That's a lot of moolah.
There's a rumor that Microsoft has a plan to merge Windows Phone and Windows RT over the next several years.
Ubisoft leaked the system requirements for the PC version of Watch Dogs.
Apple's newest version of OS X is almost ready for launch.
Samsung explains why the Galaxy Note 3 kicks in to turbo when benchmarks are run.
Let the countdown begin!
Valve has applied for the Half-Life 3 trademark.
Ars Technica presents its evidence against Samsung.
John Carmack talks about the Mantle API.
DisplayLink is getting ready for the rush of 4K displays.
The Exclusive Beta will begin October 1, followed by the Open Beta on October 4.
Google said it rolled out the Hummingbird algorithm a month ago.
Sony is investigating how to stream PlayStation games to PC, smartphones and tablets.
AMD has revealed an API that gives developers direct access to GPUs using the GCN architecture.
Nokia Smart Phone will be the launching pad for Microsoft services in many markets.
AMD has teamed up with Raptr to create a desktop combining game optimization and social networking.
In the wake of Monday's incredible SteamOS announcement, Valve has now revealed Steam Machines, and the company wants you to test the prototype! In fact, the Steam Machine certification program is already...
Amazon has introduced two new Kindle Fire HDX tablets, and a revised Kindle Fire HD tablet.
Support for Apps and Extensions using the old Netscape Plug-in API will be purged throughout 2014.
Crytek is backing a contest challenging developers to create software that can render environments and objects using open street data.
Mozilla has launched the Metro Preview Release of Firefox.
Valve Software has developed its own operating system.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest story on Android apps!
That was a quick five years.
Get it while it's hot, folks.