Microsoft turns on the second phase of its cloud gaming experiment, streaming games from your home Xbox to an Android phone.
Driven by its Ryzen and Epyc processors, AMD reported revenues that were the highest since the days of Hector Ruiz. Its fourth-quarter outlook is even stronger.
Both the Samsung Galaxy Book Flex and Galaxy Book Ion will be available in 13-inch and 15-inch options, with Intel's 10th-gen Core chips inside.
The eight-year Origin experiment effectively draws to a close, as Jedi: Fallen Order, Apex Legends, Battlefield V, The Sims 4, and more head back to Valve's storefront.
GTX is getting Super-fied. On Tuesday, Nvidia revealed the GeForce GTX 1660 Super and GTX 1650 Super, each with faster GDDR6 memory, and a slew of new GeForce Experience software features.
Apple have sprung a new set of noise-cancelling AirPods on consumers ahead of the holiday season.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has launched Federal Court proceedings targeting Google and its local subsidiary over the collection and use of location data by the Android mobile platform.
Google may be looking to buy their way back into the wearables space in a big way.
The Galaxy Fold has one small feature that might make it the best phone Samsung have shipped all year
Apart from the obvious difference in form-factor that seperates the Fold from every other =flagship that’s landed on Australian shores this year, Samsung's first foldable features a is that it features a Snapdragon processor.
Intel’s 5GHz Core i9-9900KS Special Edition will set you back a cool $513 when it goes on sale October 30. Although it produces up to 33 percent more heat, every single core will boost up to 5GHz.
Microsoft's Xbox All Access subscription leases you a console, games, and a path to Project Scarlett
Microsoft has launched a monthly Xbox subscription service that allows gamers to lease an Xbox console, controller, game subscription, and trade it in for Project Scarlett next year.
Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile are launching a new RCS-based messaging standard designed to “deliver the next generation of messaging to consumers and businesses.”
Intel confesses it still can't supply enough processors, especially in the low end of the PC market. So it's investing heavily to fix things.
Motorola has launched the Motorola One Macro and the Moto G8 Plus into the Australian market.
Intel is taking the wraps off Tremont, its next-generation Atom processor inside Intel's hybrid Lakefield design and the Microsoft Surface Neo.
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