Category:  Tech

NewsPCTechVideo
By , July 29, 2014, @ 8:00 am 6 News, PC, Tech, Video

We at G3AR love giant monsters (who doesn’t) and, equally, we love giant robots, so watching the two facing off each other in last year’s rather excellent Pacific Rim had us giddy with excitement. Despite these two incredibly cool aspects,… Read More »

NewsPCTech
By , July 22, 2014, @ 1:30 pm 2 News, PC, Tech

In spite of having recently acquired Raknet and its networking technology, all eyes are on a rather different Oculus related company acquisition, Facebook’s acquirement of Oculus itself. That’s because the proposed $2 billion purchase of the kings of virtual reality… Read More »

NewsTech
By , July 21, 2014, @ 9:00 am 0 News, Tech

It’s no secret that South Africa is a bit behind most first-world countries when it comes to technology. Whether that be slower internet, increased prices or the limited range of products available (relatively speaking), we have a ways to catch… Read More »

NewsPSTech
By , July 18, 2014, @ 8:00 am 1 News, PS, Tech

First-party PS4 exclusive The Playroom is in a bit of a weird space at the moment. The title started out as a free bundled game with the PS4 so as to display the capabilities of the PS4′s camera accessory. While… Read More »

PCRumoursScreenshotsTech
By , July 15, 2014, @ 11:30 am 10 PC, Rumours, Screenshots, Tech

One thing is probably safe to say; a majority of people dislike Windows 8’s Metro interface for use on desktop PCs. Whether it is acceptable or perhaps even useful on a tablet is a discussion for another day, but if… Read More »

NewsPSTechXbox
By , July 10, 2014, @ 8:00 am 5 News, PS, Tech, Xbox

Like it or not, the “Console war” is a real thing. Fueled by thousands of fanboys across the internet, the level of competition has become so bad that it’s not uncommon for non-gamers to take a firm stance on the… Read More »

NewsPCPSTech
By , July 9, 2014, @ 8:00 am 0 News, PC, PS, Tech

So you know that little VR Kickstarter project that handily made its target goal and subsequently impressed dozens of critics in “behind closed doors” sessions, also known as Oculus Rift. It’s the very same project that gathered so much traction… Read More »

MobileNewsTech
By , July 1, 2014, @ 9:00 am 2 Mobile, News, Tech

Let’s be honest, the Ouya was never going to live up to the insane amount of hype generated prior to its release. With production issues, distribution problems and some bizarre marketing, the console never really left the starting gate, nevermind… Read More »

MobileNewsTech
By , June 30, 2014, @ 4:00 pm 1 Mobile, News, Tech

You will have to forgive us for our association of the Razer brand and PC gaming peripherals. For the longest time, they have always represented high-end, good quality PC tech focused towards a more hardcore gaming audience. That was until… Read More »

MobileNewsTech
By , June 26, 2014, @ 4:30 pm 5 Mobile, News, Tech

Virtual reality is undoubtedly here to stay, at least for the foreseeable future, and Google knows this all too well. The premise behind Google Cardboard, then, is a simple yet effective one, saving money. Virtual reality has made exciting progress… Read More »

NewsPSTech
By , June 26, 2014, @ 8:00 am 4 News, PS, Tech

PlayStation Now, Sony’s game streaming service, will be available to the wider public as of next week. The service, which has been in a closed beta and available to a select number of PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 users over… Read More »

ReviewsTech

Review: Gigabyte Aivia Krypton

Gigabyte Aivia Krypton
By , May 27, 2014 @ 12:30 pm 8 ,

Gigabyte might not be the first brand one thinks about when it comes to high-end gaming peripherals but that does not mean the company doesn’t know how to make a solid mouse; and solid is the best way to describe the Aivia Krypton. Off the bat the packaging and design of the mouse might not be as flashy as a Razer or Steelseries mouse but that does not mean it’s not every bit the contender.