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Your Personal Desktop TARDIS!

Struggling for a Christmas gift for a tech-minded Doctor Who fan? Well, how about this creation by Scan Computers? The TARDIS PC was made in conjunction with the BBC and is a fully-working PC built into a 45 piece aluminium TARDIS casing. Spec-wise, the TARDIS comes with an Intel Pentium G2120 Dual Core, 3.1GHz processor,…

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The TARDIS PC!

We’ve had webcams and USB hubs – and now, the ultimate Doctor Who technological merchandise: a TARDIS PC! A prototype was first seen last year, but it’s only recently obtained a licence from the BBC to sell across the UK and US. It’s probably the coolest thing you’ve seen this year, and is available for…

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The Eternity Clock Preview Video!

We’ve already heard about Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock being built on the awesome Unreal Engine 3 – but how does it look? Let’s take a look, thanks to this excellent demo! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcZvnQPvZIk Set to be available to buy in March, the release date for Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock is expected to be confirmed…

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
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The Eternity Clock is Unreal!

Supermassive Games has confirmed that they are bringing Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock to life with the Unreal Engine 3. The time-traveling adventure game will be the first game for the new PlayStation Vita handheld console to use the industry leading technology from Epic Games who have licensed the award-winning Unreal Engine 3 technology to…

Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock
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Tick, Tock, The Eternity Clock

Information hasn’t exactly been free-flowing when it comes to Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock – the Doctor’s first foray on the PS3 and PS Vita. For instance, what is The Eternity Clock? How is it related to the Doctor? What’s River’s involvement? Well Simon Harris, Executive for BBC Worldwide, has bucked the trend and exclusively…

The Doctor Who Game Conundrum

What is happening with Doctor Who games on the PC and Mac? While the iPhone has been receiving update for the Mazes in Time game, 2010’s Doctor Who: The Adventure Games has been conspicuous by its absence since the release of the last installment at Christmas. We’ve already heard that an MMO is in development…

Relative Dimension in Cyberspace

Just when you thought they’d run out of household objects to turn into TARDISes, someone came up with the best idea yet – the police box as personal computer. It makes the cookie jar look like a shoe box.  It makes the door frame look one-dimensional.  It makes the levitating desktop gizmo look like… actually,…

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