After a simple and condensed version of the week’s biggest stories? For a break down of the best (and worst) moments of the week in the world of tech, Trusted Reviews’ Winners and Losers has you covered.
In another universe, there’s probably a version of this week’s Winners and Losers that focuses solely on smartphones – it’s been a big few days after all with the Oppo Find X3 Pro and the OnePlus 9 Pro going head to head in a bid for everyone’s attention. In this reality however, we have our sister column Fast Charge to handle everything smartphones, so it’s a different take for Winners and Losers.
Why the great graphics card shortage will need manufacturers and retailers to step up The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti is the Read more
Back 4 Blood, the zombie-blasting co-operative shooter, is getting an open beta testing phase that's just been announced at the Read more
Now that Elden Ring is well and truly within our grasp with its January 21, 2022 release date, the hype Read more
Respawn Entertainment's lightsaber-wielding adventure Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is getting a proper Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and Read more
EA has finally revealed a slew of details on the next installment of the Battlefield series. Battlefield 2042 is a Read more
Microsoft’s cloud gaming system is about to get a lot faster, with Xbox Cloud getting upgraded around the world with Read more
If you’re excited for Forza Motorsport on Xbox Series X, developer Turn 10 Studios has announced that more playtest sessions Read more
Perhaps the best thing about the Turtle Beach Battle Buds is the versatility: you can plug the weird-looking Buds into Read more
Today Crytek announced a remastered launch of its hit shooter series Crysis with the Crysis Remastered Trilogy. While no release Read more
Nintendo Switch Pro could be unveiled June 3 The Nintendo Switch Pro might arrive sooner than we thought. Or be Read more
AMD boss teases PS5 and Xbox Series X chips coming to Samsung smartphones The Samsung Galaxy S22 could get high-end gaming features Read more
Gigabyte and its enthusiast sub-brand Aorus is about to release a 32-inch gaming monitor called the Aorus FI32U with a Read more