CES comes a little early as Samsung announces its new laptop entries for the Series 7 line.
Fez, the indie game that took XBLA by storm some 9 months ago, may finally see a PC release.
In this episode of the Play This podcast Carlos is flying solo (Jason is MIA)! He talks with Dan Hsu and Alex Cocilova about apps, games, documentaries, movies, and more. Also there's some Benny Hill music.
Hammerpoint's zombie survival MMO has always had a decent amount of mystery surrounding it, and now it's knee-deep in controversy.
Battlefield 3's newest expansion, Aftermath, provides some great urban combat in an immersive devastated setting.
Skrillex meets Legend of Zelda, the shout-at-your-friends game Spaceteam, independent movies worth watching, and more on this week's Play This! podcast.
Buy one for yourself, or give one away as a very generous gift. Either way, these are the mobile PC to beat this holiday season.
The fourth installment of the Scribblenauts puts your imagination to the test with an object editor.
The folks and THQ and Humble Bundle have gone overboard, offering some AAA titles for whatever you want to pay.
GOG is kicking off the sale season with a ton of great games for one low price.
Rocking hard or hardly rocking? We find out when we plunge deep into Microsoft's Music app.
We spare no details in our deep-dive look at Windows 8's Mail and Calendar apps.
The People app is a contacts database with hooks into social media, but it falls far short of being a full-featured social media client.
The original Half-Life mod is back with it's own game engine after 10 years. Does it stand the test of time?
Not all of the new Windows 8 apps are 5-star winners. Allow us to suggest some worthy options.