Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has resigned after a probe found a consensual relationship with an employee violated company policy.
Nvidia has announced that they'll finally be bringing their Nvidia Shield TV streaming device to the Australian market.
The Intergalactic Steam Sale kicks off with steep deals on PC games, a $2.50 Steam Link, and an alien-blasting side activity
The Steam Summer Sale returns once more, this time with the cheapest price we've ever seen on the standalone Steam Link, plus the most ambitious minigame Valve's made in a while, "Saliens."
The GTX 1080 Mini is available at its $500 MSRP at Amazon right now.
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It sure looks like it’s regretting promising 18 more months of support for Windows 10’s biggest competitor.
TEG and ESL have added the Overwatch Contenders Season 2 Finals to the growing roster of esports events due to take place at the upcoming inaugural Melbourne Esports Open.
Kick the keyboard and mouse that came with your PC to the curb during Amazon's big one-day Logitech sale. Sound systems are going cheap, too.
Humble's PC security software bundle antivirus software, a top-tier password manager, encrypted cloud backup, and more.
Riot Games has inked a multi-year deal for the League of Legends Oceanic Pro League Finals to headline the Melbourne Esports Open until 2022.
Oppo have debuted their first smartphone with almost zero bezels and a pop-up camera.
Only business users or consumers willing to pay for two subscriptions will benefit from this partnership, though. But an upgrade to the free Adobe Scan app is worth your time,
Google has finally released a standalone podcasts app, but don't expect it to blow you away with features.
As part of their larger push towards RCS messaging service Chat, Google have now rolled out a desktop version of their Android Messages app.
The Federal Court has ordered Apple to pay $9 million in penalties for making false or misleading representations to customers with faulty iPhones and iPads about their rights under Australian consumer law.
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