Who says great games can't be found on Linux? This small army of killer Linux-compatible games beg to differ—and they can all be found dirt-cheap during Steam's Summer Sale.
XCOM is a major addition to Linux's gaming ranks, but it's just the latest in a series of triple-A games to embrace the open-source operating system.
BlackBerry's popular messaging service will hit Windows Phone this summer, after landing on Android and iOS late last year.
Flash drives are good for more than merely shuffling files around these days. They can breathe new life into an ailing or old PC, house an operating system, or even double as full-blown SSDs.
Once the exclusive realm of hulking, stationary gaming desktops, advances in technology are bringing PC gaming to the couch, bed, bus, and more.
Click-to-Run installations of the popular office suite fall prey to a crippling bug that leaves the software unable to launch whatsoever.
The Steamboy Machine project revealed itself during E3, blending Sony's PlayStation Portable handheld with Valve's Steam Controller.
Great games done dirt cheap, courtesy of GOG and GamersGate.
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.
Aaron Paul's 'Xbox On' ad is just the latest is a string of hilarious Kinect voice command miscues.
Bonnaroo is one of the biggest music festivals of the year, and you can watch it live on your TV, PC, or mobile device. Here's how.
E3's ordinarily a console show, but Hayden Dingman and Brad Chacos found plenty of PC gems worth drooling over on the show floor.
The focus might be on new consoles, but PCs still put in a good showing at this year's gaming extravaganza.
Prime Music is no Spotify killer, but it is a nice addition for Prime subscribers.
Bitcoin's march towards the mainstream continues.