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With more quad-core smartphones and tablets coming right up in 2012, NVIDIA just made an announcement on the gaming front. Expect more games such as Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II and many more optimized for the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor under Tegra Zone.
Gigabyte launches the Luxo X10, Sumo Alpha and adds four chassis - GZ-G1, G1 Plus, G2, G2 Plus - to its existing GZ series.
ASRock partners with Creative to introduce the Game Blaster that supports the Scout Mode technology, which enables gamers to hear their enemies from a further distance, giving them the edge over their opponents.
Adopting the same new GCN architecture as well as their 28nm fabrication process of the Tahiti GPU, the Radeon HD 7770 is the highlight of the Cape Verde GPU series as the first GPU clocked at 1000MHz. Also joining it is the Radeon HD 7750 GPU. We highlight a list of graphics cards ready to roll in the stores sporting these new mainstream chips.
HTC has been alleged to be one of the first companies outside Sony to get PlayStation certification for its mobile devices, Pocket-lint reports.
Roccat will showcase its Savu Hybrid Gaming Mouse at the CeBit 2012, along with its newest top secret gaming tech project which will only be revealed to certain visitors.
Gaming equipment including (but not limited to) the pro-gaming laser-engine mouse Theron and the Level 10 GT COD gaming chassis will be displayed from Feb 2-6 at the TGS 2012.
Adopting the AMD Tahiti 28nm GPU, the ASUS HD 7970 DirectCU II TOP is one of the earlier cards to incorporate a custom cooler with their DirectCU II technology and features an overclocked engine clock speed of 1000MHz with 3GB GDDR5 video memory, which is also slightly faster than reference speeds.
Following AMD's Radeon HD 7970 launch just weeks ago, it was only inevitable that the Radeon HD 7950 counterpart would follow suit. To mark today's official launch, a slew of Radeon HD 7950 graphics cards have been released by add-in card partners ASUS, Club 3D, HIS, MSI, and Sapphire. Check them all here!
According to Rovio executives, Angry Birds will be made available for Facebook users on the 14th of February in order to capitalize further of their own and the social network's fan base.