- Corporate News
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.
Saturday, 22 Nov 2014
At AMD's Future of Compute event, Futuremark announced that their popular benchmark programs PCMark and 3DMark will be coming to Windows 10 as well as giving us a rundown on what it expects DirectX 12 to achieve.
Tuesday, 28 Oct 2014
Alienware and Roccat have announced an exclusive collaboration. More details on the partnership and what it all boils down to after the jump.
Monday, 27 Oct 2014
OPPO has just opened its flagship store in Suntec City, offering visitors a look at its phones and other products. Also in the pipeline, a range of other activities including workshops.
Monday, 20 Oct 2014
IBM has been looking to eject its loss-making semiconductor business and it finally convinced Globalfoundries to take up the business. In addition to paying Globalfoundries to take over its chip making business, IBM will continue to invest in semiconductor and materials research technologies among others.
Monday, 6 Oct 2014
HP will split into two companies; one to focus on enterprise solutions, the other will be end-consumer centric
HP will split into two public companies; Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc.. HP Enterprise will focus on business solutions, while PCs and printers will fall under the purview of HP Inc.. It will also retain the current HP logo.