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After it’s most successful London event yet earlier this year, PCR Boot Camp is expanding with an event in Leeds on November 12th – to secure your place you ...
Sony has made a number of announcements at Gamescom 2014, including the launch date for PlayStation TV in the US, UK and Europe.
A petition on Change.org has resulted in the late Robin Williams becoming a non-player character (NPC), within World of Warcraft.
Samsung has unveiled its latest smartphone, the Galaxy Alpha, which features an iPhone-esque metal body.
New Tomb Raider game Rise of the Tomb Raider will only be available on Xbox One, Microsoft has announced at its Gamescom 2014 press conference.
The end of support for Windows 7 isn’t until 2020, however, Gartner believes resellers should start preparing for the cross over to the new operating system, ‘Windows Threshold’.
Gaming accessories vendor Razer is updating its range of 2015/2016 peripherals so they change colour depending on which game the user plays.
Lenovo has announced three new ThinkStation desktop workstations, marking the first time a major PC manufacturer has detailed a product based on Intel’s next-gen processor.
Toshiba has unveiled its first ever fitness tracker, the WERAM1100.
It’s not only kids who can benefit from teachers – retailers and resellers could stand to learn a lot by listening to their educational customers.
Microsoft has launched three new adverts, mocking Apple’s MacBook Air, comparing the laptop with the company’s new Surface Pro 3.