Alex gets into the nitty-gritty of how to machine a water-cooling distro plate yourself.
Alex gets a new toy for the workshop.
Gigabyte's sub-£400 X570 board offers similar features to more expensive models.
TIGA CEO Dr Richard Wilson explains why R&D tax credits aren't enough.
First DLC for Arma II adds the British Army
The UK Government may be reconsidering tax relief for UK developers.
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.
The UK Government has published the Digital Britain report today and the main points were outlined in parliament today.
Can Dawn of War II take a chainsword to Football Manager? We take a look at the retail PC games chart in the UK, as well as the Steam download chart.
Survey reveals that 54% of Britons admit to checking up on their ex partners, while 97% of us search for ourselves on search engines
Britain has overtaken Japan and become the world's second biggest market for computer game systems and software.
EA has announced that it will be making a playable version of Wil Wright's Spore available at the upcoming SCI-FI show in London.
Andy Serkis, best known for playing Gollum in the LotR movies, has just launched a new initiative to encourage game development in the UK.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown has outlined plans for a public review of violent and sexual images in games.
Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, is due to unveil a mini-manifesto which will detail how to tackle crime by 'dealing with' violent computer games.
David Reeves talks about why Sony won't be cutting the price of the PlayStation 3 in the UK for a while...
The world development rankings are out again and apparently we just don't make them like we used to, sliding down a place in the chart.
Step 1: Get computer. Step 2: Get phone line. Step 3: Convince yourself of massive alien cover up. Step 4: Hack in US Government Security systems. Step 5: Profit?
July 19 2019 | 17:30
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