Has Fractal Design created the perfect PC case?
Rick takes a bite out of Tripwire Interactive's "Shark RPG."
How does Asus' £300 Z490 ROG Strix board stack up against the competition?
The latest downloadable update adds retro PSOne downloading - as long as you've got a super-duper PS3. Oh, the irony...
We take a look at some of the hottest modding projects over in the bit-tech forums - some great potential, some great pics and some great modders.
The ever popular Command and Conquer series will be exploding on to the 360. Let battle commence.
The PS3 will lack online gaming support out of the box and will require a software update, says Sony. PSP updates coming, too.
Gigabyte has announced quad-core support for its entire line of P965/G965 motherboards, including the incredible GA-965P-DQ6 we reviewed last week.
We take a look at another selection of some of the hottest mods from the bit-tech Forums. This month we've got a custom-built widescreen projector, three Cooler Master Stackers and a Shuttle XPC.
Mini-esque Nanos, shrunken Shuffles, movie downloads and high resolutions - all in an afternoon's announcement for Jobs and Co.
The controversial radar change has been implemented, we see whether it works.
We take a look at some of the hottest projects in the bit-tech forums. Spied this month - some awesome plastics work, a couple of V1000 mods, an incredible auto-part scratch build and more woodworking mastery from the creator of Sangaku.
We check out the progress of some of the hottest mods in the Project Logs forum right now. A return from Modsquad, a Ferrari paintjob, a custom Cooler Master and a hand-built CNC machine in this edition!
Internet Explorer7 is almost done, and it will be pushed out to your XP system before the year is out.
NVIDIA is expected to update its product line next month with HDCP-ready versions of its GeForce 7900-series video cards.
Microsoft has dropped plans to track down pirated copies of Windows XP through its WGA anti-piracy tool, after a host of anger was directed at the software giant.
With 21 vulnerabilities fixed with twelve patches, it's the heaviest update yet for users of Microsoft products.
Updatarama: We fill you in on the week's patches, updates and general internet coolness.
There is an enormous amount of active worklogs over in the bit-tech forums. Today, we pluck out four of our favourites and clue you in on the updates, the trials, the errors and the finished articles.
Microsoft is prepping a Dashboard update for the 360. The update adds new DVD, Dashboard and Live features.
Microsoft has updated Xbox Live to include support for a new online message centre. Now you can message and chat with your friends via your PC.
One patch, two patch, three patch, four. Five patch, six patch, seven patch... Keep going, because this one's a biggie.
Speculation suggests that Sony is readying an updated version of its portable gaming console. Will a video camera and more memory convince you to upgrade, or take the plunge for the first time?
The new update to Xbox Live has a number of small improvements - but crucially, kills the only hacking exploit so far known.
A downloadable bug-fix is going to be made available soon. It will fix game crashes and also add webcam functionality.
Looking for something new to play? Day of Defeat has been updated with a new map. We have all the pictures and info. Spectacular HDR snow abound!
May 15 2020 | 11:00
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