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DeviceVM, the company that makes the embedded Linux on the Asus P5E3 Deluxe, has just released the source code to its software. We grilled the company to find out what it expects from this.
Atari isn't doing so well lately and analysts have suggested that the company would do best to stop publishing games altogether.
Turns out that one of the things which got cut from the retail version of Manhunt 2 is the credits sequence, leaving developers un-thanked.
We take a look at the best and brightest games from this year's Independent Games Festival and hazard some guesses at which games will be winners and which will be losers as they compete for the $20,000 Grand Prize.
IDF FALL 07: Intel has said that mobility is now mainstream and shipments are on schedule to overtake desktop shipments in 2009.
IDF FALL 07: Gelsinger has revealed that Westmere is Nehalem's successor. It's an evolution of the Nehalem design and will include a few refinements.
Here's a handy index of our comprehensive coverage from the Intel Developer Forum Fall 2007 in San Francisco, California. Everything from the keynotes, including Penryn, Nehalem and Larrabee inside.
IDF FALL 07: Intel says it will propel integrated graphics performance by a factor of ten by 2010. Will this be enough to take on Fusion?
IDF FALL 07: Otellini showed off the world's first working 32nm chip and says Intel is on track for volume production to start in 2009.
IDF FALL 07: Intel says that the future of the Internet is in Mash Making. And we're not talking about mashed potatoes...
Sony is giving British universities access to the the PSP developer kit at a vastly reduced rate. Hey - with the saved cash you could probably buy 1/8th of a PS3!
The UK finally sees the launch of a national games academy, backed by three major games studios who will offer scholarships to students who show potential.
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.
Last week, we had the chance to sit down with Roy Taylor, Nvidia's Vice President of Content Relations. We talked about the The Way It's Meant To Be Played developer relations programme, DirectX 10 and some of the games coming out very soon.
CES 2007: Crytek has unveiled more details from its upcoming FPS, Crysis, at this year's CES. There are new videos, developer commentaries, interviews and screenshots. Oh yes!
A blogger at the heart of the Vista team goes online to reveal all - could the problem be too much management?
A conference in SanFran this week aims to promote links between the adult industry and videogame makers. Are we going to see more adult-themed MMOs?
DevRel: A roundup of some interesting coding snippets this week, including a debate about everyone's favourite Microsoft languge, problems with Widgets and Web 2.0 for accessibility.
'Bon Echo' has a new release which allows developers and testers to have a play with the new features in the browser.
Former Sony 3D artist Josh Robinson speaks out for the first time after being fired by Sony bosses for posting his thoughts on Sony's upcoming PlayStation 3 console.
A Mozilla developer blog gives us the insight into where the popular browser is going with its next version revision. The changes are not radical, but they could add some edge.
Analysis released today rank game developers by their success at UK retail; Rockstar North place second with £71m
We sit down for a chat with Daryll Still and Bill Rehbock, who work to get NVIDIA's graphics cards used and tested by games developers.
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