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CryEngine powers top-name titles like Crysis, Ryse: Son of Rome, and Star Citizen, and now it's coming to Linux.
The apps will run on Red Hat's new mobile application platform
The slightly tricky upgrade, Windows 10 Mobile Build 10136 also adds performance improvements and UI tweaks.
Preview program members can send games to their Windows 10 PCs ahead of public launch later this year.
Upgrading to the latest Windows 10 build for phones won't be a straightforward process. You may want to downgrade from Windows 10 Mobile to Windows Phone 8.1 today.
It also can no longer distribute Solaris patches to its customers
New tools will make it possible to run applications on Apple Watch
Dell's Ubuntu Edition Inspiron laptops may not have the sexiest specs, but the price is certainly right.
Let's be honest: Mandriva Linux itself has been dormant for years now. But these offshoots will keep its legacy alive now that Mandriva is officially dead as a company
After the year-long development cycle of Fedora 21, which saw Fedora divided into Workstation, Cloud, and Server editions, the project is back to a standard six-month release cycle. Here's what you'll find in Fedora 22.
Forget about it. A 'Windows 365' model is not in the cards for Windows 10.
But alas, a U.S. release hasn't been announced yet.
Huawei's LiteOS is meant to run on a minimal power and work on a wide range of hardware
Tails, the operating system trusted by Edward Snowden, just released a new version. Here's what you'll find in it, as well as what all the Tails hub-bub is about.