The EU could force Apple to play nice with Adobe's Flash. Not only that, but Europe could insist Apple's iTunes syncs with all devices, not just iPods and iPhones.
The rest of the world would like this too, please.
Recovery, Reset, Restore all to fight the Rot.
Epic believes that Bulletstorm will show its still a big player in the PC gaming arena.
Mozilla rolls out Firefox update to remedy FarmVille issue.
Microsoft's still ruling the software landscape.
It's the little things that count.
Cisco has revealed two tablets this week, one each for business and home environments.
While Diablo II officially turns 10, Blizzard admits that World of Warcraft could possibly go free-to-play when the next MMO goes live.
The return of the king.
Microsoft wants Windows 8 to 'have an app for that' too.
It hasn't been around for long but Google's Chrome is already more popular than Safari.
Microsoft is looking to Apple for some inspiration on the user experience.
Activision isn't having any problems recruiting staff for Infinity Ward.
A more stable Firefox. Always a good thing.
We've been hearing about OnLive's cloud-based service for more than a year now. The company claims it can offer the latest games on demand, without a need for meaty hardware requirements on the client end....
Wings of Liberty, indeed.
Good news: the movie won't be about real-world players getting sucked into Blizzard's virtual realm.
Thirty-percent of the Second Life team was left go two weeks ago. Now the CEO is stepping down.
Windows 7 SP1 Beta. It's a lot of hotfixes in a bundle... in beta.
Who needs an iPad when you can have one of these babies for just four times the price?
Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 has sold 150 million licenses to-date.
Get the newer, faster IE9 preview build.
Intel is porting Android to x86 for Atom-based devices.
Just don't go into the subway. Oh wait, you have a nanosuit. It's all good, then.