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Acer works to maintain lead in competitive PC market
"Differentiation in a competitive, shrinking global PC market requires more precise execution across all price bands and form factors."
Aussie PC users patching software vulnerabilities, but big challenges still remain
A recent study by Flexera Software had mixed results for Australia’s PC users - is the software on your PC safe?
Dell and EMC join forces with new business venture
"Our vision is a strategically aligned family of businesses that brings together customers’ entire infrastructure, from the edge to the cloud."
Intel kicks restructure into hyper-drive
“These actions drive long-term change to further establish Intel as a leader. I am confident that we’ll emerge as a more productive company."
Interview: Speaking Quantum Break with Thomas Puha
Netguide had a chance to speak with Remedy Games' PR Thomas Puha about the studio's upcoming new game Quantum Break.
Many Xbox One games now coming to Windows 10 PC
Many former Xbox One exclusive games are now being released for Windows 10 PC. Microsoft wants both console and PC owners to feel happy.
Deloitte's biggest business and consumer technology predictions
Cognitive technologies, virtual reality, pro-PC millennials and the proliferation of smartphones will have a significant impact in 2016.
Oculus Rift VR headset will be very expensive
For those interested in buying the Oculus Rift headset, you are in for a shock. The launch price is much higher than most people anticipated it to be.
Hands-on review: Intel Compute Stick
Intel have ambitiously created the next generation of portable computing by creating the Compute Stick, which is a complete PC operating system.
Intel revenues down in lead up to Windows 10 launch
Intel’s 2015 second quarter profit fell 3.2% as a result of the slump in PC sales that is impacting the majority of the chip sector.
Apple leads the way in declining PC market
The global PC market, including tablets, experienced an annual decline of 7% in the first quarter of 2015, reaching 115.7 million units worldwide.
Devices market grows, driven by mobile phones sales
Devices shipments are set to grow in the Asia Pacific region, driven by sales of mobile phones and ultramobiles, according to Gartner.
HP NZ reports $16 million loss, despite improving sales
Improved sales couldn’t save HP from another big loss last year as the company clocks up a $16 million loss.
Gartner: Device spending on the up, despite dropping PC sales
PCs down, mobile phones, ultramobiles and tablets up – and the news is good for Apple.
The Battle of the Bulge in CoH2: Ardennes Assault
PlayOn's Darren Price takes a look at Ardennes Assault, the standalone expansion for Company of Heroes 2
Why Hardline will revive the Battlefield franchise
In only a few short hours gamers will get to play the Battlefield Hardline beta for the last time before its release on March 20th.
Alone in the Dark gets illuminated for the weekend
Fans that have pre-ordered Atari's survival-horror game Alone in the Dark: Illumination have been rewarded with access to a special private beta session over the weekend.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt- does it live up to the hype?
It’s been a long time coming, but PlayOn’s Darren Price has finally got some hands-on with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Life is Strange this week
This week sees the release of episode one of Square Enix's digitally delivered, narrative driven adventure game entitled Life is Strange.
Over the weekend, during PAX South in San Antonio, Gearbox Software announced the 25th February release date for their Homeworld Remastered Collection for Windows PC.
Big changes for The Elder Scrolls Online
Bethesda have finally ended weeks of speculation on the future of their fantasy massively multiplayer online game, The Elder Scrolls Online.
Riot reveals "Ocean Week" challenge for local League of Legends players
League of Legends players from Australia and New Zealand are invited to participate in "Ocean Week" happening later this month.
Strength in APAC positive signs for PC market
PC leaders continue growth and share gains as market remains slow, according to IDC.
HP ventures into the world of gaming
HP has officially entered into the world of gaming with the Omen 15 high performance notebook.