Canonical has announced that the next version of Ubuntu will come with support for multitouch.
The return of AoE from (some of) the original makers.
Flight Sim is back!
I hate to crash Microsoft IE9 Beta party early, but it appears that the browser will miss its mark.
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...
Are you ready for the next iteration of Internet Explorer?
Mark you calendars!
The long wait for Rage.
$70 for all the id and Bethesda games. Crazy!
Very impressive stuff from inside John Carmack's pocket.
Developers and publishers wanting to get their hands on the new id Software engine will be denied.
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...
Crysis 2 won't be the only title in the franchise to incorporate 3D.
John Carmack is teasing PC gamers on Twitter.
If you're having problems with Microsoft Hotmail, skip Microsoft Internet Explorer and go straight to Google Chrome.
Who wants to see Clap Trap in Duke Nukem Forever?
There's been a lot of talk about Windows 7 and Android tablets, but we haven't heard much about WebOS tablets.
Why are we giving these away? Just 'cause.
Looks like Valve Software is indeed working on a standalone version of Defense of the Ancients.
A previous registry hack used by gamers can enable XP SP2 updates.
Are you ready for Civ?
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...
Battle.net and a loyal community seem to be keeping piracy at bay.
Microsoft pushes Windows 7's good features.
QUAKE LIVE has officially come out of beta, offering three plans.