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7 things you need to know about Bitcoin

Bitcoin is booming, but don't buy the hype before you read our guide.

How to control your PC with your Android phone

PCs and Android go together like Garfunkel and Oates, so seal the deal with these free remote control solutions.

12 easy PC tasks you should be doing (but aren't)

The excuses end here! Get your PC into tip-top shape by performing these 12 simple tweaks.

Thief looks great, but it may be too forgiving for diehard fans of the original games

While Thief is technically impressive, it needs some work in the gameplay department.

How Microsoft is trying—but failing—to court indie game developers

The Windows team is trying to lure developers to the Windows Store with promises of cash and support, with mixed results.

How virtual reality tech will change the future of games

The virtual worlds we were promised a decade ago may finally come to fruition.

Review: Razer Edge Pro tablet—insane performance that's completely impractical

Razer has built the most powerful Windows 8 tablet in the world. Its mission: To deliver sublime PC gaming. Its execution: Mixed.

Review: Bioshock Infinite delivers high-flying adventure

Bioshock Infinite is an excellent first-person action game from Irrational that deftly weaves meaningful characters into a high-flying adventure without stalling under the weight of player expectation.

Razer Edge Pro: Our first look at a Windows 8 gaming tablet

Our initial impressions of the Razer Edge Pro, the world's first Windows 8 tablet built for PC gaming.

Play This! Podcast

Play This! Podcast: Starcraft, Roku 3, Downton Abbey, Larry King Now, and Veronica Mars

It's a smorgasbord of online entertainment in this weeks' Play This podcast, from the Veronica Mars movie kickstarter to the reason why Downton Abbey is so good.

12 simple steps to safer social networking

Follow our privacy tips for Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram to ensure that you're not oversharing.

Why smartphones are the rightful kings of social media

Social networks are leaving the PC behind as they chase the growing mobile market, and that's for the best.

Why PCs, not smartphones, are best for social media sharing

In a world dominated by social media we must choose the best way to consume it. A vast majority would look to their mobile devices, but the true platform is the PC.