- News tagged "gaming"
Monday, 19 Oct 2015
YouTube Gaming has extended live streaming support to Android devices, and mobile gamers will now be able to stream their gameplay, complete with voice commentary, to audiences everywhere.
Thursday, 15 Oct 2015
Gamers using a GeForce graphics card should take heed. Beginning this December, GeForce Experience will become NVIDIA's preferred vehicle for distributing new driver updates.
NVIDIA has just made some major announcements with regards to its GeForce Experience client, allowing users to broadcast their gaming sessions at higher resolutions and also stream games via GameStream in 4K.
Friday, 9 Oct 2015
At the Synology 2016 conference, we were given a look at the company's first ever router, the RT1900ac. What's new about it? And why is it great for parents? We tell you inside.
Wednesday, 7 Oct 2015
We've always know that Microsoft is planning to release Minecraft on the HoloLens. Now we know that the company also has another game up its sleeves and it's already looking like an incredibly fun experience.
Monday, 5 Oct 2015
Acer has officially released its new Predator X34 curved G-Sync monitor. First seen at Computex 2015, the Predator X34 is 34-inches large and supports a QHD resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels.
While many have believed that the Oculus Rift would launch with a relatively modest price tag, latest reports suggest that the headset might be more expensive than initially thought.
Friday, 2 Oct 2015
MSI has announced the GeForce GTX 980 Ti Golden Edition, a limited edition card with an all-copper heatsink and heatpipes.
Thursday, 1 Oct 2015
GeForce Now is the name of NVIDIA's new game streaming service. In addition, the NVIDIA Shield Android TV is also receiving a software update to significantly boost its home entertainment credentials with more apps and better multimedia capabilities.
Wednesday, 30 Sep 2015
Earlier today, a Twitter account called the Current Events Aggregate announced that there was an incident in Singapore and that the government was firing on civilians. Wait what?