Dell unveiled a suite of new products and software to help address the myriad ways people play and work. Dell also highlighted some of the
Gamers aren't always the easiest bunch to buy for, unless you know exactly which game they don't own and want, so we've assembled a few ideas that might help.
It’s the big day for Microsoft, and after almost a year of testing, the replacement for Windows 8 has arrived. We say “good riddance”, but is your computer really ready to make the move?
The last week of January marks the first week that kids have of school, and that means it’s time to start thinking of computers to buy for the kids, as well as the software to go with it.
If you know someone who likes to game at home, on the go, or has an obsession with the digitally programmed art that is computer and video games, the choices this year are bound to impress.
Console gaming got you down? PCs are coming back in a big way, and if you’re having trouble justifying a next-gen console but love gaming, you may want to save your money for something else.
Gamers who have a lot of games in their Steam library — yes, that’s us too — don’t really have a console to play on, outside of their desktop or laptop, but that could change this year.
Fresh off the back of the launch at Computex in Taipei last week, Intel has launched the next generation of its processors, and carrying benefits such as fifty percent more battery life and the hint of touch in every new laptop, there's a lot for consumers to be happy about.
The recent spate of laptop news has come on the heels of Intel's new Core processor technology, and here's another announcement, with Alienware refreshing its laptops for the occasion.