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  1. Firefox Notably Improved In Tom's Hardware's Latest Browser Showdown
  2. Rambo: The Video Game to emerge from the jungle at Gamescom
  3. Controlling Linux Using an Android Phone As Mouse, Keyboard, and Gamepad
  4. Court lifts ban on Galaxy Nexus
  5. Samsung rumoured to be launching Surface competitor
  6. Microsoft: Windows 8 To RTM In August
  7. Internet Explorer Market Share Drops To Almost 15%
  8. HP expands all-in-one PC range with Compaq, Envy and Pavilion
  9. Cloud Security: What You Need To Know To Lock It Down
  10. Activision's first UK mobile game is Pitfall, not Call of Duty
  11. Phantasy Star Online 2 seems Westward bound
  12. Steam Summer Sale - full list leaked
  13. Microsoft to acquire Perceptive Pixel, pair up with 82-inch touchscreen manufacturer
  14. Is Google selling the Nexus 7 at a loss?
  15. Google fined for bypassing Apple Safari settings
  16. EA releases The Sims 3 Diesel Stuff Pack
  17. WD introduces new hard drive category
  18. HTML5 'is the future of gaming'
  19. Raspi contest to get the kids programming
  20. Steve Ballmer: We Won't Be Out-Innovated By Apple Anymore
  21. Valve Will Let Gamers Pick Games To Appear On Steam
  22. Web Exploit Found That Customizes Attack For Windows, Mac, and Linux
  23. Turbulenz: Developers should target HTML5, not smartphones
  24. Gamers 'asked' for digital-only Euro 2012 game
  25. Nexus Q hacked to launch apps, gets remote control web app
  26. Kouziro crafts wired-only, 21.5-inch Android 4.0 mega tablet
  27. SWTOR announces new free trial, referral reward, and Allies promotion
  28. Google Now knows everything about you
  29. Turning the InnoTab into a Linux Tablet
  30. Is It Time To End Our Love Affair With the QWERTY Keyboard?
  31. A Fresh Look At Multi-Screen PC Gaming
  32. Microsoft Revokes Trust In 28 of Its Own Certificates
  33. Kickstarter to allow UK projects from Autumn
  34. Valve has "no plans to change" despite Euro ruling
  35. Tiny Wings 2 is free!
  36. Star Wars: The Old Republic gets free-to-play trial
  37. Halo 4 will work with Surface tablet
  38. Microsoft advises nuking Windows Gadgets after security hole discovery
  39. Winscape virtual window makes the leap to Kinect in 4K-capable, 6-screen glory
  40. Tech Focus: Tablet Wars
  41. Surface only a "design point" says Ballmer
  42. Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD gleaming the cube on PC as well
  43. Yahoo hacked, 453,000 passwords leaked
  44. PC Sales Are Flat-Lining
  45. Microsoft Kills Windows Gadgets Via Security Update
  46. CowboyNeal On Dota 2, Modern Games, and Software Development
  47. GammaTech rugged T7Q launches at $2k and up, promptly steals your iPad's lunch money
  48. Nexus 7 pre-orders ship to some customers -- has yours?
  49. Triple-screen gaming setups put under the microscope, deemed an attainable luxury
  50. Zombie HQ rips past 1m downloads in ten days
  51. World of Warcraft gets turned into Mega Bloks
  52. Playing Pong or Breakout on the Nexus Q
  53. Google starts shipping Nexus 7 pre-orders, writes a rhyme to celebrate
  54. NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 and 670 round-up: which overclocked card is the one for you?
  55. Sapphire hard drive designed to last one million years
  56. Windows 8 Mail Leaves Users Pining For the Desktop or Even Their Phones
  57. Samsung Series 7 Gamer review: the company's first gaming laptop makes its way to the
  58. New 'Reloaded Edition' of Alien Arena Open Source FPS Released
  59. Steam Summer Sale, Day 4: Saints Row: The Third, Walking Dead, Indie Bundle 4 and mor
  60. Renegade Kid's Mutant Mudds coming to PC
  61. Awesomenauts PC release confirmed
  62. Sega incorporates Wreck-It-Ralph within latest game
  63. Thirty Years of Clamshell Computing
  64. Microsoft previews the new Office 2013
  65. Nexus Q hacked to run CM9 and XBMC, inches closer to usefulness
  66. Kontron preps first Tegra 3-based Mini-ITX board, homebrew gets an ARMful
  67. Command and Conquer: Tiberium Alliances celebrates 1 million players
  68. Half of tablet users say they engage with ads more than once a week
  69. HTC "will definitely launch a new tablet"
  70. Tiberium Alliances surpasses one million users
  71. Microsoft delves into Windows 8 touchscreen keyboard design, wants us to be extra-com
  72. Google Nexus 7 to get OnLive controller support
  73. Origin update 9.0 streamlines friends list, library, clock
  74. Zenimax: Open platform makes PC best for MMOs
  75. Windows 8 Release Date: October 26th
  76. Dell To Offer Ubuntu Laptops Again
  77. Debian Derivative Optimized for the Raspbery Pi Released
  78. Blizzard introducing new Diablo III limits
  79. Intel expects 20 Windows 8 tablets this year
  80. EU deepens Microsoft investigation amidst claims Windows RT tablets block rival brows
  81. Enyo 2.0 released in finished form, shares webOS' web app legacy with everyone
