Corsair targets Australia for high-end PC peripherals 
Telstra fears NBN SAU gaming 
Wants 'walkway' to negotiation, not regulatory wisdom.
Your next head of IT will be a video game clan leader 
Do current IT cultures suppress gamers' soft skills?
Hacks come in threes for game publishers 
Usernames and passwords stolen from big name video game houses.
Photo Gallery: 10 greatest tech flops  
From the Apple Newton to the Nokia N-Gage - these are the products that failed to catch on. (Words: Chris Jager)
Aerocool PGS B Bx-500 PC Case 
We look at the Aerocool PGS B Bx-500 case.
3D PCs are the next big thing  
Gamers drive uptake of next gen 3D systems.
NVIDIA's Fermi: read our full review of the GeForce GTX 480 
Fermi is here at last, but can Nvidia’s newest (and long-delayed) graphics creation trump ATI’s take-all-before-it 5800 series? We put two cards to the test to find out
Tatts Groups bets on open source servers 
Some 12,000 devices to be rolled out by gaming company.
Digital World Warehouse signs Visenta 
Digital World Warehouse broadens portfolio
The world's most toxic video game consoles 
Greenpeace have cited Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo as among the worst environmental offenders, when it comes to using toxic materials in their manufacturing.
Security firms warn of malware avalanche 
Security firm Fortinet has warned in its latest threat report of an ever-growing tide of malware.
Logitech G-Series unleashes four kinds of awesomeness 
Logitech have released four new gaming products from their new G-range in Australia for the first time, including some of the most science-fiction inspired gaming products ...
Virtual servers to roam across networks 
A consortium of University researchers has developed a way to make Internet switches and routers both open and programmable, a move that will allow virtual servers to roam ...
Acer's Predator Gaming PC takes aim at the competition 
A hybrid spawn of Alien and Michael Bay’s Transformers – this 4TB, Quad Core predator from Acer shows no gaming fear.
Nokia dials into mobile gaming vision 
Nokia has showcased its new Snap Mobile games platform at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, along with live demos of N-Gage First Access.
PluggedIn: Brain games, fortunes, pets entice Japan players 
Respect for the Aged Day in Japan is not typically a cash cow for gamemaker Nintendo, but this year a bump in sales of its DS portable game machines was proof enough that ...
Long lines greet Xbox 360 in rainy New York debut 
More than 200 hard-core video game fans braved rain and chilly temperatures in Manhattan to be among the first to get their hands on Microsoft's new Xbox 360 video game ...
Analysis: Sony may lose grip in next game consoles war 
Sony, the maker of Playstation game consoles, may lose its iron grip on the market for game machines as rival Microsoft launches a new model just in time for the holiday season.
Microsoft to benefit from steady Xbox production: analysts 
Microsoft's new Xbox 360 video game console may get off to a slower start than initially expected, but the software giant's plan to keep production steady and expectations low ...
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Issue: 342 | September 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.