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Today we benchmark the fourth iteration of Thief from Eidos Montreal. Although the fourth title, today’s Thief does not have a 4 in its name, presumably because Eidos Montreal decided to create a new Thief, the Thief that will set standards as its predecessors did before.       Months...

Jon Peddie Research has published a case study where they evaluate sales of GPU chips in the last quarter of 2013. According to their research there has...

Rumors that Sony has been developing a “virtual reality headset controller” for the PlayStation 4 have been circling around the internet since...

The Nvidia Tegra Note 7 is an Android tablet featuring a Tegra quad-core processor carrying a standard price tag of $199, with a focus on graphics and...

In Sunnyvale-California, AMD in association with Raptr, have announced a new program called the AMD Rewards Program. This new program will enable gamers...

As technology progresses, the Internet is becoming a utility, an everyday life tool that is starting to get accessible to everyone just like electricity...

Those of you who are expecting to see one of those generic Battlefield 4 Mantle benchmarks tested in a single player environment saying how Mantle brings...

After many speculations, we finally have real specs leaked from Nvidia’s press conference  of the upcoming  GPUs the company is about to release....

This news was published in the Activison-Blizzard fourth quarter financial report. As it states from now on Infinity Ward, Treyarch and Sledgehammer studios...

Many of you know that Battlefield 4 has recently been patched with AMD’s new API called Mantle. However AMD hasn’t released the driver in order...