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  • News: 5 ways to speed up online gaming

    If there's one thing we hate about online gaming, its lag. We're tired of pulling a trigger in Call of Duty:World at War, and then watching the gun fire five seconds later? Likewise, we hate it when adrenaline-fueled matches in Halo 3 play out like slide-shows?

  • News: Sex and swearing surge in computer games

    Sexual content in video games is on the rise, says the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC).

  • News: 74% of parents want video-games classified

    Three quarters of parents are concerned about the content of video games, says the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC)

  • News: Nintendo Brain Training doesn't work, says Which

    Nintendo's Brain Training game is no more capable at protecting against memory loss than surfing the web, according to a study commissioned by Which?.

  • News: Microsoft removes 1m worms from gaming PCs

    Microsoft has revealed that it removed nearly 1 million samples of a particularly virulent password-stealing worm that targets games such as World of Warcraft, Legend of Mir and Gamania

  • News: The 10 greatest PC games of all time

    When it comes to PCs, there have been some brilliant games over the past 30 years. We've rounded up what we think are the 10 greatest PC games of all time.

  • News: Intel supports Nvidia SLI in x58 motherboards

    PCs based on Intel's high-end Core i7 processors and motherboards are getting a graphics boost. The chip maker has licensed Nvidia's SLI graphics technology, which allows a computer to use multiple graphics boards simultaneously.

  • Opinion: Bad science 'proves' PC gaming is evil

    Is the whole "playing video games makes you such-and-such" debate spinning your head round your shoulders like Linda Blair's? It is mine, possibly heading towards a pea soup moment.

  • News: LG Arena smartphone has 3D interface

    LG Electronics plans to launch its new flagship multimedia phone, called Arena, at next week's Mobile World Congress expo in Barcelona.

  • News: Call of Duty 6 release set for 2009

    A sixth installment of the hugely-popular first-person shooter (FPS) game Call of Duty has been confirmed.

  • News: Nvidia, AMD & Intel suffer graphics chip slump

    Graphics chip makers Nvidia, AMD/ATI and Intel are feeling the economic pinch, with fourth-quarter sales plummeting from Q4 2007, according to Jon Peddie Research.

  • Opinion: Sony PSP2 coming soon? Er, no

    The blogosphere was alight this morning with rumours of an impending Sony PlayStation Portable 2 - an updated handheld PSP console with a touchscreen. There was only one problem with the rumours: they were/are a load of old rubbish.

  • News: The 17 worst computer games of 2008

    2008 was a great year for gaming, featuring blockbusters such as Metal Gear Solid 4 and Grand Theft Auto 4. But along with the classics, a number of rubbish games were released. We've rounded up the 17 games you should definitely stay away from.

  • News: 'Out of touch' PS3 slammed by Xbox 360 exec

    The war of words between Sony and Microsoft over which games console is more popular continues to rumble on.

  • News: Sony: Microsoft Xbox 360 'lacks longevity'

    Sony Computer Entertainment chairman Kazuo Hirai has slammed Microsoft's Xbox 360 console for not lasting long enough.

  • News: Watch YouTube on your PS3 or Wii

    PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Nintendo Wii owners can now watch YouTube on their televisions. Currently in beta and announced only Thursday in a blog post by the YouTube Team, the YouTube for Television website offers a remote control-friendly user interface for the popular video site.

  • News: The 16 best games that you've never played

    2008 was a brilliant year for gaming with the release of blockbusters such as Gears of War 2 and Call of Duty: World at War. But the year also saw some brilliant, lesser-known games released. We've taken a look at the best 16 games you've probably never played.

  • News: 14 great ways technology can help you get fit

    From gadgets that encourage you to exercise and track your progress, to websites that motivate you, technology offers a number of ways to help you get fit. We've rounded up our pick.

  • Test Centre: Group test: 5 PC power supply units reviewed

    It's all very well upgrading your graphics card, but your PC also needs enough power to ensure it can deliver the superior video-handling you expect. PC Advisor explains the crucial role of the PSU and tests five powerful units.

  • News: Xbox 360 outsells Playstation 3

    Microsoft's Xbox 360 console has sold over 28 million units worldwide, 8 million more than its rival, the Sony Playstation 3.



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