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The honorable Guy Cocker -- once of this parish, now editor of our sister site GameSpot -- puts a strong case for Microsoft's Xbox 360 to win our Greatest Gadget knockout competition.
The Xbox One will be able to control your TV "in a variety of ways" here in the UK, Microsoft marketing boss Harvey Eagle has promised.
The gaming giant has filed for bankruptcy with a range of anticipated games still in development.
The Nintendo 3DS will hit UK shops on 25 March. At a press event in Amsterdam the big N also announced partnerships with a load of companies to deliver 3D content to the console.
It's our birthday, and we'll cry if we want to. Yes, CNET UK is 5 years old today -- and we're looking back at the best bits of the last five years
This week Nate's joined by Rory and special guest Guy Cocker from GameSpot UK, discussing the week's most interesting tech stories and the future of the iPhone as a gaming platform
In an exciting week for technology, Ian, Nate and GameSpot's Guy Cocker take time out to talk about the Zune HD, Microsoft's new search engine -- now called Bing -- as well as the week's other news
This week, Ian, Nate and Guy discussed a Bill Gates stunt at TED, a new Google app for spying on friends and the real number of Windows 7 versions. We also revealed how to get cheap pizza
More details on the Nintendo DSi.
PC version will feature an exclusive multi-player version when it comes out November 18 in North America and November 21 in Europe.