Symantec's Norton 360 Everywhere bundles three products with one low yearly subscription fee.
Side-channel attacks are considered by many computer security experts as one of the greatest security risks in cloud computing.
Today we cover more than 30 years of computer role-playing games in pictures! From Ultima I to The Bard's Tale, Wasteland, Diablo, and of course The Elder Scrolls, this walk down memory lane undoubtedly...
Game Informer and Bethesda has confirmed that The Elder Scrolls Online is in the works and slated for a 2013 release.
New client allows you to download games while out and about.
"Windows Live" has always felt tacked on, and Microsoft is fixing that with the release of Windows 8.
A new malware is attacking Mac OS X because users haven't updated Microsoft Office.
The new Skype network has fewer Linux-based supernotes that now use grsecurity to fend of hacking attacks. Updated with clarification from Mark Gillett, CVP of Skype Product Engineering & Operations.
In case you missed it, here's the Diablo 3 "Hell Is Back" TV commercial.
Gamers will be able to play on Diablo 3 servers outside their region. Plus, Blizzard has updated the website with a new Auction House guide.
There's plenty of clues about what the Skyrim DLC may be about buried in some Skyrim patch filenames.
Soon Portal 2 puzzlers will be able to create and share their own maps via the Steam Workshop.
StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm will be playable at the MLG Pro Circuit Spring Championship event this June.
IBM claims to have found a method to increase or decrease the size of digital images better than it is possible today with traditional techniques such as nearest neighbor, bilinear or bicubic resizing.
Ouch. Eugene Kaspersky, founder of the security software firm Kaspersky, accused Apple of having missed the boat on computer security.
Four leading mobile game developers divulge their thoughts on the rise of mobile gaming, the iOS vs. Android vs. WP7 industry face-off, the impact of HD tablets like the iPad 3, and whether mobile gaming is now...
Cryptic is just now warning of a server breach that took place back in December 2010.
Linux users, if you can be patient for just a little longer, your wish for Steam to run natively on your OS of choice will be Valve's command.
Gabe Newell had quite a few things to say about EA's Origin service on the Seven Day Cooldown podcast.
Blizzard's official Diablo 3 party will be at the Irvine Spectrum Mall, located in Irvine, California.
Mozilla has officially ended all support for Firefox 3.6 with the release of Firefox 12.
It's that time again!
Apparently, Valve had quietly implemented an account policy to allow banned players to access their games months ago.
Blizzard's first public test brought 300,000 concurrent players and lots of problems to the Diablo 3 servers.
Pre-register for QuakeCon 2012 and get one of three bundles that includes posters, T-Shirts and more.
The new public release of Windows 8 is slated for early June before it officially lands on store shelves in October.