Don't-Miss Software Stories
Plus no Assassin's Creed in 2016, a sequel to Watch Dogs, and Quantum Break unveils a PC version. This is gaming news for February 8 - 12.
SourceForge wants to be a trusted repository of open source software. Its first step is killing DevShare, the revenue sharing bundleware program.
You could get a little money back because Uber's driver background checks aren't really "industry leading."
Users of Box Capture can scan a document with their iPhone's camera and then share and collaborate on it just as they would any other document on Box.
Archive.org's Windows 3.1 section brings SkiFree and JezzBall to your web browser.
Image recognition has become increasingly critical in applications ranging from smartphones to driverless cars, and on Wednesday UCLA opened up to the public a new algorithm that promises big gains.
Skype announced a new set of animated "Mojis" Wednesday aimed at letting users express their love, with some help from Paul McCartney.
Hitman's odd development and newly-announced episodic structure had us worried, but a few hours with the game assuaged most of our concerns.
Google announced Tuesday that it will warn users when they may want to be careful about revealing sensitive information over email with a pair of new security features.
If company CEOs can be replaced by computers, why not the president of the United States?
For some reason, Facebook's iPhone app is still a huge drain on your battery.
So much for experiments in multiplayer storytelling.
Plus: new trailers for Mirror's Edge, Far Cry Primal, Hitman, and more. This is gaming news for February 1 - 5.
One by one, artificial intelligence has overcome the obstacles set before it. Is this all part of an inevitable trend leading to humanity's obsolescence -- or, at least, unemployment?
It's like the Winter Sale, time-shifted two months into the future.