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Monitor this... Dell leads Samsung, HP, Lenovo and LG
"Despite the overall decline, there was a strong quarter-over-quarter growth rate of 11% in the United States and a slight increase in PC Monitor shipments in Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan)(APeJ)."
Will Apple's market arrival kickstart a future fuelled by phablets?
"With Apple expected to join the space in the coming weeks, we anticipate even more attention on phablets as larger screen smartphones become the new norm."
The Evil Within drafts Hollywood talent...
It seems that scary games are the fashion of late...
Players return to FFXIV: A Realm Reborn
To celebrate the acclaimed online game’s one year anniversary Square Enix is inviting veteran Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn players back into the game for free until 1st September.
Life is Strange for Square Enix...
Square Enix have announced a new, episodic, digitally delivered, narrative driven adventure game entitled Life is Strange coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows PC.
Going underground with Metro Redux...
Deep Silver have released a video showcasing the enhanced experience players can expect in their upcoming Metro Redux.
Recent volatility gives way to positivity as IT spending rises...
"At the beginning of 2014, we asserted that businesses would choose to fix the roof while the sun was shining."
F1 2014 prepares to qualify...
Codemasters have announced that the next title in their award-winning Formula One racing franchise, F1 2014, will be available in New Zealand on 16th October.
Enemy Front takes us back to WWII...
We return to World War II with City Interactive's stealth action shooter/sniper Enemy Front...
"Pockets of optimism" emerge from ANZ PC market...
"There are pockets of optimism coming from mature markets like ANZ, Singapore, and Hong Kong, where the smartphones and tablets near saturation."
Lenovo leads the way as PC market lives to fight another day
"The better than expected results seem to arise from two places..."
Windows XP business upgrades offers PC market crucial lifeline
"2014 will be marked by a relative revival of the global PC market."
NZ IT spending tops $11 billion… Where’s YOUR money at?
"IT is entering its third phase of development, moving from a focus on technology and processes in the past to a focus in the future on new business models enabled by digitalisation."
GRID Autosport: the spirit of V8 Supercars returns
Codemasters rekindles the spirit of the classic V8 Supercars games with GRID Autosport.
Transistor Is A Unique Experience
Transistor is a RPG from Supergiant Games who first developed the game called Bastion.
Call of Duty: Ghosts Invasion DLC hitting PlayStation and PC soon
Call of Duty: Ghosts' Invasion DLC pack will soon be available for PC, PS4 and PS3 owners of the game.
Dell delivers despite PC monitor market decline
"Despite the overall decline, the shipment totals were stronger than the forecast of 31 million units."
Smartphones set to dominate smart connected device market...
"The PC will be the new accessory to mobile as smartphones become the first and primary computing device for many."
Behind the Scenes look at Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
Activision has now released a short video looking behind the scenes of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Collector's Edition revealed
With the dust still not yet settled after a fantastic E3, CD PROJEKT RED has just announced what we are going to see in the two versions of their E3 Game of the Show contender The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Game Console @E3 - Day Three
Suffering a horrendous jet lag, Game Console’s Darren Price recalls the third and final day of E3 2014.
Forget the wheel, HP’s reinventing the computer
In attempting to transform both hardware and software infrastructure, HP has revealed its plans to completely reinvent the computer.
Game Console @E3 - Day Two
Game Console's Darren Price reports back after day two of the E3 Expo in L.A.
New Wynyard solution to examine digital evidence from seized devices
"We understand that in some large cities there are more than 50,000 devices lawfully seized each year and with the increasing number of smart phone users this number continues to grow."