All Gaming News
Wednesday, 11 Dec 2013
The successor of the Trigger keyboard includes 64KB of onboard memory so you can store profiles and key assignments, as you normally would in a regular gaming mouse. The new gaming keyboard will be available in variants that utilize Cherry MX Brown, Red, and Blue switches.
Friday, 6 Dec 2013
Based in London, United Kingdom, Piixl is a hardware company that designs “convergent solutions” for gamers. The company has announced its high-end gaming StreamOS PC that straps to the back of your TV set. With its open architecture concept, system upgrades are possible, without having to replace the entire set.
Thursday, 5 Dec 2013
Apart from providing comfort during long hours of usage, these two headsets incorporate large 40mm drivers to produce booming sound so you can play your games, music, movies, and even make internal calls in audio clarity.
Wednesday, 4 Dec 2013
The ASRock Fatal1ty B85 Killer gaming motherboard comes equipped with Killer E2200 Series LAN, Gaming Armor, Key Master and XSplit, and adopts the Intel B85 chipset.
Wednesday, 27 Nov 2013
A Xbox One was stripped down to its bare components and analyzed. And according to the analysis, each console, along with the Kinect sensor and controller costs around US$481 to build.
Tuesday, 26 Nov 2013
Xbox One users have reported being banned from the Upload Studio app after being found to have created content with excessive foul language.
Monday, 25 Nov 2013
Doom and Quake co-creator John Carmack has resigned from id Software, the company he co-founded in 1991, to concentrate full-time on his position as Chief Technology Officer at Oculus VR, the company behind the Oculus Rift technology.
A number of Xbox One owners are reporting issues with their consoles' disc drives, where it will click and grind whenever a disc is inserted and would not read discs properly.
Apple confirmed that it has acquired PrimeSense, an Israeli company that develops 3D sensor technology.
Wednesday, 20 Nov 2013
Sony spokesman Dan Race issued a statement to The Washington Post that the number of PlayStation 4 consoles affected by the "blue light of death" is fewer than 1 percent of all consoles sold.