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Fraps 3.4.0

Fraps is a universal Windows application that can be used with all games using DirectX or OpenGL technology. In its current form Fraps performs many tasks including: Benchmarking Software - See how many Frames Per Second... More...

Battling Swine Flu in cyberspace

Slightly bizarre news has been reported on the BBC Technology website today. Swine flu is hitting the world pretty hard at the moment, but we seem to be doing well. Millions of doses of anti-viral... More...

Next Doom Game Announced

Kicking off the festivities at QuakeCon, id CEO Todd Hollenshead took the stage during the keynote presentation and promised he would be showing off either Rage or the previously unannounced Doom 4. So which did... More...

New computer game deal for F1

Formula One is to have its first official computer game in more than two years next season following the capture of a new official licencing deal with British gaming company Codemasters, autosport.com can reveal. With... More...

Source SDK beta with Ep2 game code released

The Source engine is a 3D game engine developed by Valve Corporation. Its unique features include a large degree of modularity and flexibility, an artist-driven, shader-based renderer, accurate lip sync and facial expression technology, and... More...

Video Game Sales Break Records

NPD Group reports a record-breaking year in video game sales. Video game sales topped $17 billion last year, according to the NPD Group, making 2007 by far the biggest year in gaming history. These numbers... More...

Nasa investigates MMO Game Possibility

The US space agency is exploring the possibility of developing a massively multiplayer online (MMO) game. The virtual world would be aimed at students and would "simulate real Nasa engineering and science missions". The agency... More...

U.S. game sales rise 28% in Deccember

U.S. sales of video game hardware and software rose 28 percent in December from a year earlier as holiday shoppers snapped up new consoles like Nintendo Co Ltd's top-selling Wii, market research firm NPD said... More...

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