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Here's a way to get into the current StarCraft II beta, thanks to GameStop.
There's was trouble packed in with recent McAfee update for Windows XP.
Deus Ex is one of the very best genre-blending games of all time, which combined the immersion of a first-person shooter with the depth of a role-playing game.The sequel, while not as hardcore as the original,...
Makers of Chrome OS netbooks won't have to pay for the OS, but the hardware still costs money.
Developers slash the h-t-t-p-colon-slash-slash.
Office 2010 is DONE. Will you be upgrading your copies of 2003 or 2007?
Apple proclaims that the iPad is magical. Steve Jobs himself said that it would be one of the most important works of his life. But is there a story to the iPad that the public doesn't know? We take you 38...
Microsoft is doing things better than Apple and Adobe, according to a career hacker.
Two PhD students are working on an AI that will kick your butt in StarCraft.
Ready to research some aliens?
Adobe is said to be preparing to launch a lawsuit against Apple.
Looking for a quad-core laptop or a new Xbox 360 with a 250GB HDD and Splinter Cell: Conviction? Look here.
Well, this is a nice surprise.
Epic and People Can Fly's next FPS sounds tasty.
One EVE Online subscriber combined six PCs to control multiple characters.
How about we just build you a core for every program that you wish to run?
Windows 7 faring far better than Windows Vista in early adoption.
You might remember our writing about Windows 95 running on the iPhone in July of last year. The iSoft team achieved this using the Bochs emulator and an original Windows 95 image.
A European PS3 owner has claimed a partial refund because of Sony's decision to axe Linux support.
Solaris and other Sun-based products are now on Oracle's quarterly security update schedule.
EA's billing department for WHO is hitting credit cards and banks with multiple charges.
Ubuntu Linux may grab more users once Lucid Lynx enters the scene.
The battle of the browsers reaches critical mass.
Microsoft this week posted a little sneak peek of what we can expect from Exchange SP1.
Get ready for Patch Tuesday!
Ford going green to save some green.