David Hollingworth

David Hollingworth is the Digital Editor across Next Media's tech and gaming brands. In the past he's been the Managing Editor of Atomic and PC & Tech Authority, hosted numerous reader events, and has been known to look very fine in a suit.

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The Expanse comes full circle with upcoming tabletop RPG release 

The Expanse comes full circle with upcoming tabletop RPG release

Hit sci-fi book and television series to get roleplaying treatment courtest of Green Ronin Publishing.
Lian Li's new PC-Q39 case is boxy, but good! 

Lian Li's new PC-Q39 case is boxy, but good!

And it packs a tempered glass side panel.
 
Take on a Mayan monster in Smite's new Corrupted Arena

Take on a Mayan monster in Smite's new Corrupted Arena

The bottom is falling out of Smite - but in a good way!
Hands-on Preview: Nokia 8 smartphone 

Hands-on Preview: Nokia 8 smartphone

Zeiss optics are back in Nokia's most powerful phone to date. And Australian pricing revealed.
Plantronics launches new RIG100HS and RIG100HX headphones 

Plantronics launches new RIG100HS and RIG100HX headphones

And they're built for chat.
 
F1 2017 is born to be wild, apparently

F1 2017 is born to be wild, apparently

It may or may not explode into space I'm not sure that's how F1 works but okay.
Garmin reveals Foretrex 601 and 701 wrist-mounted GPS 

Garmin reveals Foretrex 601 and 701 wrist-mounted GPS

Designed for serious outdoor and tactical use.
Cooler Master reveals MasterPulse MH320 gaming headset 

Cooler Master reveals MasterPulse MH320 gaming headset

Cheap, light, and still pretty sturdy.
Interview: Good Shepherd's Mike Wilson on the move from publisher to producer 

Interview: Good Shepherd's Mike Wilson on the move from publisher to producer

Gambitious has rebranded as indie producer Good Shepherd - but what does the switch mean?
 
Interactive novel Pillars of the Earth out now on PC, PS4, and Xbone

Interactive novel Pillars of the Earth out now on PC, PS4, and Xbone

A monk, a lady, and an outcast walk in to a bar. I mean cathedral.
Acer partners with Supercars Championship racing team 

Acer partners with Supercars Championship racing team

Brad Jones Racing is going to get fully kitted out with Predator power.
The tanks of Warhammer 40,000 invade World of Tanks Blitz 

The tanks of Warhammer 40,000 invade World of Tanks Blitz

Because why not landraiders versus Tigers?
Panasonic announces new DMR-UBT1 4K Blu-ray player and recorder 

Panasonic announces new DMR-UBT1 4K Blu-ray player and recorder

Play in 4K UHD, record in full HD.
You can still back the all-in-one Noodle Pi handheld PC 

You can still back the all-in-one Noodle Pi handheld PC

A fully usable Raspberry Pi system you can take with you anywhere.
 
Is Agents of Mayhem's launch trailer just trying too hard?

Is Agents of Mayhem's launch trailer just trying too hard?

Twelve agents. Zero... hecks.
Longterm Review: Venom BlackBook Zero 14 

Longterm Review: Venom BlackBook Zero 14

We've put Venom's ultraportable to the test all over the world. Does it stack up?
The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2017 returns to Sydney! 

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses 2017 returns to Sydney!

And the Opera House is the perfect venue.
Corsair's new Neutron NX500 NVMe PCIe SSD looks good 

Corsair's new Neutron NX500 NVMe PCIe SSD looks good

We're talking, like, seriously attractive - and it's feature-packed, too!
It's Elf versus Elf in new RPG Spire 

It's Elf versus Elf in new RPG Spire

And it's already massively funded on Kickstarter - but you can still get in early!
Threadripper officially launches, complete with Australian pricing 

Threadripper officially launches, complete with Australian pricing

Say hello to three new little friends - the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900, 1920X, and 1950X.

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