It's taken a long time and the promise of SteamOS, but more and more big-name games are finally becoming Linux natives. Here's a sampling.
Some privacy advocates, however, say the draft bill limits privacy enforcement actions by the Federal Trade Commission.
Plans call for moveable lightweight structures and translucent canopies
Bank of America is pulling its Windows Phone and Windows 8 app this weekend, following Google's decision to axe its Softcard payments app for the platform.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Plus Google goes to work on Skynet for real, Fast and the Furious gets a video game, and brutalities return to Mortal Kombat. This is gaming news for the week of February 23.
This latest version delivers lots improvements you can’t see, and a few you can.
Nvidia is also pushing out a fix for its Shield Tablet, fixing some color reproduction issues.
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
This single-use keyboard puts a 10-key area on the right side of the keyboard, simplifying the process of entering in a long list of numbers.
Blogs with adult content will be kept in the public realm, Google said, reversing an earlier decision.
Sundar Pichai hints at further unbundling of services from Google's floundering social network.
The new owner of Sony's once-iconic Vaio brand is unveiling its first device March 12.
It only took an embarrassing adware scandal that put millions of PCs at risk, but Lenovo just had a revelation: People just want clean Windows.
This low-cost, cellular-connected development board is making a run on Kickstarter; should appeal to DIYers and small developers alike.