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Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Go big or go home, says Corsair.
North West Studio tipped for Manchester.
Let us know who you think the winners should be at tonight's gaming BAFTAs.
TIGA CEO Dr Richard Wilson explains why R&D tax credits aren't enough.
UK retailers have begun to express doubt over the PSPGo, claiming they don't see much of a demand from customers.
The UK Government has published the Digital Britain report today and the main points were outlined in parliament today.
The British Army is now using viral game advertising and TV adverts to recruit 17 - 21 year olds.
Not everyone sees the obsession of todays youth with violent computer games as a bad thing - the Army in particular thinks its great!
Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts is the new expansion pack from THQ which expands on the original game by letting players take over the British 2nd Army or the German Panzer Elite and wage war in two new campaigns.
Ultima Online, accepted as one of the first successfully commercial MMOs, has been given a massive makeover for it's tenth birthday, as well as a 14 day free trial.
A survey of a random sample of around 1,800 British adults has shown that the majority have a broadband Internet connection.
The British Government has pulled all of its advertising from the popular social networking site, Facebook.
A British teenage girl has been imprisoned for a fatal accident caused by sending a text message.
Proving that age is not a barrier to internet stardom, British pensioner becomes overnight internet sensation with his YouTube diary.
Does the right to privacy trump the public good of catching criminals? A new law makes it illegal to refuse to decode encrypted communications.
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?
We're causing ourselves more and more long-term damage by texting until our fingers drop off, a new survey shows.
Have you heard of Chip and PIN? If not, then you'd better believe it'll get your fingers tapping.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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