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First official Crysis 2 screenshots released
So, we know Crysis 2 is in development, and we know it will be set not on a tropical island, but in good, old...
Valve premieres revamped Steam application
After many years of slow, gradual evolution, the Steam user interface has gotten a complete revamp. Valve kicked off a public beta of the...
Metro 2033 to have DirectX 11 eye candy
We've already written a little bit about Metro 2033, a post-apocalyptic shooter from little-known Ukrainian studio 4A Games. As it turns out, the game...
Gearbox teases biggest Borderlands expansion yet
After The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned and Mad Moxxi's Underdome Riot, Gearbox Software is now putting the finishing touches on its third...
S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat benchmark appears
Finally, a DirectX 11 benchmark based on an actual game. Shacknews writes that GSC Game World has released a freely downloadable benchmarking tool based...
AMD launches tuning tool for hardcore gamers
If you call yourself a hardcore gamer or enthusiast, chances are you've encountered one...
Duke Nukem Forever gameplay demoed. No, really.
Since showing the first Duke Nukem Forever teaser trailer in December last year, 3D Realms has been eager to show off the latest iteration...
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|Android Wear gets always-on apps, Wi-Fi support||4|
|Tiny MIT touchpad fits on your fingernail||17|
|OnePlus One sales now open to everyone||22|
|AMD says Windows 10 will be released in late July||32|
|Happy 50th birthday, Moore's Law||47|
|This week produced a bumper crop of security holes, patches||17|
|Digital Trends: Has clock speed outlived its usefulness as a processor specification? Is that article from 2004?||+37|