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What is the best free anti-virus, the perfect software for data backup, or the best photo editing application? Tom's Hardware offers regular themed selections to keep you informed and help you make the best choice.
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.
Google supposedly threatened to cut off Android support to Acer if the handset maker launches a phone with a rival mobile OS.
This patent shows an Xbox peripheral that can project a virtual environment into any room without visual disruption from the player or furniture.
A step above character recognition.
We're back with the second installment of Microsoft's unboxing event. This time we tear into the Touch Mouse and the Sculpt Mouse.
Diablo III launcher's public test button has now become activated. Could PvP patch testing be around the corner?
You may want to consider an image consultant to improve your Facebook profile.
Here's everything you need to know about when the Nintendo Wii U will launch, how much you'll need to pay, and what games are slated for the first wave.
You won't be Pinging anything after September 30.
Mozilla is moving its IonMonkey JIT much faster to Firefox than we anticipated.
Microsoft is only previewing the SDK because there are features the company doesn't want to publicly reveal just yet.
Despite the new financial model, EA assures that Generals 2 will have a single player campaign.
Intel-based Ultrabooks are now shipping with a special version of McAfee Anti-Theft which takes advantage of Intel's baked in Anti-Theft Technology.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest round-up of mobile browsers.
Microsoft has opened the Microsoft Store doors for all developers.
Jammie Thomas-Rasset is back to square one.
Agawi will stream mid- and hard-core games to Windows 8 devices when it goes live in late October.
The same tech behind Apple's Siri will be used on Ultrabooks starting with Dell's XPS13.
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