Makes no mention of the Rewind project.
This £250 headset and DAC combo brings high-fidelity audio to gaming in a superb way.
Details of preloaded video and audio on the Xbox 360's hard drive, plus what's going to be in the box and what you'll have to buy separately.
Graphics giant ASUS have unveiled their newest zero-noise graphics cooling solution, dubbed SilentCool Technology, featuring a rotatable, heatpipe-fed copper radiator.
As part of Microsoft's WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage), All non security related updates to Windows will now require mandatory authentication
Is dual-booting the killer app for the next generation of Macs, sporting Intel processors? Two chaps have already found an elegant solution using Linux as a boot loader.
The guys at Anandtech have got a Gigabyte CrossFire solution on the test bench, and have come up with some interesting scores...
If you haven't seen the sequel to one of the most original games ever, you're missing out. Black & White is back with improved gameplay and improved graphics. We have some new screenshots inside, as well as some info on the new gameplay features.
Desktop plug-in wizards Konfabulator plug into one of the biggest sites on the 'Net, Yahoo!
Stupified by shaders? Finding pixels perculiar and vertices vexing? Check out our guide to shaders, which will explain all the complex details in a nice and simple manner.
The latest Steam update has hints of more forthcoming content to feature alongside the Lost Coast. Speculation? We love it.
A small form factor machine from Biostar has tipped up on the web, with the specs revealing details of Nvidia's new integrated graphics platform.
Scan delivers a Media Center system... that looks like a toaster? Sporting a 3.2GHz Pentium 4 it could probably toast any food product you like, but it's also a capable media machine.
Mix and fade up to 30,000 songs using the Numark iDJ mixing console for iPod. Up to 120GB of rocking tunes? Let me hear you SCREAM!
Day of Defeat is being given a digital facelift with new models, textures, improved lighting and updated levels. We have two new screenshots, and news of Half-Life 2: Lost Coast.
Sony have finally blinked, demonstrating the first playable PS3 game, Mobile Suit Gundam, recently in Japan. Screenshots and video are available for download.
Ever had the urge to broadcast your Double Kickflip Indy to all your mates? Skateboard enthusiast Michael Buffington builds a half-pipe with a difference.
Redmond's oft delayed next gen OS - up until now known by it's codename Longhorn - has been finally christened.
At this year's Computex show, we were given early indications that ATI would support other chipsets. A report from Taiwan confirms that R&D is already underway.
Finnish coders have followed the white rabbit, taken the red pill and have seen the Matrix for what it is. And now they've managed to recreate it for multi-player games.
Looking for a completely silent gaming system? Need a video card? How much memory do you need on a high-end video card these days? We have a look at GECUBE's Radeon X800 XL 512MB SilentCool Edition and investigate whether 'more is better'. Find out inside...
Fed up of 419 spam in your inbox? You may see a dramatic drop in the near future, after massive raids by the FBi and Spanish Police
An update notification details Intel's next move in the dual-core market - they're planning to fix some bugs relating to EM64T and single-core operation. No new models are expected until next year.
Hollywood studios may insist on DRM for the next generation of small-yet-capacious perpendicular recording hard drives. Who controls the contents of your Video iPod - you, or Hollywood?
We have a few first-hand shots of the new Alienware Star Wars system - the Force is strong with this one... even if it is the Dark Side version.
A quick bit of screwdrivering and some plastic makes for a simple, clean case mod.
Want to browse the interweb on your PSP? Don't want to have to bugger about with Wipeout to do so? Well you won't, with a new update from Sony.
The next version of Firefox will be 1.5, not 1.1 as planned. There are also new features planned for Firefox 2.0 / 3.0