Windows 8 on a stick.
It's the creepy wallpaper again!
Keith Curtis joins us once again for a discussion on Linux. A year ago, he spoke of How Linux Could Achieve Faster World Domination. Now he's back with a more focused view on just what Linux needs to pull...
There were mixed views on where the industry is heading at ECGC 2011 this week, signaling a big change on the horizon.
During ECGC 2011, famed game developer Mark Cerny indicates that the console slump over the last two years could be just a "hiccup" or the sign on an impending market crash.
Talk to the hand because the Vista don't understand.
Look out tablets, you could be getting Windows!
Shh... let's not leak our hard work.
Mind those attachments.
The Windows 8 talk has really been heating up over the last week or so and today brings speculation about a possible release date for the OS.
A perfect 10, I'd say.
It’s been 18 months since Windows 7 hit retail availability and Microsoft will this week be celebrating the fact that it’s finally the most popular OS in the United States.
Multiplayer support is typically a decision made by the team based on the current Elder Scrolls chapter.
When you talk about an App Store, right now that usually points to something Apple-related. Apple would love the trademark to that name, but Amazon's fighting that with its own "Appstore" and so is Microsoft...
A Mass Effect MMOG "makes sense" claims BioWare's Casey Hudson.
Looks like Crytek was working on a DirectX 11 patch for Crysis 2 despite previous denials.
Penguin says that it is bigger than a puppy.
No more need for Adobe Reader or even Fox It
Blizzard's three mods for StarCraft 2 have finally gone live for all to play within the popular sci-fi RTS.
Minecraft is expected to go "retail" this November, although it won't be much different than what's offered during prior weeks.
It can't match your clothes.
Like Duke Nukem Forever, Dungeon Siege 3 needs a bit more polish before going public.
Cyan Worlds has thrown open the Myst Online doors for new developers and writers.
GNOME 3.0 is a complete overhaul of the popular Linux desktop, designed for today's streamlined user and hardware.
Minecraft is still in beta, and it's already brought home $33 million USD after taxes and PayPal fees.