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Belkin's new wireless routers enlists the help of various apps focused on torrents, network printing, and more.
Windows 7 is hard to hack if the user account doesn't have administrator rights.
Isohunt could be getting close to shuttering its doors after an order from the court.
Nvidia has released the following demo of Internet Explorer 9 running on both the Ion 2-based Eee PC 1201PN and a regular Atom netbook with Intel graphics.
Microsoft has hit out at Google's Chrome browser, claiming that it doesn't respect users' privacy.
The PlayStation 3 has a lot to offer. For the longest time, it was considered the best in hardware spec, the best in Blu-ray playback, the best in design. But gradually, Sony eroded its dream console. Now, it's...
The Quake collection is selling for $15 over on Steam.
Even though Battlefield 1943 hit consoles in summer of last year, EA says it's still coming for PC faithful.
iPhone hacker George Hotz promises PS3 users a work-around for Sony's decision to nix OtherOS support.
Those headcrabs used to be pretty scary, but they probably wouldn't cut it any longer.
PC RPG fans, a sequel to the mature PC game is underway. Watch the trailer and developer diary here!
Microsoft compared Windows 7's security measures to a fire-proof safe.
So long Linux.
Mark your calendars, it's BlizzCon!
DRM is holding back the legit gamer. That's not supposed to happen.
Have you been having problems with the Ubisoft DRM? You could get free stuff!
Anti-piracy advocates say the word piracy needs to be changed because as it stands, it makes the act of pirating seem too cool.
Firefox, IE8 and Safari have all been successfully hacked at CanSecWest's Pwn2Own event.
Adobe this week released a sneak peek of one of the tools that will be available in Photoshop CS5.
Gamer takes on an SAS sniper in a race in Modern Warfare 2's The Pit.
Google was today rushing to fix a rather strange 'bug': The company's corporate site was redirecting to the Chinese-language version of the same page.
WARNING: Graphic images contained in this article. This is not for the faint of heart!
Opera and Firefox gain at the expense of Microsoft Internet Explorer.
BitDefender stumbles on protecting 64-bit Windows... in a pretty bad way.
Is gaming entering a new era on the PC, or is it changing on a whole no matter the platform?