Intel has announced an array of new mobile processors and an LTE solution at the Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona.
Huawei, like a few other Chinese telecoms equipment maker, is rising quickly to become a major player in the hotly contested smartphone market, and the recent unveiling of the Ascend P2 is a testament to their effort.
Blizzard Entertainment has announced plans for its seventh BlizzCon gaming convention, which will be hosted in early November in California, making up for the cancelled 2012 convention.
If you are planning to purchase a perpetual license for Microsoft Office 2013, take note that it will be one copy per PC with no transfer available for any reason. Even wiping the hard drive from your old PC does not give you the ability to transfer it.
One of the highlights of the Sandy Bridge-E HEDT platform is the ability to populate up to eight memory modules onto the motherboard, which was previously only possible on multi-socket workstation and server offerings. Today we explore such a configuration with Kingston's latest high speed 64GB memory kit.
At this year's DICE Summit J.J. Abrams, the director of the new Star Trek film and Star Wars Episode VII, speaks with Gabe Newell about the importance of subtle clues in his movies.
The Android-powered Ouya game console has received so much support that major retailers such as Amazon and Target will also take part in distributing the tiny $99 game console.
Rockstar has finally revealed a release date for one of the most anticipated games for 2013…but they've also pushed it back all the way to Sept. 17, 2013.
China is considering the possibility of ending its 13-year ban on video game consoles, according to a regional newspaper, paving the way for Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony to make millions in the monumental market.
Star Wars 1313, a game believed by many to be one of the first of the next generation of games, will have a 2013 release date for Playstation 3, according to Sony's German site.
A recent Facebook post from PlayStation Germany reveals that the new Star Wars 1313 game may be availble in 2013 for PlayStation 3.
Gaming giant Sony was at CES 2013, and during a press conference Sony's President and CEO Kaz Hirai responds to questions about the upcoming PlayStation 4.
ZTE has unveiled the world's thinnest 5-inch full high-definition (FHD) smartphone, the Grand S, offering a powerful system under the hood and LTE connectivity.
Previously teased on their social media channels, EVGA showed off their new X79 Dark motherboard offering and an upcoming water-cooled mini-ITX enclosure.
Game developer Valve has teamed up with Xi3 Corporation to develop a tiny computer system optimised to run Steam, giving us a first inkling into Valve's long-awaited hardware plans.
Intel has unveiled a slew of new mobile products at CES 2013, with Atom-powered smartphones, Ultrabooks that consume even less power than before, and all-in-one computers with a battery built right into the screen.
In what has been a relatively underwhelming CES 2013 so far (or at least for PC components), Asus has released a plethora of new products, including the ARES II which is the company’s dual slot, water-cooled take on a dual-HD 7970 card (aka 7990).
Rumors about Apple introducing a new line of HDTVs have been squashed. Experts say the TV is being delayed by digital rights management concerns. Other predictions say Google will expand their Google Fiber Internet into more cities.
Sony is ending its historical 13-year production run of the PlayStation 2 in Japan. No word on production for other countries.
When it comes to science there is no getting around the fact that it was a pretty spectacular year. From the fantastic landing of the Mars Curiosity Rover to the announcement of the discovery of the long-anticipated Higgs boson it seemed that every day was bringing science geeks something new to be excited about. Will