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NVIDIA announces GeForce GTX 770 for under $400, says it's faster than last year's GTX 680

www.engadget.com
It probably won't come as a huge surprise, given the GTX 780's appearance last week, but today's launch of the GTX 770 nevertheless brings us a very interesting product. The card is claimed to be about five percent faster than last year's much more expensive flagship, the GTX 680,...
NVIDIA announces GeForce GTX 770 for under $400, says it's faster than last year's GTX 680

NVIDIA: there's nothing 'Ultra' about Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks unless you add Kepler

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This is a vaguely awkward message for NVIDIA to be putting out. On one hand, the company is best buddies with Intel and is hoping to see its next-gen GPUs bundled with a large portion of the Ivy Bridge notebooks that will ship this year. But to reach that...
NVIDIA: there's nothing 'Ultra' about Ivy Bridge Ultrabooks unless you add Kepler

AMD Trinity laptop review roundup: beats Ivy Bridge on gaming, but CPU lets the herd down

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If you've been following AMD's game plan over the last couple of years, then you probably won't be totally shocked by what follows. That said, reviewers' verdicts of the new high-end Trinity laptop APU, the 2.3GHz quad-core A10-4600M, do include some dizzying highs and despairing lows, which are still...
AMD Trinity laptop review roundup: beats Ivy Bridge on gaming, but CPU lets the herd down

GDC attendee survey chronicles the explosion of indie gaming and fall of Nintendo

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Just about every new developer these days is an indie. And his interest is in making mobile games, not console games. Those trends are underscored in the first annual survey of 2,500 North American attendees of the Game Developers Conference (GDC), which takes place in San Francisco from March...
GDC attendee survey chronicles the explosion of indie gaming and fall of Nintendo

Video games, sex and death: comedy writer Rab Florence on a new kind of gaming show

www.guardian.co.uk
The co-creator of Burnistoun, ConsoleVania and VideoGaiden discusses his latest project, a short-form online sitcom about a life lived through gamesOur parents grew up in the television age; their lives were inarguably shaped by that flickering box in the corner of the living room spewing out increasing amounts of content,...
Video games, sex and death: comedy writer Rab Florence on a new kind of gaming show
Sony Likely To Unveil PlayStation 4 On Feb. 20, But We'll Need To See More Than A Spec Show

Danny Bilson on THQ: his last interview as the company's boss

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On Tuesday, Danny Bilson dramatically stepped down as executive vice president of games at troubled publisher THQ – but not before giving the Guardian his final interview in the roleLast week, Danny Bilson, executive vice president of THQ, flew over to London to present a showcase of the company's current...
Danny Bilson on THQ: his last interview as the company's boss

Sports Counter: This iOS app helps you track scores in sports and games you play with friends

thenextweb.com
Sports Counter is a neat new app courtesy of AppStudio [Russian], selling itself as “the universal counter app for sport and table games”. Available for iOS, the app lets you track scores for seventeen sports and table games you play with friends and colleagues, including: Football (American), soccer, baseball, ice...
Sports Counter: This iOS app helps you track scores in sports and games you play with friends

Pro Baseball Clips Walk, But Don't Run, to YouTube

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Up until now, if you’ve found a highlight clip from a pro baseball game on YouTube, it probably wasn’t supposed to be there: Major League Baseball has been diligent about keeping its stuff off of the world’s biggest video site. Now that is changing, with a pact to bring highlights...
Pro Baseball Clips Walk, But Don't Run, to YouTube
The DeanBeat: The Nintendo Wii U's troubles start with a dearth of developers
EA says goodbye to the Online Pass, we say good riddance

Microsoft Introduces Second-Screen Feature, Xbox SmartGlass

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Microsoft just announced a new feature called Xbox SmartGlass, a “second screen” feature that allows you to view information about media on the screen of a mobile device or PC. SmartGlass allows you to view movies on multiple devices – viewing a movie on a tablet and then transferring the...
Microsoft Introduces Second-Screen Feature, Xbox SmartGlass

GDC survey of developers finds interest in mobile greater than consoles

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The Game Developers Conference polled more than 2,500 people who attended last year’s conference, finding that more of the respondents are developing for smartphones and tablets than for any other platform. 38 percent of developers surveyed released their last game on smartphones and tablets, and 55 percent are developing...
GDC survey of developers finds interest in mobile greater than consoles

Update Your Draw Something App To Chat, Save Drawings, Share ‘Em To Facebook and Twitter

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Tell your friends to hit the App Store or Android market, there’s a new update for Draw Something out today with some cool new features. Now you can chat with friends while you play, save your drawings to your phone or tablet, and share those drawings straight to Facebook or...
Update Your Draw Something App To Chat, Save Drawings, Share ‘Em To Facebook and Twitter
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