Plus James Cameron talks smack about the Oculus RIft, Dennis Dyack returns from the dead, and EA offers Crusader: No Remorse for free.
The classic horror franchise is getting not one but two games in the coming months. We go hands on with an HD Resident Evil remake and Resident Evil: Revelations 2.
The all-metal bodies whisper "quality." The 5-megapixel front-facing cameras scream "selfie." If Samsung sales were dampened by iPhone anticipation, the A3 and A5 provide an Android alternative to the trendy competition.
Martin Fink, the head of HP Labs, offered a road map for the company's new Machine computer architecture.
Don't let a lax backup strategy or inferior hardware cost you productivity.
Facebook, anonymous? Hardly, but users may still want Tor's location-hiding security while they use the service. Facebook's .onion address makes that all easier.
The smartphone juggernaut promises “efficiency” as it's squeezed on both the high end and low end of phone sales. But maybe the answer is staring Samsung in the face.
A full disclosure is likely to be published in January.
Using the cloud no longer means building an infrastructure from the ground up.
He will also be expelled from the country upon his release, according to the court.
Hiroki Totoki has to revive interest in Xperia smartphones in a crowded market where Sony lags.
The privacy and security critics were right: Third-parties can and are using Verizon's UIDH strings for their own purposes.
The Iridium GO! costs less than a full-fledged satellite phone, provides access for five users, and let's you retain that familiar smartphone experience with all your contacts intact.
Tired of looking at the default new tab page in Chrome? Try these three extensions to spruce up their look.
So what's all the fervor and fire over systemd all about? Chris Hoffman explains why the Linux community is in a tizzy.
The company admits mistakes as it sits on a massive surplus of unsold phones, but it's not giving up just yet.