- Corporate News
Thursday, 8 Jan 2015
We've just handed down the verdict for the Gigabyte P35X V3 a while back but it looks like Gigabyte's back yet again with even more entries in the P3 series of notebooks. This time, they're pulling out all the stops, with notebooks that cater to every budget.
Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015
ASUS' revealed their latest products at CES 2015, which included their new line of 2-in-1 machines, the Transformer Book Chi series. Find out more about them inside.
Monday, 5 Jan 2015
We've seen the overwhelming power of the Aftershock Titan. Here's MSI with their Titan, the GS80 Titan. It has something that other notebooks lack. Guess what it is.
Sunday, 4 Jan 2015
Lei Jun, CEO of Xiaomi, announced on Weibo that the company sold 61.1 million smartphones in 2014. Lei also shared that Xiaomi will be expanding into other markets this year.
Wednesday, 24 Dec 2014
Great news for MyRepublic subscribers! The company has just announced that its Teleport service will now be offered as a feature of their broadband plans and it will no longer be charged as an add-on service.
Friday, 19 Dec 2014
Gaikai, OnLive, Grid and Playstation Now. Guess what they have in common with Arcadia?
Thursday, 18 Dec 2014
Sony believes that Google's on to something with their Google Glass idea. That's why they are coming out with something similar, without requiring custom frames.
Wednesday, 10 Dec 2014
First announced at AMD's Future of Compute event last month, AMD's newest Catalyst drivers (named Omega) have finally been released to the general public. Catalyst Omega brings tons of new features and improvements for AMD hardware. Find out what they are and where to get the new drivers inside.
Thursday, 27 Nov 2014
Sony's in trouble in the US after the FTC found them guilty of misleading customers with their PS Vita ads. How did affected customers get reparations? Did Sony purposely word the ads to suggest things the Vita couldn't do or was it simply a mistake?
Sunday, 23 Nov 2014
Thus far, it has only been mostly western developers who are developing games that'll use Mantle technology. At AMD's Future of Compute event though, that changed. Two giants in the Japanese video games industry have signed on. Who are they? Read on to find out.