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Bionic upgrades seem to be tossed into the mix along with nanomachines for Deus Ex 3.
Microsoft has lost its second appeal against a ruling that called for the software giant to fork out nearly a quarter of a billion in damages for patent infringement.
Crysis 2 just looks awesome.
Nvidia's worldwide director of developer technology fires back at AMD without insulting his rival.
Microsoft is working on documents related to Windows 8.
Prison Break the video game was first announced last October and now Zootfly/SouthPeak Games' take on the popular TV series has a release date: March 30.
It's been more than 10 years since Jagged Alliance 2. Are you ready now for another?
Cylon or human -- which would you pick?
This week at GDC, Microsoft showed off XNA games running on Windows Phone 7 and the screenshots are pretty darn impressive.
I am rubber, you are glue.
A change in hard drive format may force Windows XP users to upgrade to Windows 7.
Would you rather use 7-Zip, FreeArc, WinRAR, or WinZip? We put four of the most popular file archiving tools to the test, analyzing compression ratios and performance. Spoiler alert: WinZip 14, the latest...
Waiting for SP1 before jumping to Windows 7? It could still happen this year.
The DRM servers come back just in time to greet the new North American Assassin's Creed II PC gamers.
If Blizzard is to make an MMO for a console, it won't be World of Warcraft.
The sequel will require less while providing more. Sounds like a good woman.
More drivers have popped up with the mysterious overheating bug, this time affecting Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris systems.
AMD said that a Nvidia marketing scheme pays game developers to implement PhysX whether they want it or not.
Google going after businesses with... netbooks?
Ubisoft's DRM authentication servers for Silent Hunter 5 and Assassin's Creed II are being hit with a DDoS attack, blocking legit gamers from playing.
Valve Software going after the aluminum-clad computer crowd. Officially.
A new keylogger disguised as a World of Warcraft add-on is stealing account info and goods.
Ubisoft's DRM servers unreachable as gamers try to play Assassin's Creed II and Silent Hunter V.
Today we have Keith Curtis returning for a new discussion on Linux. Curtis spent 11 years as a Software Design Engineer at Microsoft before examining Linux and the open source side of things, which resulted in...
Ubisoft currently having the latest laugh in the Assassin's Creed II pirate wars.
Condolences arrive from the IE team at Microsoft.
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