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A judge in the Netherlands ruled this week that stealing virtual goods is a crime.
Get your Guitar Hero globetrotting geek on, Activision Blizzard's band-in-a-box spectacular is about to appear on a shelf near you.
Microsoft on Thursday responded to user outrage over a new anti-piracy plug-in that blacks out the screen of computers loaded with pirated software.
Microsoft is preparing for the 2010 (or earlier) launch of Windows Vista's successor, touted as a faster, stripped-down refresh of the much-maligned OS.
Microsoft is releasing an emergency Windows security patch on Thursday.
One of the oldest rumors in the gaming world has finally been confirmed: LucasArts and Bioware are developing a massively multiplayer online Star Wars game. It's called "The Old Republic."
The investment firm that has taken a 21 percent stake in Sun Microsystems says that Sun is a software company.
A handful of West Virginia voters say e-voting machines switched their votes from Democratic to Republican candidates during...
AT&T has just announced the official release date for the BlackBerry Bold, Nov. 4. The smartphone will offer a number of firsts giving the G1 some solid competition.
Forget cutting and pasting. Word users can easily append one or more documents.
Google said that starting next week, any developer can upload applications to the Android Market.
The first day of sales for the first Android phone was relatively quiet, especially compared to the iPhone launch.
Think Apple will be content to let this upstart phone challenge its dominance? Think again!
Welcome, Android developers -- now get busy cranking out those apps.
NetSuite is hoping to entice Salesforce CRM customers with a new discount offer.
Arriving along with the official launch of T-Mobile's G1 is Google's Android Market, a place where G1 owners can download mobile applications.
Nokia is embracing open source with its Symbian mobile operating system. That pits Google's Android against Nokia's Symbian. How will things shake out?
AT&T reports a 5.5 percent increase in net income for the third quarter, largely due to demand for iPhone 3G service.