Archive for October, 2019
Valve announced a new set of advanced features delivered in Steamworks, claiming the products make DRM anti-piracy systems unnecessary.
Innovative cooling company, CoolIT Systems, has completed a CDN $6.2M financing package, designed to accelerate development projects with OEM partners.
XFX has indeed partnered with ATI and their new Radeon 4890 has been spotted in the wild, and we grabbed a copy of the pic before the page was pulled down.
Nvidia is looking to take the popular Radeon 4870 X2 head-on, working on a single PCB version of their flagship GTX295 and rumoured to be released in May.
A fan controller with great looks and versatility.
We just published our latest review, but what's happening in the rest of the tech world? Our Daily Sampler looks at Graphics Cards, Motherboards and Chipsets, Cooling and Cases, and Consumer Electronics.
Lian Li Industrial Co. Ltd has launched the PC-B10 Mid Tower chassis, showcasing many features from their full tower designs.
Smoothcreations, a leading manufacturer of Custom PC gaming systems, desktop workstations, and laptops, introduced their ?Reaper i7? value series.
OCZ Technology Group unveiled two new mice ideal for users seeking an inexpensive gaming solution, the Behemoth and Eclipse, featuring programmable customization.
Our daily Sampler of the latest and greatest reviews and happenings from around the tech world, keeping you informed and current.
Bigfoot Networks, the networking technology company behind the Killer? line of gaming network cards, launched Killer Xeno, the company?s next-generation voice chat-enabled network interface card for online gamers.
BFG Technologies, Inc. announced the EX-1200 modular power supply with Frequency Conversion Technology, which emulates virtually any size power supply and is at least 80% efficient.
Memory modules with a flair for the dramatic.
Starting off the week, we just published our latest review. Plus a look at what's happening from around the rest of the tech world.
A photo-geotagging device for people on the go.