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E3 2011: Alienware Shows Off Notebooks for All Types of Gamers

Alienware showcased its current line-up of four notebooks at E3 this year, ranging vastly in size and performance ability, but all of which are meant to suit the needs of[...]

Battlefield 3 Review: A Broken Masterpiece

Only glimpses of greatness can be seen through the broken mess that is Battlefield 3. One reviewer shares his experience with a game that could have been one of the[...]

Tax Return Filing on PCs and the Web: Which Solution Is Best?

The tax countdown is on! If you haven't done your returns yet, here are three solutions for PC and Web tax filing that can help take the stress out of[...]

E3 2011: Razer Kills It With TOR Keyboard and Hydra

Razer has come a long way since its humble beginnings back in 1998 when it released its first mouse. Now the company develops keyboards, headsets, mousepads, and even motion controllers,[...]

E3 2011: Nintendo Unveils New Console – Wii U

Nintendo just announced the successor to their wildly successful Wii game console at the E3 2011 expo in Los Angeles, California. Building upon the brand recognition garnered by the current[...]

E3 2011: Skyrim Breathes Life into the Game

As I was guided through a 30-minute demo of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim at E3, it became readily apparent that there was plenty of material to always keep it[...]

E3 2011: Sony to Release Playstation-Branded 3D Display

Sony CEO Jack Tretton announced at the Sony pre-E3 press conference today that the company has plans to release a 24-inch, PlayStation-branded 3D TV in a bundle that also includes[...]

E3 2011: Hands On with Nintendo’s Next-Generation Wii U

Preshow estimates put the E3 2011 attendance at 45,000 strong. I'm assuming at least half of them were in front of me in line at the Nintendo booth, waiting to[...]

E3 2011: Battlefield 3 Hands-On Impressions

Some six and a half hours later, we finally got some hands-on time with Battlefield 3, and while there isn't a ton that we haven't seen before, this certainly comes[...]

CES2012: Nintendo Planning Vastly Improved App Store for Wii U

Nintendo's next-generation console, the Wii U, won't be available for purchase for at least another six months. Despite this, details have surfaced about a rumored new app store for the[...]

E3 2011: Microsoft Puts Windows Phone on the Xbox 360

Occasionally, a company will take a step back and redesign their products based on new innovations. Intel eschewed Pentium 4 CPUs and went back to the architecture behind the Pentium[...]

E3 2011: PNY Introduces Factory Watercooled NVIDIA GTX 580

At E3 this week, gaming-related companies are taking the opportunity to announce their new products, and that includes graphics card makers - even if the show feels increasingly dominated by[...]

E3 2011: Deus Ex: Human Revolution Hands-On Impressions

With intelligent gameplay, a slick visual style, and some seriously fun new abilities, Deus Ex: Human Revolution did not fail to impress at this year's E3.

E3 2011: Microsoft to Showcase New Xbox360 IPTV

Most people don't know it, but the Xbox360 has supported running IPTV, or TV that is broadcast entirely over the Internet, for years. Microsoft has made no secret of their[...]

E3 2011: Mass Effect 3 and Ghost Recon to Get Impressive Kinect Support

While Microsoft's Kinect accessory for the Xbox360 launched last year to reasonably high acclaim, the selection of games that properly took advantage of the unit's capabilities had been lacking. After[...]

E3 2011: Nvidia Talks PhysX, 3D, and the Future of Gaming

Nvidia representatives were staying tight-lipped about Kal-El and Kepler at E3 2011, but they were still more than happy to show off and discuss the company's recent endeavors.

E3 2011: Our Final Thoughts

Another year has come and gone, and with it, another E3. How exciting the show is varies from year to year, but it's hard to say that 2011 was anything[...]

E3 2011: AMD Brings Back FX Branded Chips

If you've been around a little while, chances are you remember the AMD 'FX' lineup of CPUs. Fast. No, faster than that. Those chips were a pretty hot commodity, offering[...]

Microsoft to Shift Xbox Brand from Gaming to Entertainment

It wasn't that long ago now that Microsoft changed their Zune line of audio players into the company's outward-facing system for playing back audio (and, to a limited extent, video).[...]

E3 2011: Watch Nintendo’s E3 Keynote With Us, Live!

You might not have gotten to go to E3 this year in LA, but that's okay, you've got us to bring you the best of what happens at this year's[...]