to the bleeding edge as possible.
Sources inside Taiwanese graphics card manufacturers have revealed that Nvidia is planning to launch new high-end products as early as next February.
Microsoft leaks some details of its new audio API support in the latest version of Direct X 10.1 SDK.
COMPUTEX 2006: The world's tallest building, Taipei 101, has been rebuilt... by a bunch of computer enthusiasts.
After a nightmare week, Battlefield 2 has been patched again to fix the memory leak. We also have details of the new expansion pack, Battlefield 2: Special Forces.
Battlefield 2 fans caught some unexpected friendly fire when the v1.01 patch contained a fatal memory leak; EA responds to the flack.
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