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We take a look at this week's most talked about stories, including YoYoTech’s new gaming PC and Apple’s 12 days of gifts.
The release dates for the Elder Scrolls Online have been revealed, with PC gamers set to get their hands on the title months before it hits next-gen consoles.
Intel will be placing its Intel Inside logo literally on the inside of FC Barcelona football shirts as part of a new sponsorship deal.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation, the charity behind the £20 Raspberry Pi computer, hopes to give everyone its mini PC this Christmas – from budding child programmers to mature enthusiasts.
Entatech, Meroncourt and Spire Technology present their best deals to UK retailers.
Due to “regulatory hurdles”, the Steam Machine beta testing is limited to US residents only.
HP has added a number of new business-orientated devices to its Elite range.
Google, HP and Microsoft are among the big brand tech firms beginning to use temporary stores as a way to boost their retail presence before Christmas.
Forget tech at your fingertips – the creators of a ‘smart ring’ plan to go one better and put the future on your finger itself.
Corsair is teaming up with Cherry to bring gamers the world’s first Cherry MX RGB-based mechanical gaming keyboard.
A 24-carat gold camera previously only available in Japan has been posted for sale on eBay.
Vendor PNY Technologies has announced its GeForce GTX 780 Ti OC and GTX 780 Ti Custom graphics cards will hit retail in January 2014.