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We sit down with Crytek's Rasmus Hoejengarrd to discuss the new Hunter mode in Crysis 3, as well as some of the new multiplayer features and environments.
Google's Chrome security team urges caution with some PDF files.
You have a shiny new Google Nexus 7 Android tablet. Now it's time to make it your own with some valuable mobile apps for entertainment, social networking, remote-PC access, instant messaging, sports, gaming and more. Best of all: They're all free.
Windows Essentials Movie maker upgrades video stabilization, sound editing, and titling. Win Essentials Photo Gallery gets a new auto-collage feature.
The industry knows that most music files are swapped offline, notes Torrent Freak. So why is the RIAA still asking ISPs to spy on us?
Use these apps to follow your favorite athlete, get quick results, socially network about the Olympics, play games, or even look up rules for obscure sports.
The new compact interchangeable-lens camera has an APS-C sensor, but it lacks the heft of the Canon’s full-blown digital SLRs.
YouTube has added a face blurring option to the site's built-in photo editor. When users apply the option, YouTube tries to detect and blur all faces automatically.
First, they revolutionized smartphones. Now, app stores for Macs and Windows PCs are changing the way we work on laptops and desktops--for better and for worse.
Closely following a similar announcement for its Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft also said it will release to manufacturers (RTM) its next-generation operating system for the server, Windows Server 2012, next month.