Microsoft refutes Dick Brass's comments; says everything is huge and awesome.
Hold off for a bit before buying Office 2007 -- Microsoft should announce a free upgrade offer starting in March.
Blizzard revealed a new character in a recent episode of Jace Hall.
A previous Microsoft VP blasts Microsoft for its uncreative environment.
Flash won't be replaced by HTML5 anytime soon, according to this CTO.
It's definitely no Konami code.
A recent casting call in Los Angeles reveals that Monolith is currently working on F.E.A.R. 3.
Where were you ten years ago?
Shuttle's upcoming J Series of small form factor PCs will come packed with a free copy of Red Faction: Guerrilla.
New world browser king, new shirt.
After one day, Star Trek Online servers are already overloaded.
The work on Windows is never done.
Microsoft's productivity suite hits Release Candidate, but it's a private party.
Microsoft is investigating the mounting reports that Windows 7 is having a negative effect on laptop batteries.
Today we're learned that Microsoft was investigating an issue concerning the battery life of notebooks running Windows 7.
Creative Labs has developed two Sound Blaster headsets with custom World of Warcraft themes.
Don't like the fact that the iPad can't multitask but have, for some reason, decided you're buying the device anyway? Well, rest easy because soon enough, you can run Windows 7 on your shiny Apple tablet and...
With all the buzz about the iPad, you'd think the world had never seen a tablet before. However, there are plenty of other companies with tablets on the market and even more with tablet devices in the works.
Well, they're not THAT colorful anymore.
The eternal debate in the hands of experts, most of whom share the same opinion.
Are you l33t enough to score the $1337?
The clock is ticking!
The new multiplayer open beta offer four maps, three classes, and the ability to carry gained experience over to the full version next month.
No longer an Xbox 360 exclusive after March. Come and get it, PC gamers!
Microsoft's lifted up thanks to Windows 7 success.
While we're all basking in the warm, sunny glow of Windows 7, it's no secret that Microsoft is already working on Windows 8. However, a recent roadmap shows that the next iteration of Windows could arrive...