WHO adds 'gaming disorder' to latest ICD
Piranha boss talks of 'responsibility'.
Very limited supplies, though.
Atari's Phil Harrison may be ex-Sony but he still thinks that discs and physical media are on the way out.
Rockstar is seeking to downplay the negative reaction to the PC release of Grand Theft Auto IV and promises a patch soon.
Intego Security, one of the companies recommended in Apple's hastily removed KB article about Mac anti-virus software, has issued a memo to clarify its stand.
Cooler Master has revealed some more details about the Black Edition bundle we revealed last month.
Asus has announced that an i7 Extreme 965 processor running on one of its motherboards has been overclocked to an impressive 5.5GHz.
Ken Levine, lead designer on BioShock, wishes PC gaming was a more successful market.
Valve has released sales figures for the earlier Half-Life games, revealing that the original has sold almost ten million copies.
Rockstar is apparently rushing to fix the plethora of issues that PC owners are having with Grand Theft Auto IV.
Database specialist Oracle has teamed up with storage specialist Emulex to donate open-source code for detection of "silent data corruption" to Linux.
Palm has announced a further round of restructuring designed to return the ailing company - once at the forefront of PDA design - the profitability.
Atari has confirmed that the new Riddick game, Assault on Dark Athena, will arrive early next year and include a new 10-hour campaign.
Atari has today confirmed that The Witcher will be coming out on consoles late next year.
Atari have announced plans to develop Baldurs Gate 3 and Neverwinter Nights 3, though no release date has yet been set.
Hitachi GST and Intel have announced a partnership to develop high-performance SSDs for the enterprise market, with Serial Attached SCSI and Fibre Channel connectivity.
Monty Widenius, creator of the open source database MySQL, has lambasted his superiors at Sun Microsystems over the premature release of MySQL 5.1.
Good OS has announced a deal with Gigabyte that will see the 'Cloud' Google-themed operating system pre-installed on netbooks.
Rumour on the grapevine is that a 92 percent drop in stock price for SCi has prompted takeover negotiations from EA and Ubisoft.
Criterion has finally announced the first paid-for DLC for Burnout Paradise, dubbed Big Surf Island.
Apple's App Store has beaten all expectations with the news that after just 142 days the service has reached 10,000 iPhone and iPod Touch applications.
Electronic Arts has announced that it will be creating a new Dungeon Keeper game - one that's an MMO.
Pixel Qi has announced a new range of low-power LCD displays that could boost laptop battery life up to ten times - meaning 40 hours between charges.
The upcoming PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV is set to use SecuROM copy-protection. Details within.
The Black Mesa Source team have released a new trailer for their Half-Life 1 remake.
The infamous iPhone-Dev team has managed to get a working copy of Linux to boot on an iPhone, although the hack is very much at the proof of concept stage.
Way ahead of schedule, More Computers here in the UK has already listed AMD's next generation Phenom II processors.
Following our UCP 900W review, YOYOTech has dropped the unit's price by £20. And that's before Alistair Darling's VAT cut comes in!