Entertainment, Software Programs, VR World

Twitch Launches Dedicated Food TV Channel

Twitch Food

Twitch is probably best known for its game streaming service, allowing gamers to broadcast their gameplay on a number of platforms to millions of viewers. Now the company, which is owned by mammoth online retailer Amazon, has launched a streaming service (TV channel) dedicated to serving up… food! To kick things off, Twitch Creative has launched a Julia Child marathon, broadcasting all 201 episodes of The French Chef that were originally aired on PBS. “Since the launch of Twitch Creative just five months ago, we have seen some amazing things created live on streams,” writes Noreen McInnis. “From makeup to music, game development to graphic


Audio/Video, Gaming, Hardware, Reviews, VR World

You Need a USB Sound Card: Creative Sound Blaster Omni Surround 5.1 USB Reviewed

Sound Blaster Omni 5.1 - VRW

The Creative Sound Blaster Omni Surround 5.1 USB soundcard is a shining example of what an external sound card these days should be.


Audio/Video, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Reviews

ASUS Xonar U7: An Audio Upgrade for All

xonar u7

ASUS is on-point with the Xonar U7 USB sound card.


Enterprise, Hardware, Mobile Computing, Software Programs, VR World

The Horror of Pepcom

We take a look at Pepcom’s Halloween themed event aimed to update the press and public on products available this holiday season to consumers.


Business, Hardware, Mobile Computing, VR World

Creative’s Zii MPU has a bright, Android future

Creative demonstrated HD acceleration of its upcoming Zii chip using Google Android OS.


Business, Hardware

ASUS officially launches the best sound card… from them

When ASUS entered the world of sound cards, the company had a plan of execution, but of course, things don’t always go perfect. Xonar AV-1 faced numerous delays as ASUS engineers are learning how to create drivers for the professional segment, and the part still isn’t available on market. But, according to some sources, the card should be ready by CES/NAMM (mid-January ’09), three quarters late. It will be interesting to see will ASUS enter that arena on NAMM show, or the company will leave professional music market to its partners, in the same manner as AMD does. But, experiences learned on development of AV-1