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Graphics chip maker Nvidia released a new version of its Unix driver on Friday in order to address a high-risk vulnerability that can be exploited by local users...
PCWorld Editors discuss the Windows 8 final release, important Windows 8 dates and how the PCWorld Labs tests gear. We also talk about some gaming news, including Mechwarrior Tactics and Star Wars: The Old Republic going free to play.
The strongly worded order by a California judge saying Oracle has to keep porting its software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium-based servers is not the end of the...
Developers are porting Google's Android 4.0 OS, code-named Ice Cream Sandwich, to the Raspberry Pi PC, which starts at US$25 and is the size of a credit card.
If the world is going to embrace the changes in Microsoft's OS, the company will have to address a few lingering issues first.
Microsoft today announced that it's wrapped up Windows 8 and declared that the operating system has met the "release to manufacturing" (RTM) milestone.
Microsoft completes its boldest, but riskiest version of Windows, and releases it to PC builders.
The Reminders tool in Mountain Lion has given me a reason to set aside Microsoft Outlook, and test the waters of the Mac OS X Mail application.
In its latest support for touch input, Microsoft unveils a set of gesture commands and associated hardware designed to make it easier to get around Windows 8 with a mouse.
The refreshed operating system has held the No. 1 spot on the Mac App Store's bestselling paid app list since it popped to the top last Wednesday.