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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.
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.
It's an early look at Unreal Tournament 2014.
Sources claim Google is offering $1 billion in cold hard cash. Ka-ching!
The company reveals why it's so fascinated with Android.
The Steam controller now has an analog thumbstick.
Two upcoming games from Electronic Arts are delayed.
The Shield Tablet advances both mobile media consumption and gaming by combining the best features of the Tegra Note 7 and Shield handheld gaming device into a compelling mini tablet and wireless controller.
Cooler Master updates its Devastator and QuickFire Rapid-i products.
This miniPC should be great for PC gaming.
SteelSeries has given its Rival mouse a Dota 2 theme.
AMD's Mantle is available to users of certain Radeon cards, as are the first few titles with corresponding API support. We gathered up a number of CPUs and graphics boards, fired up Battlefield 4 and Thief, and...
Something is in the works, and Nvidia refuses to spill the beans...for now.
MSI's second-ever gaming mouse has arrived.
Blizzard explains the banhammer.
Roccat's Kone XTD Optical gaming mouse is coming to shelves soon.
A list published by VideoCardz.com lists GTA V with unconfirmed AMD Mantle support.
The original cast returns to provide voices in two downloadable missions.
The game hits retail shelves in October.
Rob Pardo is saying goodbye to Blizzard.
Why should Nintendo's 3DS XL, Sony's PlayStation Vita, and Nvidia's Shield have all the fun? We take Dell's Windows 8.1-based Venue 8 Pro, powered by an Atom processor, and try turning it into a portable PC...
3D experiences should be abundant once the Oculus Rift goes commercial.
You can now configure small form factor systems at CyberPowerPC.
Nvidia's tablet may have 3G and 4G LTE connectivity.
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