Tag: Tech Archives | Broken Joysticks

May
25

Surprise! Razer Cortex and Other Software Have Been Spying On You For A Long Time

With the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming into effect today a number of tech companies have been quick to abandon older versions of the software, discontinue services entirely or just simply block EU users from accessing their […]

Oct
25

A Eulogy To The Future That Kinect Promised But Never Delivered

Kinect version 1.0 arrived hot off the heels of the motion control craze sparked by the Nintendo Wii with the marketing tagline “You Are The Controller”. Promising players a mixture of easy to understand motion based controls using their own bodies and a dash of […]

Jan
06

LiquidSky’s New Free Tier Offers Cutting Edge Gaming Performance To All

Playing the latest AAA games like DOOM, Battlefield 1 and Tom Clancy’s The Division at high or ultra setting can be a daunting task even for some top-end rigs. Trying to play the latest games on PC at the best […]

Feb
02

AMD Announces New Processors & Motherboards To Exist Alongside Current Offerings

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) has announced new entries in its existing line of “A Series” APUs and “Athlon” brand processors that will co-exist alongside existing offerings. They have also announced that they will begin producing motherboards for their current AM3+/FMS2+ […]

Nov
25

Does AMD’s Crimson Driver Suite Really Increase Performance By 20%?

As we reported earlier this week AMD has released an elaborate overhaul of both it’s Windows 10 / 8 / 7 drivers for AMD Radeon Cards that support the Graphics Card Next (GCN) architecture. In the interest of performance, I’ve […]

Oct
10

Twitter To Layoff 4000 Staff

Reports have surfaced that Twitter is planning to layoff over 4,000 staff members and cancel a major expansion to their San Fransisco headquarters. The reason behind these cuts – spearheaded by the company’s new CEO – are an effort to […]

Oct
18

Microsoft Details DirectX 11.2

Microsoft released a blog post today urging Developers across the board to make use of their new Direct3D 11.2, which is set to ship with Windows 8.1 as well as have a superset that will feature on the Xbox One.