The Razer Atlas is a tempered glass mouse pad with a smooth matte smudge-resistant surface that’s micro-etched to work seamlessly with optical sensors. And for some reason it feels incredible.
Microsoft has announced a new DirectX12 feature that allows the CPU to directly access video memory. Potentially reducing CPU utilization and system memory consumption in games.
A preview of YouTube's new AV1 live stream support was tested by EposVox, showing amazing video quality results with the new codec.
Nvidia has announced new game and application support for DLSS 3, ahead of GDC 2023, including easier integration for game developers.
Valve's Steam Deck was tested in several highly demanding 2022 games, to see if it could hit a playable 30 fps.
The Nintendo Switch runs on Nvidia's Tegra X1 GPU, but the system has seen great sales, so Nintendo will keep making more.
Prototypes of the Lenovo Legion Play went on sale in China, revealing the hardware and a cloud-gaming focus.
Dell's Concept Nyx Controller is designed to let people play PC games from a controller in the best way possible, by jamming it full of tech to make it more capable and immersive.
A group of 10 gamers from three states are suing to block Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard.
Atari has ended its manufacturing contracts for the VCS console as its shifts its hardware strategy.
If your child has a gaming PC, you can help them take their play to the next level with an inexpensive holiday gift.
BenQ expands its Mobiuz gaming monitor family with two competitive 27-inch entries. The EX270M is FHD, while the EX270QM bumps the resolution to QHD.
Sony has announced the price and launch date for its new VR headset, which must be used with a PlayStation 5 console.
The peak at 14:00 UTC was 30,032,005 users. PC gaming's inexorable rise confounds those who don't see the platform as the strongest and most vibrant.
Microsoft expects console and PC gamers to keep downloading games but does not expect them to switch to cloud gaming.
Basemark's Sacred Path cross-platform GPU benchmark attempts to show how completely different platforms stack up against each other in the graphics department.
Heralded as “the first-ever ultra-customizable controller developed by PlayStation,” the premium $199 DualSense Edge builds on the formidable appeal of the existing PS5 controllers.