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We go hands on with OnLive's mobile gaming and even hear word that Nintendo's Wii U might have competition.
Exclusive: Unwilling to divulge details on Gigabyte's first multi-touch accessory, we had to jump through a few hoops to get an early look on the company's latest gaming mouse: the Aivia Xenon.
If you've never been to a game-related convention before, you owe it to yourself to go to one like the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX). The show is spin-off of the famed webcomic of the same name. Come check out what's happening on the opening day of the show!
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Hot on the heels of Intel's recall of its series-6 chipset, we spoke to several motherboard and system manufacturers about what's going to happen for them, and their customers.
If we remember it correctly, then it was Intel's Paul Otellini during the company's most recent earnings conference call who downplayed the impact of tablets in the PC market.
Apple is now the third-largest manufacturer of mobile PCs. According to DisplaySearch, the company sold 6.3 million units, which translates into a market share of 12.4 percent in this segment globally.
App-enabled devices will outship the traditional PC within 18 months, according to a report published by IDC.