BBC reportedly having a tough time with US cable companies.
Square Enix is offering full refunds and a free copy of FF7 to anyone who downloaded the game in error.
The Ouya Android console will come packed with support for XBMC, iHeartRadio, VEVO and TuneIn Radio.
The new name for its Windows 8 UI is....
You can now download classics like Night of the Living Dead and Plan 9 From Outer Space via BitTorrent from the Internet Archive.
Putting user privacy first.
Lenovo takes the cover off its Windows 8 slate offering.
Google is testing a new feature that will pull up Gmail information in search results.
Looks like Microsoft is having a hard time keeping a lid on its new operating system.
Connectify is working on a new solution that combines all local networks, increasing speed and reliability.
Protect yourself from hacks before it's too late.
Windows Essentials 2012 takes advantage of Windows 8 advancements.
Your favorite built-in games will be filed under Xbox Windows with the release of Windows 8.
Ex-Monolith Productions Jace Hall wants to revive Blood.
Amazon and Apple are both working to fix weak points that made it easier for a hacker to attack Wired reporter Mat Honan.
Valve Software has announced that it will start offering non-gaming Software titles starting September.
PC gamers can now pre-purchase Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on Steam.
Microsoft's Windows 8 box art receives an upgrade and a more abstract feel to its design.
WishboneTheDog claims he's made over $10,000 USD in Diablo 3's real-money auction house.
It's a dream come true for Dean Hall as his successful zombie mod becomes a standalone title.
EverQuest 2 gamers can now add their own facial expressions and voice to their avatar in real-time.
Khronos today released the latest specification updates for OpenGL and Open GL ES.
We all learn that our technology tastes will, at some point, stay somewhat the same.
Despite what developers say, used games sales is good for the industry.
This might explain why Valve's been holding back on Half-Life 3.
RIM may not get back to the levels it was at two years ago, says Sprint.