Last week it was just a rumor. This week it's real: Valve's added a games-centric compatibility wrapper into Steam for Linux.
Developed by CreativeForge (Hard West) and published by Good Shepherd (Where The Water Tastes Like Wine, MachiaVillain), Phantom Doctrine is a tactical strategy game that tasks you with running your own spy agency.
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HyperX have announced the HyperX Cloud gaming headset for PlayStation 4 and the Pulsefire FPS Pro RGB Gaming Mouse.
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Dorna Sports has announced a multi-year global partnership with Lenovo as the exclusive technology sponsor of the MotoGP eSport Championship.
Google has announced a redesign of their Google Fit app.
While it’s not without its limitations (and expensive to boot), the final results here tally up to a product that’s often deceptively compelling but falls short of a must-have. At least, for the time being.
LifeProof introduces NËXT, its first case for a Note device.
OtterBox has announced a full lineup of protective cases for the Galaxy Note9, available in Australia and New Zealand.
TimeRide VR's tour of prewar Cologne drives home how effective the medium can be in educational circumstances.
Google has updated its Fit app for the first time in many months, bringing yet another clue that it is working on its own Pixel smartwatch.
Panelists at the Hot Chips conference debate short- and long-term solutions to Spectre and Meltdown, the two side-channel attacks that leveraged the speculative execution techniques of many modern microprocessors.
These PC games put Nvidia's radical new GeForce RTX graphics cards to work, tapping into newfound real-time ray tracing and Deep Learning Super-Sampling technologies.
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