ZOTAC ZBOX M and P Series Mini-PC's

ZOTAC International, a Hong Kong based and a global manufacturer of innovation, today announced two groundbreaking releases from the acclaimed ZBOX M series...

Ubisoft: Ghost Recon Wildlands - Sad state

If Ubisoft walked away with 10% of this video….they would become a better developer in their stories, content and overall game design. But Ubisoft is simply...

Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan

Purchased Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan for the i7 5930K. Now running at 4.5Ghz with memory at 3K. Running on a Corsair Hydro Series H110i GT ! ...

Guild Wars 2 - Bringing Antialiasing to the game

It's no surprise seeing another game slam onto the market lacking AA (Anti-Aliasing) features and Guild Wars 2 is no exception. MMORPG games tend to get...

Lowering game latency with WTFast tunneling

Taking a dive into WTFast  latency tunneling service -- is like your internet on steroids. Internet latency is a gamers worst nightmare. Any network...

Logitech G13 Advanced Gameboard

The G13 Advanced Gameboard is Logitech’s answer to gamers needs. It’s a fantastic light-weight, portable alternative for gamers who don’t want...

Rosewill Thor V2 Computer Case

Rosewill , the company behind quality hardware and affordable cases, debuted the redesigned Thor-V2 case earlier this year and has since become one of the...

Electronic Arts: Battlefield 3

As one of the most anticipated games released by EA (Electronic Arts), Battlefield 3 sets itself apart from its rivals with a great story-line and game play....

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Asus announces first certified Thunderbolt Z77 motherboard

Asus has announced its first Thunderbolt equipped motherboard that uses Intel’s Z77 chipset. Asus’ P8Z77-V Premium motherboard is based on Intel’s Panther Point Z77 chipset supporting the chipmaker’s latest Ivy Bridge processors. However Asus chose to spruce up the relatively …

Intel shows off 1Gbit/s Puma 6 DOCSIS broadband chip

Intel has demonstrated its Puma 6 chip that can transfer 1Gbit/s by bonding 24 DOCSIS 3.0 channels. Intel, one of the partners that drew up the DOCSIS standard used by Virgin Media, has shown off its Puma 6 chip offering …

Smartphones: how they know Up from Down

Have you ever wondered about the magic behind a smartphones’ capability to know when it is being held Up or Down? Well you’re in luck if you answered yes as Bill the Engineer guy explains how this works, along with …

Blizzard addresses Diablo III security worries

Blizzard Entertainment has attempted to address some of the security issues that have sprung up since it released its latest title, Diablo III. In a blog post the firm said that it was reacting to reports about security problems and wanted to …

Raspberry Pi is getting a camera module topping

Pocket computer Raspberry Pi will get a camera module add-on later this year, and from the looks of it, it will not be bad. News of the module comes from the ever-busy Raspberry Pi blog, which has a photo. The photo …

Things you need to know about the Facebook IPO

Last Friday Facebook went to the stock exchange in a big way. Facebook’s initial public offering (IPO) valued the social network at a whopping $104bn (£66bn) and we learned that it was making a young dorm-room tinkerer very rich indeed, but what have …

Microsoft ditches the 'dated and cheesy' Aero interface for Windows 8

Microsoft announces it will drop its Aero Glass user interface, opting for a more sedate, back-to-basics user interface in Windows 8. Smart or bad idea? Microsoft’s Aero Glass user interface made its debut on Windows Vista, bringing fancy glass-like blur …

Fixing Blizzard's Diablo III 60 FPS limitation

Diablo III finally released, yay! Bugs plague the game, boo! Seriously, though, that’s just part of a games’ release and like every game — there are ways of fixing the problems while other problems rely on the developers to get …

EVGA recalls Geforce GTX 670 Superclock graphics cards

EVGA has issued a partial recall of its Geforce GTX 670 Superclock boards claiming that some units did not go through its quality testing resulting in an ‘isolated problem’. EVGA, a popular brand with enthusiasts and known for its transferable …