CS Source had its issues, but Valve have learnt their lesson to create an inexpensive and enjoyable sequel, writes Andrew Passarello.
The world’s biggest maker of telecommunications equipment is now a privately-owned Chinese company, Huawei (pronounced hwah-way), which reportedly surpassed the earnings of Ericsson and Cisco in the first half of 2012. The innovation and tenacity of China’s first global tech giant has seen it become a market leader over the past decade and bring a communications revolution to Africa. However, over the past year Western countries such as Australia and the US have called into question the company’s true motives, citing security concerns.
Rob North reports on innovative uses of social media at Sydney University and conducts an interview, over Twitter, with Dr Richard Stanton.
As the popularity of eSports grows, Australia will play host to the world’s leading professional gaming tournament, reports Andrew Passarello.
Sydney University’s new mobile application has important features but fails in one key area, Honi Soit reports.
Rob North, reports on how a forgotten game became a top hit three years after its inital release and why game mods should be encouraged
Anyone can help make creative projects a reality, reports Joseph Wang.
Instagram is an enlightening and humanising way to share the lives of others,
writes Raihana Haidary.
Rob North discovers why Minecraft, even on the 360, is more than just a lego simulation.
Jeff Wong investigates the Steam behind Valve, one of the must successful video game studios in history.