primesuspect writes: "Is this the dawn of a new era in browser-based gaming? Bastion, the beautiful and well-told game from Supergiant Games, is now available for free on the Chrome web store as an app."
primesuspect writes: "A single slot, low profile discreet GPU that doesn't need external power and can play Skyrim and Battlefield 3 on high settings? We review the SAPPHIRE Radeon HD6670 Low Profile card."
primesuspect writes: "Coming in close to the 10th anniversary of the format and billed as a “motherboard for digital home media DIY enthusiasts”, VIA have paired their Nano X2 1.4ghz dual-core CPU with their VX900 chipset to produce an intriguing addition to their mini-ITX lineup."
UpnAtom writes: "The Chinese Government has been responsible for well-known human rights abuses and growing the economy to match the size of the US one. Anyone feeling insecure now has something else to get freaked out about. Gigantic weird structures have been founf in the desert. Does anyone know what these might be?"
itwbennett writes: "According to a press release issued by Nintendo, the 3DS is on track to sell more units than the original Nintendo DS did in its launch year. (Remember, the DS went on to be the best-selling game console in the history of the hobby.) While this is good spin, it's not cause for celebration, says blogger Peter Smith. Just last week some numbers from Flurry Analytics were adding more credibility to the idea that smartphones are replacing handheld gaming devices. Flurry projects that for 2011 iOS and Android gaming will account for 58% of $3.3 billion spent on mobile gaming. The news gets worse: in Flurry's graphs, Nintendo's share of this revenue dropped from 70% to 36%."
primesuspect writes: "A new app on the Windows Mobile 7 marketplace allows rooting of your Windows Mobile 7 phone, and it has Microsoft's blessing. Are they taking a page from Palm's playbook and allowing homebrewers to help future development of the platform?"