Tagged:  hardware

By Dominic Garcia, October 23, 2012 0 GN

Following last week’s news of an Xbox 360 holiday price drop from retailers, a post on the Official Microsoft Blog by Yusuf Mehdi, CMO for Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Division, has announced a new “Entertainment for All” plan for the console…. Read More »

By Ben Gyurik, October 4, 2012 0 GN

Sony has confirmed the release of a new redesigned PlayStation 3, and the technology site iFixit has uploaded a teardown of the PlayStation 3 Super Slim. The teardown itself gives a great look into the console’s internal hardware, and what… Read More »

By Eddie Inzauto, October 3, 2012 1 Hardware Review

In today’s age of social gaming, do-it-yourself game video production, and the all-important YouTube, enthusiastic gamers are always clamoring for the next great video game capture solution. AVerMedia, a veteran in the business, aims to simplify the process with the… Read More »

By Mike Murphy, September 3, 2012 0 GN

Valve has become chagrined with the “lack of innovation” displayed in the computer hardware realm and is officially throwing its hat into the ring, according to a job listing on the company’s website. The open position is for an industrial… Read More »

By Dominic Garcia, May 8, 2012 4 Features

Microsoft has confirmed the recent rumor that the company will offer a $99 Xbox 360 with a 2-year subscription agreement for Xbox LIVE at $14.99/month. Beyond lowering the barrier to entry for casual gamers, the offer could be a very… Read More »

By Mike Murphy, March 8, 2012 2 GN

Over the last week, rumors have been running rampant that Valve Software is secretly working on and planning to soon announce its first foray into the console game with a platform known as the Steam Box. Unfortunately for any who… Read More »