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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.

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Used game consumers are getting another swift kick in the groin thanks to Ubisoft and its new Uplay Passport program.

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NPD reports that Duke Nukem Forever was the #2 game in June across all three platforms.

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Spotify has finally landed on American soil, but does it offer anything unique over other local services like Slacker, Rhapsody and Rdio?

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Overwolf allows you to capture video and screenshots, chat with your friends on Skype and even read Facebook feeds while still camping out within World of Warcraft or numerous other PC games.

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But the image would need to be on a DVD to fit...

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It's true: Th Old Republic helped bring Star Wars Galaxies to a close.

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Over 400 Million Windows 7 Licenses Sold!

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It’s here, it’s free, and it’s gorgeous. Crytek provides the DirectX 11 patch for which we've all waited, and we put it to the test to see just what it takes to run Crysis 2 at maximum fidelity. If you've...

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Square Enix wants permission from the court to issue a subpoena for information from Valve in regards to a leaked preview build of Deus Ex: Human Revolution.

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EA wants full control of updates and downloadable content, and Valve doesn't allow that kind of funny business on Steam.

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Three major released have landed since our last impromptu Web Browser Grand Prix (WBGP4): Chrome 12, Firefox 5, and Opera 11.50. Can Chrome or Opera regain the WBGP championship? Will Mozilla Firefox ever...

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Torchlight has sold over one million units across the PC, Mac and Xbox 360.

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Looking for something to do because it's Independence Day and there are no aliens to fight? How about some ghosts? waka waka waka...

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Funcom has re-launched Age of Conan: Hyborian Adventures as a free-to-play/subscription-based hybrid MMORPG called Age of Conan: Unchained. It's reportedly naughtier too (and we like naughty).

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Hellgate finally threw open its "gates" to Open Beta players Thursday night after a 2-year+ wait.

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Will Xbox.com become the central online source for all Microsoft-sanctioned games?

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Apparently a petition wasn't enough, as now many Star Wars Galaxies subscribers have filed a class-action lawsuit against SOE to keep the MMORPG open.

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Apple releases an FAQ for unhappy Final Cut Pro X customers and is reportedly issuing refunds in some cases.

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Dave Perry expects to see his Gaikai service up and running on most HDTVs by next year.

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The legal drama surrounding the Fallout Online MMOG is almost as insane as the whole Duke Nukem Forever timeline.

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Just one beta to rule them all?

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It's not a time-limited demo, but Blizzard's new World of Warcraft Starter Edition isn't exactly a free-to-play MMORPG, either.

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Although Samsung already released a Chomebook, Acer America claims its new AC7000 is the first Chome-based device to hit North American shelves.

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If you remember the days of qtest and the original Quake "shareware" demo, then you're getting old too.

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Duke Nukem is storming the Mac platform this summer thanks to Aspyr Media.

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Blizzard is looking into bringing its games to Apple's iOs platform.