Steam surpasses 90 million users, 30,000 listed games
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NOT JUST PCS
Analysts: smartphone production will hit lowest level in six years
What a difference a year makes. It was about this time last year that we discussed why building a gaming PC was a bad idea, but thankfully a lot has changed since. You may recall, DDR4 memory and graphics card prices were through the roof a year ago. GPU availability was quite poor and on top of all that, we were at the end of a few product cycles. Fast forward a year, what's changed?