AMD announces seven FreeSync monitors
Published in Graphics
06 January 2015


24 to 34 inches of tear-free gaming

AMD has announced a total of seven FreeSync enabled monitors from five different vendors.

Xbox One to add Sling TV
Published in News
06 January 2015


First console to get it

Microsoft is partnering with Sling TV to add its Video-On-Demand service to the Xbox One platform. The Sling TV service which is backed by DISH, delivers a variety of channels for $20 per month.

Sony confirms 18.5 million PS4 units sold
Published in News
06 January 2015


PS4 sales marching close to 20 million

Sony has confirmed that it has sold 18.5 million PlayStation 4 consoles worldwide as of January 4th.

Revamped Avatars coming for Xbox One
Published in Games
06 January 2015


Better graphics and more functionality

While Microsoft has more planned improvements coming for the user interface on the Xbox One, the company is also planning new Avatars to take advantage of the new hardware.

Mighty No. 9 development pretty much finished
Published in Games
06 January 2015


Working on getting all the ports done

Keiji Inafune has confirmed through a New Year’s message that all of work on Mighty No. 9 is finished and his studio along with Init Creates and Abstraction Game will be working with Comcept.

Nvidia Tegra X1 benchmarked, close to 60K in Antutu
Published in Processors
05 January 2015


Runs 4K at 60 FPS too

We had a chance to spend some time with a few Tegra X1 developer boards and see a number of demos by Nvidia and see what is going to come in the next few months.

Intel unleashes Broadwell notebook parts
Published in Processors
05 January 2015


Bringing 14nm to the masses

Intel’s Broadwell has been in the works for quite some time and the Core M series is about to be reinforced by mainstream notebook parts.

CES 2015 is all about 4K and 8K TVs
Published in News
05 January 2015


We don’t have 4K content, but let’s show off 8K anyway

2015 is shaping up to be a big year for 4K adoption and we expect a lot of enthusiasts and consumers will end up buying their first 4K monitors, TVs and other devices over the next twelve months.

China wants to triple its patents by 2020
Published in News
05 January 2015

Glorious innovation drive

The Glorious People’s Republic of China has put “patents” and “innovation” onto its five year plan.

Kiwi terrorist reveals his location on Twitter
Published in News
05 January 2015

Isis really can't get the staff

A self-proclaimed ISIS terrorist from New Zealand is proving more of a liability to the decapitating group than any actual use.