Corsair HS60 Haptic Headset Review
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A Requiem for Dead Multiplayer Games
Looking back at some of the online souls we've lost.
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An enterprising modder has recompiled the original Doom to run as a sub-game in Doom3.
Corsair launch its XMS2-8000UL DDR2 memory modules, rated to run at a staggering 1GHz with the tightest timings to date.
An application that purports to be an Anti-Spyware tool turns out to be rogue
De-rigeur in mods 18 months ago, Bl00 has gone mainstream - and is beginning to raise some people's ire.
Promoters group declares that the wireless USB spec has been completed; Now in the hands of the Implementers.
The man behind the wildly - if puzzlingly so - popular Sims series looks to evolution for his next 'God' game
IWILL have upped the power stakes with their latest SFF box sporting not only dual AMD Opteron processors, but also NVIDIA SLI. We take a sneak peak at the mean, green machine ahead of Computex next week.
ATI talks to us about the technology behind the Xbox 360, and reveals some interesting facts about the architecture and its comparisons to existing PC cards.
The power behind the recently announced Playstation 3 will be open to world and dog.
Netscape 8 was launched with a heavy emphasis on security - so news of major security flaws must have caused some red faces at AOL.
In our first ever review of a full-system, we take a look at a mid-range PC from Watford, designed specifically to be upgradeable and appealing to modders.
At a pre-E3 conference, Sony and NVIDIA demonstrated the capabilities of Playstation 3, but what did they use if RSX is still in development, with no silicon taped out yet?
Not all mods have to be expensive: MetkuMods shows you how to make a stylish USB pen drive with their FlashPEZ project
Corsair released today two new high-speed memory cards that are 50-100% faster than their current range, in sizes up to 1GB
Even before Redmond can start its mandatory roll-out of the new anti-piracy policy, the system has been subverted.
iTunes? We don' need no Steenkin' iTunes! A freely available plugin for Winamp is allowing Windows iPod owners to ditch Apple's music library.
Steveo demonstrates a forthcoming version of iTunes that will store and organise Podcasts
The University of Kent is set to begin a WiMAX broadband trial provided by Telabria. Blistering 45MB/s speeds are expected.
With Episode III achieving popular and critical acclaim, we talk to AMD and Lucasfilm about the computer technology that has enabled the animatics for Revenge of the Sith to be taken to the next level.
These textile Shuffle cases are perfect for personalising your Shuffle. They come with added Marxism, too.
The expansion pack for Half-Life 2 will ship in September, and is due to land on retail shelves as well as Steam.
Tim Sweeney answers some questions about Epic's upcoming and highly anticipated Unreal Engine 3, which was demonstrated at Sony's Playstation 3 curtain raiser.
Our buddies at the Hiper Group have got some cut-price Coolermaster goodies for bit-tech readers. Cheap fan controllers and coolers? We gottem.
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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