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Canonical has announced that the next version of Ubuntu will come with support for multitouch.

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The return of AoE from (some of) the original makers.

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Flight Sim is back!

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I hate to crash Microsoft IE9 Beta party early, but it appears that the browser will miss its mark.

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Regular Tom's Hardware readers know Charlie Miller as the first person to hack Apple's iPhone and a repeat winner of CanSecWest's Pwn2Own contest. This time around, we talk to Charlie about jailbreaking and...

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Are you ready for the next iteration of Internet Explorer?

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Mark you calendars!

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The long wait for Rage.

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$70 for all the id and Bethesda games. Crazy!

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Mmm... Candy.

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Very impressive stuff from inside John Carmack's pocket.

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Developers and publishers wanting to get their hands on the new id Software engine will be denied.

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PC games just aren't complete without a little end-user modification. We take a look at 20 mods that have hit our favorites list over the last 14 years, spanning Zoid's Capture the Flag to GTA's Gostown...

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Crysis 2 won't be the only title in the franchise to incorporate 3D.

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John Carmack is teasing PC gamers on Twitter.

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If you're having problems with Microsoft Hotmail, skip Microsoft Internet Explorer and go straight to Google Chrome.

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Who wants to see Clap Trap in Duke Nukem Forever?

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There's been a lot of talk about Windows 7 and Android tablets, but we haven't heard much about WebOS tablets.

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Why are we giving these away? Just 'cause.

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Looks like Valve Software is indeed working on a standalone version of Defense of the Ancients.

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A previous registry hack used by gamers can enable XP SP2 updates.

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Are you ready for Civ?

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We're still waiting for the myriad of Android and Windows 7 tablets we've been promised by various different companies to hit the market. Once they do, they'll more than likely be compared to the iPad straight...

news - AUGUST 10 81 and a loyal community seem to be keeping piracy at bay.

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Microsoft pushes Windows 7's good features.

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QUAKE LIVE has officially come out of beta, offering three plans.