A Sony leak reveals new Remote Play compatible gadgets. Which products in the Xperia line will be getting it?
The market for set-top boxes is heating up! Google throws its hat in the ring with the new Google Nexus Player
ASUS has just announced three new ROG gaming notebooks, which features Intel's recently refreshed Haswell processors as well as NVIDIA's new mobile GPUs based on the Maxwell architecture.
NVIDIA Gamer's Day event was held in our very own backyard - Singapore! With the support of five add-in card partners from ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, Palit and Zotac, this was the perfect opportunity for them to showcase their GTX 900 offerings to hardware and gaming enthusiasts from the HardwareZone community. Read on to uncover the event's happenings.
The AMD Radeon R7 and Plextor M6 Pro are two of the latest high-end SSDs to hit the market. We put them through their paces to see if they can challenge other established high-end SSDs, such as the Samsung SSD 840 Pro and OCZ Vector 150.
Bungie's new franchise, Destiny, doesn't come out till next week, but thanks to Google, you can tour the game world now with Google Street View.
Following earlier rumors that Google was prepared to pay US$1 billion for Twitch, Amazon has apparently swooped in and picked up the livestreaming video network for a mere US$970 million.
As September 23 approaches for the official Xbox One launch in Singapore, Microsoft is turning up the heat by offering pre-order specials such as bundling in EA Sports FIFA 15 and more at no extra cost. Find out more details of what else the Xbox One Launch Bundles consists of and other pre-order specials.
Prefer to don a headset when playing games? If you crave for ultra-realistic audio, you can take a look at the new Plantronics RIG Surround gaming headset that's capable of 7.1-channel surround sound. If you don't need that and prefer something lighter, there's also the new RIG Flex.
ASUS has just announced two FM2+ gaming motherboards based on the top-end AMD A88X chipset. The Republic of Gamers Crossblade Ranger is the first FM2+ board from the prestigious series; while the A88X-Gamer is meant for the PC gamers who need a high-end AMD A88X-based system and eschew exclusive ROG features.