This is the games news you need to know for the week of September 19. (There's finally an Xbox One controller built for PCs!)
Maybe the only way we'll ever see Samsung release an all-metal smartphone is if we find a Genie to grant us a wish.
T-Mobile and others report it won't be in stock for several weeks.
With Apple Pay looming, other companies are trying to jump on the mobile payment bandwagon.
Your support strategy should be about more than solving issues. Here's how to make customer support a critical tool for building loyalty.
Apple's CEO met customers and posed for selfies.
Apple fans expressed a preference for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus over the 4.7-inch iPhone 6
A weakness in Apple's Wi-Fi implementation could give hackers access to enterprise wireless networks, researchers said
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You may soon be able to see how much that free app will really cost you.
From Tokyo to Boston to Palo Alto, IDG News Service's Nick Barber and Martyn Williams cover Apple's iPhone 6 launch.
The next version of Android, due out before the end of 2014, will encrypt all devices by default.
The advertisements redirect victims to the Nuclear exploit kit, which tries to install the Zemot malware.
Wasteland 2 embraces its CRPG legacy to become one of the finest--if bleakest--games released in recent memory.
CyanogenMod has an almost one-click installer to install the community-driving ROM onto your Android device.
Mac users have to wait for the release of OS X Yosemite to snag iCloud Drive support.
Apple's iOS 8 fixes enterprise Wi-Fi authentication hijacking flaw
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