Microsoft up to its tricks.
ZeniMax Media recently purchased the rights to the Prey franchise, however there are hints that id Software may get involved.
An exploit in the SRV2.SYS driver can allow an attacker to remotely crash a PC with Windows 7 or Windows Vista.
It's $14,000, but you get your life back.
BioShock 2: Shock Harder
Harmony Gold is causing a fuss over the upcoming MechWarrior game.
President of Google China, Kai-Fu Lee is resigning.
Microsoft has won its appeal to impose a stay upon an injunction against the sale of Microsoft Word in the United States.
Have a Windows 7 Party. Geeks gone wild!
Now you can switch factions in world of Warcraft using Blizzard's new service... for a fee.
Playing Crysis on your netbook through OnLive? Dare to dream.
The European Union today announced that it will launch an investigation into Oracle's acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
Hot Coffee costed $20 million.
Windows 7 to get more out of your laptop battery.
Test Windows 7 in your department for free!
It won't be WoW, but it'll still want your money.
Blizzard is working on removing or changing the color of blood for the German version of StarCraft II.
Sony has signed a deal with Google that will see the computer maker ship machines with the Chrome browser pre-installed.
Microsoft will now donate the equivalent of sixteen meals to the poor every time someone upgrades from Internet Explorer 6 to Internet Explorer 8.
The latest build of Office 2010 and Halo: ODST is now hitting the pirate scene. Arg!
Microsoft has dismissed reports that it holds "screw Google" meetings once a week in Washington.
Blizzard is still trying to figure out how to leech money from you wallet via Battle.net.
Psystar late last week filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction and damages due to Apple's "anticompetitive attempts to tie Mac OS X Snow Leopard to its Macintosh line of computers."
Dell and HP are supporting Microsoft's effort to have the Word injunction overturned.
Some of your software won't play nice with new kitty.