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.
Could Windows do battle with Linux in the high performance category, and win?
Will you pay the extra $40 for the extras?
I'm crushed. Are you crushed?
A new survey shows that businesses are finally starting to let go of Windows XP and turn towards Windows 7.
Software management company CA will lay off 1,000 employees before the fall.
Early builds of Windows 7 SP1 bump version numbers to 7601.
The eventual release of Steam for Mac has apparently stirred up a little controversy.
$1,499? Not bad for a workstation-level GPU solution.
Despite all the focus on multimedia and entertainment, Windows Phone 7 and Silverlight have a huge potential for business applications.
There's a fix for that!
NC State researchers figured out a way to separate memory management from common software processing, finally enabling multi-core support.
Though we talked about the iPad being a great device for consumption in our live Q&A yesterday, we also talked about how it could be great for presentations.
Come get some... screenshots.
New Portal 2 screens via GameInformer.
A free, ad-based version of Windows may already be in the making., if not completed.
Valve has no plans to update Gordon Freeman.
More Duke Nukem Forever footage has appeared, shaping in the form of an actual promotional video.
Picking up that netbook but not wanting to deal with that Starter Edition of Windows 7? Read this.