Turn 10 is back with the latest instalment of Forza Motorsport. Forza 3 promises to build on Forza 2's great strides forwards and the result is one of the most well rounded driving games we've played to date.
Windows 7 is finally here and after months of testing across many different machines, we're able to give our verdict. Read on to find out if Windows 7 is Microsoft's best operating system to date.
Nvidia's Tony Tamasi has said that he doesn't mind what physics library developers use, as long as it runs on Nvidia GPUs.
Microsoft will release Windows 7 to manufacturing next week if several independent reports are to be believed.
Following The Pirate Bay's announcement that it will sell to a Swedish software firm, it comes as no surprise to see that the site's users have revolted.
Sony has reportedly signed manufacturing agreements with Foxconn and Pegatron to build the new PS3 Slim.
Mozilla has released Firefox 3.5 and it's described as a major release. It boosts performance, introduces new features and supports emerging Web standards like HTML5.
AMD has quietly launched its Phenom II 42 TWKR Black Edition processor for the overclocking community. You won't be able to buy this one.
Samsung is back with a 12.1in clone of its hugely successful NC10 netbook. There's a lot more to it than that though, as the NC20 is one of the first laptops to be based around VIA's Nano processor. Does Samsung's slinky ultraportable retain all of the charm its little brother had? Read on to find out.
Intel is reportedly getting ready to announce a major breakthrough for its Atom CPUs - a deal with Nokia to develop mobile phones based on the chips.
Jammie Thomas-Rasset lost her second trial against the RIAA after the jury committing 24 acts of copyright infringement for a second time.
The Government has announced that the UK will adopt the PEGI ratings system for video games, bringing an end to the BBFC's involvement in the industry.
Western Digital has started shipping a new range of WD-branded SSDs following its acquisition of SiliconSystems in March 2009.
Virgin Media is to launch an unlimited music download service later this year and, as a result, will be clamping down on online piracy on its network.
The UK Government has published the Digital Britain report today and the main points were outlined in parliament today.
Following a number of whispers at Computex, we have learned that Dell is to close its XPS Gaming brand soon.
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.
Not surprisingly, Opera has said that Microsoft’s offer to completely remove Internet Explorer from Windows 7 was not enough to restore competition.
Microsoft is planning to release a free anti-virus service that it says its employees are already testing in house.
A leaked memo from Microsoft has revealed that the software giant plans to ship Windows 7 without a browser in Europe.
Phil Schiller, VP of Product Marketing at Apple, has said that Jobs' planned end-of-June return is still on.
Bill Veghte, Microsoft's top Windows business exec, has said that he doesn't expect Windows 7 to boost the PC market massively.
A US-based web monitoring firm has declared that the millionth English word is Web 2.0. Dictionary makers cry foul.
We were out in Taipei, Taiwan for the 2009 Computex trade show for the past two weeks. Now that we're back in more familiar territory in London, we take a look back at the big trends during the show, from Netbooks, to DX11 and Windows 7.
Sources close to Intel say it will release a 6-core Nehalem derivative in roughly the same timeframe as Lynnfield.
Apple updated its MacBook line with several new versions and slashed prices on many existing models at its Worldwide Developer Conference keynote last night.