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Windows 8 has fallen behind Vista in terms of usage share.
EA says it's in a gift-giving mood, but just not for PC gamers.
Minecraft sells big on Christmas Day says Mojang.
Google is working to further improve the tab management in its web browser.
Dueling will finally be coming to Diablo III. However, the planned Team Deathmatch has been canned.
Google talks about the best apps of the year.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest story on trivia games!
Google will no longer allow silent extension installs in Chrome.
The upcoming Firefox 20 for Windows will include a Windows Media Foundation playback backend that will enable the browser to support H.264, AAC, and MP3.
Craig Mundie, chief research and strategy officer at Microsoft, is reportedly preparing his retirement.
Six stores scheduled to open in 2013.
VLC seeks to get native support for Windows 8.
It has taken some time, but the Chinese government recently confirmed and guaranteed that state-owned businesses will use only legal software, including operating systems and office suites.
Using the Windows branding on the ARM-based OS will only lead to confusion, Dell said.
id Software's John Carmack still thinks next-generation console gaming will be limited to 30fps.
Google wants to be a retailer's best friend, not their landlord.
Desktop remoting is emerging as one of the killer features of Google's Chrome OS, as it allows even small low power devices to connect to a regular and powerful desktop PC and run traditional x86 or Mac OS X...
Check out Tom's Guide's latest story on smartphone calendar apps.
If you've pre-ordered the StarCraft II expansion, then there's a chance you'll get a taste of the beta soon.
The new Humble Bundle is packed full of indie goodies.
A leaked product sheet reveals the first BlackBerry 10 phone to be the BlackBerry Z10.
Another one bites the dust.
Steam has opened the doors to its year-end holiday sale, offering steep discounts on numerous PC, Mac and Linux titles.
The Steam for Linux beta is now open for everyone.
Steven Sinofsky ran Windows division for six years before his departure.
You may need your Windows 7 product key to upgrade to Windows 8.