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Microsoft has reacted quickly to a recently emerged zero-day exploit that affects IE 6, 7, 8, and 9. The patch will be made available to IE users on Friday and users are advised to update their IE right away.
Heads up, Android users.
Don't worry, if you put money into City of Heroes recently, you'll be getting your money back.
Razer is calling on PC gamers to beta test an upcoming system tweak tool called Game Booster.
It sounds like Half-Life 3 may be more like Rage this time, only more interactive than id Software's latest post-apocalyptic open-world shooter.
Forbes' rich list is out and the top three hasn't changed.
EA is offering six Battlefield titles for $10 each, only through Origin and only for today.
Microsoft said that it has entered a licensing agreement with Research in Motion that provides the company with the ability to integrate the latest Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT) for "certain Blackberry...
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Valve may start beta testing its hardware projects starting next year.
We rip into two more Microsoft keyboards designed for Windows 8: the Sculpt Mobile Keyboard and the just-announced Sculpt Comfort Keyboard.
Microsoft is launching a full-sized ergonomic keyboard for Windows 8 soon.
Runic Games CEO compares his upcoming Torchlight 2 ARPG with Diablo 3, saying that it offers more for less money.
Doctors Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk are retiring from BioWare and the games industry itself.
It's one small step towards kicking Google off its Kindle Fire tablets.
Office 2010 upgrade offer starts next month.
Virgin Mobile USA leaves users open to possible attack.
Why clutter your office with a bulky desktop when you can purchase this PC-on-a-stick packed with Android goodness?
UK comes in number two behind United States for downloads.
Two Bohemia Interactive employees are currently being detained in Greece supposedly for espionage.
After discovering that the authors of Stuxnet and Flame have been in contact and both malwares have been, most likely, been developed under government authority, we learned today that the rabbit hole is much...
BioWare's Mark Darrah has confirmed that the studio is working on Dragon Age 3.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest article on MKV editing tools.
The enhanced version of Baldur's Gate won't arrive on the PC until November.
Twitter is ordered to hand over tweets of an Occupy Wall Street protestor, or face a substantial fine.
Consumers can now purchase the 7-inch Kindle Fire HD and the revamped Kindle Fire.
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