Following their formal debut ahead of this year’s PAX Australia, Summerfall Studios have announced their first title: a musical adventure game called Chorus.
Ahead of an October 16th launch, we got the chance to go hands-on with the Switch version of Overwatch at this year’s PAX Australia.
Set up next to the ESL stage at this year’s PAX Australia, Samsung are showing off two new gaming monitors ahead of their official launch into the Australian market.
Intel said translation errors may have lead some to believe its upcoming graphics card will have ray tracing support.
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Microsoft has named its next feature update the Windows 10 November 2019 Update, which is a month or two later than anticipated.
The PC market grew in the third quarter of 2019 year over year, largely due to looming tariffs and the end of the road for Windows 7.
Oppo has introduced the new Reno2 Z to the Australian market.
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Intel finally killed its odd-duck, against-all-odds CPU based on AMD's Vega graphics.
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Microsoft is making its Calls feature for Your Phone live to its Windows 10 Insider program, with a far, far larger number of supported phones than previous iterations. You can now leave your phone in your pocket.
Microsoft has made its Windows and Xbox family settings more granular, allowing parents to place more defined limits on their kids' online activity and screen time.
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