Stories by Harley Ogier

TomTom Go 950

I’ve checked out plenty of in-car GPS solutions but up until now, I’d never found one enticing enough to want to mount it in my own vehicle. TomTom’s top of the range GO 950 GPS finally broke that pattern, and has been stuck to my ...

Review: Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Mobilized

After a rather disappointing game of SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3, I found myself wishing for a mobile First Person Shooter that’s actually half playable. Being the proud owner of a pink Nintendo DS, Modern Warfare Mobilized was really my only optio...

Review: Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction

I’ve always been a fan of the Splinter Cell series. While it doesn’t offer the best pure-stealth gameplay around, its mix of stealth and action combined with extremely fluid movement make it an all-around winner.

Huntkey X7 900

Along with its shiny new case, Project Beast receives a power supply upgrade this month. As we add and remove hardware for review, the Beast’s power requirements can vary significantly. To make sure we’ll always be able to keep up with t...

Paragon Virtualization Manager 2010 Personal

Virtualisation – the process of converting a physical PC into a virtual machine that runs atop another operating system – has seen massive uptake in recent years as businesses seek to reduce IT infrastructure costs. With the free availab...

Thermaltake DH 102 Digital Home Series

It’s been a while since Project Beast last had an upgrade. Since I filled the post as Reviews Editor, PC World’s high-end gaming PC has been running uncased on the desk – its power switch a pair of leads that must be “hot-wir...

HP ProBook 6540b

Much of my job is typing. My netbook is invaluable, but hardly the most comfortable thing to bang out a few thousand words on. HP’s ProBook 6540b is a full-sized 15.6-inch notebook, with a keyboard far better suited to long hours of office wor...

Review: S.T.A.L.K.E.R: Call of Pripyat

In an age of formulaic shooters and badly-implemented “sandbox” games, the S.T.A.L.K.E.R series has always been something unique. From realistic animal behaviour to dynamic weather and a naturally progressing day-night cycle, developers ...

Review: Mass Effect 2

On the borders of charted space, something is abducting entire human colonies. As Commander Shepard, tracking down the perpetrators and bringing those colonists home falls to you. Without backup from the galactic council, you’re forced to work...

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