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Q3 2011 Results Reveal WoW Subscription Decline... and there's still three months to go.
The Radiant quest system in the upcoming open-world RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will churn out an infinite number of tasks.
HP's Chief Executive Officer has admitted the company is still unsure as to what to do with webOS.
Fedora and RedHat today announced a new version of the Fedora distribution.
SOE's DC Universe Online saw a 1000-percent player surge once it opened the doors to the new Free-To-Play model.
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.
Firefox 8 has been officially released today as an upgrade from Firefox 7.0.1.
The brief internet downtime experienced on Monday was caused by an update bug in Juniper router firmware.
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.
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.
According to a Google lawyer, Microsoft brings out its patent guns when its products fail and it's cornered in the market.
The latest version of Firefox is now available on Mozilla's download server.
Choice is certainly not a problem for Linux in trying to reach more users.
Windows 8 will be more hard"core" with multiple cores.
Mozilla has elevated the most recent Firefox 8 Beta to release candidate status.
A Firefox developer discusses the hurdles Firefox faces.
Kinect has the potential to be a very important invention.
Alex Faaborg, a principal designer of the Firefox UI, announced that he is leaving Mozilla.
Chrome's October market share result is just shy of having met the 25 percent milestone in what appears to be an accelerating pace of growth.
Exactly two years after its launch, Windows 7 has now become the world's most popular operating system.
There is an interesting post on software patents by Gene Quinn, a patent attorney and editor of the IPWatchdog blog. Quinn's advice is that there's always something that can be patented in software.
Our first look at Blizzcon 2011's Diablo 3 Team Deathmatch PvP
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth said that Ubuntu will be expanding its presence to target tablets and smartphones.
Looks like the free-to-play model isn't on World of Warcraft's horizon at least until the next MMO is out the door.
Intel has released an updated version to the Intel SSD Toolbox (Version 3.0) for use by Intel SSD users.
Is webOS here to stay?
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