A tense, stunning sci-fi thriller that's a little too taut for its own good.
The successor to the popular Core i3-8350K has landed without integrated graphics, but is it a match for AMD?
Intel finally outed more affordable 9th Gen CPUs, but motherboard compatibility is sketchy to say the least.
Clever liquid metal to thank.
Could be owed $860M in damages.
Academic types get free access.
Particles highly mobile in surface water.
Don't get excited just yet, though.
Congested connections get some traffic calming.
DataWind's Aakash project to create a $35 tablet for the Indian government has hit a roadblock.
Students use the Kinect sensor to help the 'JediBot' fight back.
Intel has announced a $100 million investment to create Intel Centres in US universities.
A team of chemists has developed a molecular switch which is the key to long-lasting batteries.
A new study released by the University of Oxford shows that simple videogames such as Tetris can be used to treat post-traumatic stress disorders.
According to a recent survey by the BBC, of 81 game development courses hosted in the UK, only 4 are actually accredited.
The ASTRA group at the University of Antwerp has revealed a pint-size supercomputer built from four GeForce 9800GX2 graphics cards designed for medical research.
PlayStation 3 users have finally broken the one million users mark on Folding@Home, bringing gamers one step closer to curing cancer.
A new study from the University of Michigan reveals that exposure to violent media has a radical effect on behaviour.
The official Virginia state report into the Virginia Tech massacre has officially found no link at all between violent games and the actions of Seung Hui Cho.
An LCD screen that will track a user's movements and then make adjustments to give an optimal picture has been developed by researchers at a Taiwanese university.
The owner of Facebook is facing allegations of stealing the idea from his fellow classmates at Harvard University.
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.
A new game is being tested in the UK to help foreign students get accustomed to the British culture.
Over 250,000 Playstation 3 owners have now joined together to help research possible cures to Alzheimer's Disease.
The world's richest man will finally receive his university degree. Harvard will honour the dropout at the commencement speech he'll give this summer.
One of the editors on high from Wikipedia lied about his own background to the press. Practical joke, or credibility blunder?
May 8 2019 | 13:30
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