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The game is on track to launch next month.
Asus' new gaming desktop packs a lot of power into a tiny package.
The genie can be found in the Warlords of Draenor beta.
It looks like we might finally be getting some IPS monitors that are also good for gaming.
MSI is launching a new super-thin gaming laptop and a GameDock for adding discrete graphics.
Razer has updated the Orbweaver with the company's proprietary switches.
Patch 2.1.0 rolls out today, and the first Season begins on Friday.
Here's a new Battlebox packed with Nvidia's GTX Titan Z card.
Razer's new software is launching next month.
CyberPower has a new gaming laptop called the Raven X6.
Tesoro is launching a mechanical keyboard with the budget gamer in mind.
Subscriptions have been on a decline since the release of Mists of Pandera.
Sounds as if Ubisoft may like the idea of a subscription service.
Acer's 27" G-Sync monitor is arriving.
Razer is offering a themed mechanical keyboard.
The Android apps for iOS and Android are coming soon, but you can try it now on Windows Phone.
Support for 3D Blu-ray discs is part of Xbox One's August update.
SOE is celebrating 15 years of EverQuest.
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This should be good news despite the treatment his daughter received on Twitter.
Nvidia was at Gamescon to show off the streaming and big screen capabilities of its latest Tegra-based device, the Shield Tablet.
Nvidia’s powerful 700-series models will soon be replaced, so the company is trying to drum up some interest by bundling a hot new game with its high-end cards.
We’re presenting a video of Alienware’s compact gaming PC that is supposed to bring Valve’s PC game selection to the living room TV with Steam’s Big Picture mode.
You can see the performance and power gains using DirectX 12.
The new expansion pack will be released in November.
You'll need a subscription to Unreal Engine 4 in order to test this build.
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