The War Z has been pulled from Steam due to user complaints.
Customer reviews of the Surface RT tablet sold at Best Buy are extremely positive.
All three preview builds of Windows 8 -- Developer, Consumer and Release -- will expire in less than a month.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest story on data recovery utilities.
Consumers should avoid Windows 8 for now, Consumer Reports claims.
Microsoft and Channel 4 team up to bring 4oD to the newest iteration of Windows.
The first expansion for Star Wars: The Old Republic arrives in Spring 2013.
Now that's a bargain.
Google has decided to end support for Exchange ActiveSync on a consumer level.
Now there's a place where Raspberry Pi users can download apps for their cool gadget.
The W3C has published the first complete specifications for HTML 5 and Canvas.
Inventor and futurist will focus on machine learning and language processing.
The New York Post suggests that Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer may be out if Windows 8 fails.
Apps sold in the Windows Store are apparently easy to hack.
For those who actually use the Windows Store, games like Grand Theft Auto IV are now available.
Asheron's Call 2 is up and running, but only for current Asheron's Call subscribers.
Glu Mobile strikes back with a statement that reveals why many games no longer have multiplayer support.
Microsoft responded to Spider.io's public disclosure of an Internet Explorer flaw.
Former Epic Games design director is bored and wants to create a new studio so that current gamers don't think all he's ever done is Gears of War.
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Dell will provide smartphone solutions, not smartphone hardware.
Humble Bundle sold 885,301 THQ-laced bundles, raking in $5,097,550.77 USD.
Microsoft is looking into a vulnerability in Internet Explorer that allows hackers to track cursor movement even when the browser is minimized.
It's Apple's turn to be sued for patent infringement.
Google currently has no plans to develop apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8.
GOG is offering Duke Nukem 3D Atomic Edition free for a limited time only as part of its 2012 DRM-free Holiday Sales blowout featuring 475 discounted titles.