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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.

news - NOVEMBER 16 31

Minecraft has officially gone gold, and will be released on Friday during the first-ever MineCon convention.

news - NOVEMBER 16 19

A patent for Microsoft's ReadyBoost technology, which surfaced first in Windows Vista was recently resubmitted by Microsoft for approval by the USPTO.

news - NOVEMBER 16 29

Despite the legal battle over the use of "Scrolls," the Skyrim developers pay homage to Mojang's Minecraft with an Easter egg.

news - NOVEMBER 15 32

Mozilla just released Aurora 10, the developer version of Firefox that just graduated from nightly status and will move to beta in about six weeks.

news - NOVEMBER 15 8

Google has revealed first details about a new Chrome user interface that has been in development for some time, but has remained a mystery until this past weekend.

news - NOVEMBER 14 39

You're running Firefox 8? That's so last week.

news - NOVEMBER 14 21

Futuremark is releasing 3DMark for Windows 8 sometime next year.

news - NOVEMBER 14 79

Call of Duty scores a hat-trick for Activision.

news - NOVEMBER 13 26

With great power comes... great management?

news - NOVEMBER 12 18

Star Trek Online's free-to-play model won't launch until after the New Year.

news - NOVEMBER 11 123

Between piracy and the infinite number of hardware configurations, developing games for the PC can be a real "headache."

news - NOVEMBER 11 49

EA president Frank Gibeau has indicated that Battlefield 4 is already on the publisher's schedule.

reviews - NOVEMBER 11 191

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion redefined our expectations for open world fantasy RPGs, and it was brutally hard on the hardware of its day. Is The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as challenging on today's PC hardware,...

news - NOVEMBER 11 59

Sunday Valve's Steam platform was accessed by hackers who may have run off with the personal information of all registered users, including credit card numbers.

news - NOVEMBER 11 21

Firefox has just turned seven years old.

news - NOVEMBER 10 32

Unnamed vendors have said that Google needs to provide more resources and support if it's serious about Chrome OS on desktops.

news - NOVEMBER 10 93

Q3 2011 Results Reveal WoW Subscription Decline... and there's still three months to go.

news - NOVEMBER 10 57

The Radiant quest system in the upcoming open-world RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will churn out an infinite number of tasks.

news - NOVEMBER 9 18

HP's Chief Executive Officer has admitted the company is still unsure as to what to do with webOS.

news - NOVEMBER 9 13

Fedora and RedHat today announced a new version of the Fedora distribution.

news - NOVEMBER 9 25

SOE's DC Universe Online saw a 1000-percent player surge once it opened the doors to the new Free-To-Play model.

news - NOVEMBER 9 29

Activision is reportedly having a hard time taking in a flood of registrations for Call of Duty Elite, the multiplayer component for Modern Warfare 3.

news - NOVEMBER 9 34

Firefox 8 has been officially released today as an upgrade from Firefox 7.0.1.

news - NOVEMBER 8 31

The brief internet downtime experienced on Monday was caused by an update bug in Juniper router firmware.

news - NOVEMBER 8 39

Just two months after announcing an alliance with Google, Intel now claims that Android 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" will feature support for x86 architecture.

news - NOVEMBER 8 23

Gamers who pre-order Star Wars: The Old Republic will have a chance to play the MMOG for up to 5 days prior to the official launch next month.

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