Software giant has been involved in Brazil for several years.
Samsung has launched its new line of 840 Series SSDs, and is including a free copy of Assassin's Creed III with the purchase of the Pro models.
For now, don't expect to see Halo 4 arrive on the PC platform.
Last week we learned that Google's Android OS accounted for a whopping 75 percent of all smartphone shipments in Q3. This week, Android is celebrating another big milestone: Our favorite little green droid...
The retro OS makes a comeback.
Microsoft's patent wants to control content playback based on the number of viewers in front of the screen.
Windows Live Messenger will be retired in the first quarter of 2013 (sniff).
Valve is now beta testing its Steam for Linux client.
HP now has a seat on the Linux Foundation's board of directors.
Three new job listings reveal Microsoft's Cloud TV project.
Top up your Skype account with a pre-paid card.
After more than four years of investigation, the IRS has closed an audit of the Mozilla Foundation.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest story on Windows Live Messenger.
Done with Skyrim? Think again.
After giving Windows 8 our attention last week, we're following up with one more look at performance using a Core i7-3770K processor. Are there any aberrations to note, or does Intel's Ivy Bridge architecture...
Verizon Wireless is closing its Android app store as of January 2013.
Microsoft has made available a bunch of free e-books, one of which is a Windows 8 for Dummies: Pocket Edition co-authored by Dell.
Emulators are a fantastic tool to get antique Atari ST, Amiga and C64 games to run on your PC. In the future, there may be an emulator that is solving ARM headaches.
Microsoft was just granted the rights to a more elaborate display driver update that does not require a computer system to reboot.
Mozilla announced that current Firefox Beta versions now come with a feature that forces HTTPS connections to certain sites via HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security).
Microsoft's legal team put to work on Windows 8-related patent infringement lawsuits.
Apple released the first update for iOS 6.
We take Medal of Honor Warfighter for a spin on 12 different graphics cards to figure out how much hardware you need to get this modern-day account of our Tier 1 operators' work running smoothly. Not...
Is the EU's persistence on upfront browser choices when installing Windows just a nuisance?
Acer says we won't see its RT line until at least Q2 2013.
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