Valve is currently looking for potential testers of unreleased software and hardware in the Seattle/Bellvue area.
Promotion hopes to get users accustomed with Windows Store.
Firefox better at tidying up so your system will run better.
T-Mobile announced the upcoming arrival of two smartphones, one of which is an exclusive.
McAfee is cutting jobs, says Reuters.
Hackers took advantage of an exploit and began killing players and NPCs in many populated realms.
Opera has teamed up with eight other companies to create a website for all your HTML5 and CSS3 needs.
There's a Skype Trojan that will possibly lock users out of their PC, demanding $200, if infected.
Samsung has created a file system for the Linux kernel tuned for NAND flash devices like SSDs, SD cards and more.
The hack to jailbreak the Kindle Paperwhite is similar to the one used on the Kindle Touch.
Ilari Nurmi leaves Nokia after a disappointing reveal of the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820 last month.
Blizzard's managed to revive its player base within a matter of weeks with Mists of Pandaria. But how long will that last?
In an announcement made at JavaOne, Oracle and AMD confirmed that the two companies have created an OpenJDK project with the goal to run the JVM on GPUs.
The single-player game as we remember it is on the way out.
Federal Trade Commission has been pursuing case since 2008.
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Fee believed to be in the region of $30 million to $45 million.
Users of Windows 8 RTM can now download a preview of Firefox.
Still another three weeks to go until the new operating system launches.
There is little doubt that social media and casual gaming are hot areas for money to be made in the future, but the leading companies in this space are having a tough time providing investor confidence.
This may feel like a Déjà vu. Oracle's founder and CEO Larry Ellison joins the league of Al Gore and says that he invented the cloud.
AT&T will offer the Asus VivoTab RT and Samsung ATIV Smart PC in time for the holidays.
Looks like Apple is recruiting help from anywhere it can.
PhoneFactor provides multi-factor authentication to organizations.