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Investors are spooked over the lukewarm reviews and uncertain release dates.
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3DMark will be the one benchmark for all your devices, spanning Windows, Android and Apple's iOS.
The gaming industry as a whole is gearing up to defend its turf against Apple's looming living room invasion.
Looks like Google wasn't too far from its January 2013 target for developers.
The classic RPG series is now available in MMORPG form and ready for hardcore players here in the States.
The Neverwinter MMO is ready for beta.
Redmond accuses manufacturers of not building enough Windows 8-powered touchscreen tablets.
Software giant's SkyDrive boasts over double the amount of users.
Google and Asus are working on a next-generation Nexus 7 tablet.
Net income dropped by 45 percent to $97 million.
The Darksiders developer has been saved by Crytek and will launch as a new Crytek studio here in the States.
Acer is having more success with Chrome OS in the last two months than it has had with Windows 8 since its October debut.
Microsoft has reached a "sticking point" in the leveraged buyout negotiations with Dell.
Microsoft has launched both Office 365 Home Premium and the desktop-friendly Office 2013 suites.
One analyst doesn't think BlackBerry 10 will save RIM.
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Here's a service similar to OnLive Desktop, but can be accessed through an HTML5-enabled browser on any device.
Microsoft may be attacking the low-end and midrange smartphone markets using a new Windows Phone 8 reference design for OEMs.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest story on running Sega games on your PC.
Teams within Microsoft are fighting over whether Windows RT should have a standalone Outlook client.
Relic will help boost Sega's presence in the PC gaming arena, the company claims.
Windows division enjoyed revenue increase of 24 percent from 2011's fourth quarter.
Path of Exile is now open for the public to play.
Crysis powerhouse Crytek will resume development of Homefront 2, promising "new heights" with the just-acquired franchise.
Lenovo's CFO has admitted that RIM is one of many possible acquisitions being considered by the PC maker.
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