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From consoles to computers and smartphones, games are more accessible and diverse than ever before. Whether you want to know more about how the latest shooter looks on your hardware or when you can expect the next MMO to launch, Tom's Hardware has your gaming needs covered.
Nvidia is offering Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for free if you purchase a specific GeForce card.
Mad Catz is launching a new keyboard and mouse for PC tournament gaming.
Razer will be coming with its RGB... err, Chroma series of peripherals.
This is Digital Storm's new Velox mid-tower enthusiast gaming machine.
Maingear is now offering its three Battleboxes with the Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z.
The Alienware Alpha is now available for pre-purchase.
After 22 years of supporting legacy code, the Khronos Group wants a fresh start with a next-generation and unified OpenGL API for PC and mobile.
Origin's new promotion brings you a lot of value for your money, though it is still a lot of money. We suspect Origin PC wants to go bankrupt.
We check out OnLive on the WikiPad 7.
Alienware has introduced its lightest gaming notebook to date.
Hmm, we might be seeing a white Xbox One arrive in October, and perhaps, just perhaps, a price cut right before then.
Who wouldn’t like to sit on the couch comfortably playing a game with a keyboard and mouse? This is what ROCCAT asked, after which they set out to provide an all-in-one solution that didn’t result in any...
Here's another World of Warcraft themed headset.
This mouse will be available in October.
This kit uses a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 screen.
Crytek spills the beans on what's next for the company.
Logitech has a new mouse in its hands, and it's very fast.
Maingear has launched what seems to be a former Steam Machine.
The Unreal Tournament team plays Team Deathmatch!
There are over half a billion gamers in China.
The Wi-Fi version of the Shield Tablet is shipping for $299.
Here's a new mechanical keyboard for PC gaming.
This new client has Twitch support and a DVR.
Crytek finally talks about its financial troubles.
The PC is backwards-compatible.
Asus has added a number of new products to its Strix series of peripherals.
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