This Western-themed roguelike has style to spare, but falls short on ideas.
MSI and EK team up to cool the CPU and power delivery on its MPG Z490 Carbon board
What's the best way to evaluate a game about dismantling spaceships? Break it down.
Another blow to its privacy claims.
Aims to be a one-stop launcher.
Builds heavily on Neon concept browser.
'Bye bye, Skype,' says Dotcom.
Catch up on what's been happening on the busy bit-tech blogs this week, including rants, raves and our very cool Asus competition!
A clever hacker has developed a full IRC client in a tiny hardware device that lets you idle with a fraction of the power usage of a desktop PC.
Google's IM package now features real-time translation to and from multiple languages. Next step: a small fish you slip into your ear?
IDF FALL 07: Gordon Moore, the father of the microprocessor and the industry's pace maker, joins in IDF's 10th year celebration.
Sony is bringing a lot more life to the PSP, unveiling new Go!Explore and Go!Messenger applications at this year's Leipzig GC.
A veteran of Vietnam is suing his former employers, IBM, after they fired him for spending too much time on an internet chat room. Is the internet really addictive?
Google, the search engine giant, continue their expansion into new areas with the launch of their instant messaging service, Google Talk.
A spy shot leaked over the weekend has revealed a tiny keyboard accessory for the Xbox 360 controller; the Eye Toy rival webcam is also unmasked.
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