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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.
Samsung doesn't want HP's webOS platform, claims company CEO Choi Gee Sung. Ouch, that's gotta hurt.
Now that Perfect World Co has its hands on Cryptic's Star Trek Online MMORPG, the company plans to launch a free-to-play model by the end of the year. Engage!
Bethesda's Todd Howard explains why The Elder Scrolls franchise hasn't entered into the MMOG realm.
Windows 8 will feature a full-Metro mode where it will not even load the desktop code.
In this video, id Software's classic Quake III Arena is shown maxed out at 1080p resolution via the card-sized Raspberry Pi mini-computer.
Unlike EA's Battlefield 3, Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will come packed with Steamworks. The game is also ready for pre-purchase reservations (aka pre-order) on Valve's steamy network.
Valve Software has released a new batch of screens from the upcoming shooter Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. Also included are two videos released on Friday.
What would an operating system look like it if were redesigned with security in mind? Joanna Rutkowska thinks she has the answer with the development of Qubes OS. We sit down for an interview with Joanna to...
Chrome 13, Firefox 6, Safari 5.1, and Mac OS X Lion (10.7) have all emerged since our last Web Browser Grand Prix. Today, we test the latest browsers on both major platforms. How do the Mac-based browsers stack...
A more powerful way to do the drag and drop.
The latest RAGE gameplay trailer focuses on the Gearheads bandit clan.
At first, GameStop was breaking into retail versions of Deus Ex: Human Revolution to remove OnLive code vouchers. Now it's pulled the PC game completely from its shelf.
Part of Origin's EULA allows Electronic Arts to snoop through your system -- including installed and uninstalled software -- and send that information to third-party service providers.
The highly anticipated prequel to the game that started it all, Deus Ex: Human Revolution is now available. We take a close look at this intriguing title, the first to offer in-game morphological anti-aliasing...
This is the way a game-based movie should be done.
Windows 8 to love the SuperSpeed USB.
Crytek released a free version of its CryENGINE 3 last week and it's already been downloaded over 100,000 times.
Sega and Gearbox Software released new footage from the upcoming game Aliens: Colonial Marines.
Blizzard doesn't want the rampant hacking as seen with Diablo 2.
HP's webOS isn't completely dead, as HP will continue to sell the Veer and support the TouchPad tablet with updates. The company is also honoring its commitment to bring webOS to PCs and printers.
Gearbox Software is rebooting the Duke Nukem franchise with Duke Begins once Aliens: Colonial Marines is completed.
Another way for you to read your favorite website.
Consider the App Store confirmed.
It's been a big week for HP.
Recognizing a shift in the gaming industry, Nvidia is allocating resources to better support the mobile sector.
I cannot remember a time when I would have considered HP an emotionally charged company. As far as excitement goes, HP is about as arousing as a toothpick. Today, however, is different.
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