On the Bungie website today, it was announced that Destiny Beta would be open to anyone interested in playing, something that officially went into effect a little over two hours ago. A code is no longer needed to download the game -- you'll just need to make sure you meet the requirements.
A new svelte laptop for gamers is available from Maingear, and with it comes Intel and NVIDIA hardware under the hood. This is a smaller, more powerful version of the Maingear Pulse 17 system we saw introduced last November, which featured similar hardware and the same gamer-centric focus.
As tablets and smartphones increase in power and display quality -- not to mention the ever-growing library of games -- mobile gaming has become a staple way to pass the time for many. Still, mobile gaming has its downsides, namely in the form of usability: trying to control two digital joysticks with your thumbs on your phone's display isn't nearly as much fun as physical joysticks, and having your battery run dry mid-game is beyond frustrating. That's where these essential accessories come in.
Ask any parent and they will most likely put "playing games in front of the TV", or even with a tablet, at the bottom of their list. But what if you could get kids learn while they're playing, and keep on moving while they're playing? This is the kind of thinking that led LeapFrog, who specializes in all kinds of electronics for kids, to develop LeapTV, a video game console, you can't really call it a "box", that is designed to get kids' bodies and minds moving.
Bungie's upcoming Destiny will makes its way into your smartphone or tablet, at least as far as data and 3D models go. The Destiny Companion App has made its debut in the App Store and Google Play Store, and with it comes the ability to track your eventual gaming progress and more from a mobile device.
CyberPower has rolled out the red carpet for a new gaming machine: the Zeusbook Edge X6, a laptop boasting long battery life and an Intel Haswell processor under the hood. Brags CyberPower, its new X6 is both the lightest and the thinnest 15.6-inch gaming laptop it has made to date.