Monday, September 18th, 2017
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Lattice Semiconductor revealed that Valve chose Lattice’s iCE40 FPGA to improve the SteamVR Tracking platform by combining the tracking data from multiple sensors before sending the signal to the host processor.
Creative director Randy Varnell said that the game's servers will still continue to operate "for the foreseeable future."
The grab bag of new low-profile mechanical switches from Kaihua that we saw at Computex 2017 continue to emerge into the real world. Kaihua released pictures of its intriguing PG1442 switches.
"The Solus Project" made its debut on the PS4 and PSVR, and the description page may reveal a new input configuration for PSVR players.
New content is coming for Black Desert Online players later this month. In addition to more gameplay, the first part of the “Kamasylvia” expansion will also feature a new location, and Kakao Games provided an early look at the area.
EK Water Blocks announced that it’s now accepting pre-orders for two versions of the EK-FB Asus ROG R6E RGB Monoblock for ROG Rampage IV motherboards, including the Rampage VI Extreme and the Rampage VI Apex.
Antivirus maker Avast allowed its recently acquired CCleaner software to distribute malware to users for almost a month.
Over the weekend, Bluehole's incredibly popular "battle royale" title surpassed Dota 2's record number of concurrent players, making it the most-played game in Steam's history. Winner winner, chicken dinner.
We're proud to announce a new Best PC Builds Competition. Winning builders will receive a Newegg gift card worth $100!
We put AMD’s gaming performance to the test, using synthetic benchmarks like VRMark and 3DMark as well as real-world gaming tests.