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Nvidia's latest GeForce Experience beta adds a much-needed screenshot tool and new tweaks for Twitch and YouTube Live broadcasts.
If you're running a 64-bit version of Windows 7 or higher there's finally a version of Firefox designed to take advantage of your system.
If there's any company that's been virtually synonymous with growth over the past year or so, it's Slack, and now the team-software vendor is taking a big step to make sure that momentum continues.
Super Mario Bros. 3 never made it to PC even though two of the biggest names in PC gaming history tried to make it happen. Here's what that first early rough cut looked like.
Blair Hanley Frank counts down some of the biggest news and announcements from Microsoft in 2015.
Founded just last year, the four-person startup has been applying data science to making sense of audience trends.
Cloud and mobile computing have created an imperative for the tech world: Change or fail. Here, are the IDG News Service's picks for the top 10 tech stories of 2015.
Machine learning is all about getting computers to "understand" new concepts, but it's still a pretty inefficient process, often requiring hundreds of examples for training. That may soon change, however, thanks to new research published on Friday.
The movie shows 20 different people drawing a novel character (left) and the algorithm predicting how those images were drawn (right)
Hadoop and Apache Spark are both big-data frameworks, but they don't really serve the same purposes.
As Australian collaboration software maker Atlassian made its long-awaited initial public offering in the U.S. on Thursday, its soaring share price offered a strong testament to the company's distinctive sales strategy and long history of profitability.
SAP customers are slowly migrating to the company's Hana in-memory computing platform, but the German software giant still has its work cut out when it comes to increasing adoption.
CCP's thrilling EVE: Valkyrie will be bundled with all preordered Oculus Rift headsets.
Two and a half hours of XCOM 2 and we only watched five of our soldiers die. I think that means we're getting better, right?
Microsoft released the latest version of its System Center Configuration Manager to the world on Tuesday, giving system administrators new tools to manage a fleet of devices across their organization.
The dark days for PC gaming are behind us, but people still keep saying that consoles have more exclusives than PCs. They're wrong.
A cryptic teaser page, the Internet's impatience, and some unmasked source code lead to an early reveal.