  82. Hero Academy's Team Fortress 2 team sounds pretty powerful
  83. Star Wars: The Old Republic bringing HK-51 into the game as a companion
  84. Mozilla's Firefox 14 encrypts Google search
  85. RuneScape surpasses 200 million registered users
  86. Shadowrun Online chases $500k on Kickstarter
  87. Microsoft Apologizes For Inserting Naughty Phrase Into Linux Kernel
  88. Microsoft Office 2013 Not Compatible With Windows XP, Vista
  89. HTML5 Splits Into Two Standards
  90. Startup Turns Fixing Your Grandma's PC Into a Game
  91. EA research said Dead Space 1&2 were too scary
  92. Firefox 15 beta boasts support for Opus audio format, reduces add-on memory leaks
  93. Patent Troll Claims Minecraft Infringement
  94. Linux 3.5 Released
  95. Steam Summer Sale, Day 10: Batman Arkham City, Torchlight, Quantum Conundrum and more
  96. Street Fighter X Tekken DLC delayed on Steam
  97. Steam Summer Sale, final day: BioShock, Bastion, Double Fine bundle
  98. Staples Executive Outs Six New Kindle Fire Tablets
  99. DayZ-inspired 'The War Z' announced
  100. Mojang sued for alleged patent infringement in Android version of Minecraft
  101. LG's 27-inch V720 all-in-one PCs pop up on Flickr, IPS and optional Ivy Bridge in tow
  102. 16GB Nexus 7 Sold Out On Google Play Store
  103. Skyrim update 1.7 beta available now on Steam
  104. Shoot Many Robots: Arena Kings is a standalone F2P competitive shooter
  105. Diablo 3 exploit makes wizards invulnerable
  106. 4G-enabled BlackBerry PlayBook due on July 31st?
  107. O2 offers free wifi across London for Olympics
  108. Google opens YouTube studio in London
  109. Mists of Pandaria will launch on September 25th
  110. ASRock A55M-DGS: The world's first Windows 8-certified AMD Motherboard
  111. RuneScape going multi-platform
  112. Windows 8 Graphics: Microsoft Has Hardware-Accelerated Everything
  113. Apple Wins EU Ban of Smaller Samsung Tablet, Demands $2.5 Billion In Damages
  114. Seton Hall Uni to distract students with Windows 8 tablet handouts (video)
  115. Windows 8 streamlines printing, puts old architecture on the chopping block
  116. Huawei outs MediaPad 7 Lite with Ice Cream Sandwich, doesn't tell us when it's coming
  117. Fujitsu Stylistic M532 Android tablet cozies up to the FCC
  118. MSI GT60 and GT70 gaming laptops get NVIDIA GTX 680M graphics, available now from $1,
  119. Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 Pro quad core dev tablet now available for $1,299
  120. Microsoft Surface prices leaked
  121. Microsoft Flight and Project Columbia axed
  122. Gabe Newell: Windows 8 is 'a catastrophe'
  123. Madfinger Android app suffers 80% piracy rate
  124. Notch worries PC gaming is owned by Steam
  125. Steam gaining traction on low-end PCs
  126. Google Glasses could offer real life subtitles
  127. Project Glass will sport automatic photo-capture
  128. World's Most Powerful x86 Supercomputer Boots Up in Germany
  129. Star Wars: The Old Republic grabs six nominations in GDC Online Awards
  130. Apple denied Galaxy Nexus and Tab ban in Germany
  131. Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition arrives Sept. 18, discounted pre-orders now open
  132. Crytek's Warface coming to Europe, US and Australia
  133. Blizzard exec echoes 'Windows 8 catastrophe' comments
  134. Swedish retailer admits Surface prices were false
  135. Bethesda: Skyrim's Dawnguard DLC not announced for PS3, PC
  136. Microsoft admits Surface might ruffle OEM feathers, vindicates Acer in annual report
  137. ScummVM 1.5.0 "Picnic Basket" Released
  138. Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition has cross-platform playability
  139. Is this a 10-inch BlackBerry Playbook?
  140. Microsoft announces latest peripherals
  141. Surface to land on October 26th
  142. Modding site ModDB turns 10
  143. Ubisoft Uplay DRM Found To Include a Rootkit
  144. OnLive expands to Belgium
  145. Wikipad specs get real: 10.1-inch 1,280 x 800 display, 1.4 GHz Tegra 3, Jelly Bean
  146. First GHz Edition Radeon HD 7970 hits shelves, throws $699 wrench into AMD's pricing
  147. Samsung Retina-like 11.8-inch tablet in the works according to court docs
  148. Skyrim update 1.7 live on Steam, Dawnguard details 'this week'
  149. Planetside 2 beta delayed to end of the week to add more 'awesome'
  150. CEA: 29 per cent of online Americans own a tablet
  151. Hitman: Sniper Challenge begins
  152. Microsoft Unveils Outlook.com, Hotmail's Successor
  153. Microsoft Releases Batch of Windows 8 Input Devices
  154. DayZ approaches 1m registered users as creator talks standalone
  155. Sony Xperia Tablet leaked from internal slides: Surface-style keyboard and tentative
  156. It's official: SWTOR is going free-to-play
  157. SimCity Social has over 10 million monthly active users
  158. Windows 8 reaches RTM milestone
  159. Google Chrome 21 launches with retina display support for Macs
  160. Windows 8 Indie Game Dev camp coming to London
  161. Windows 8 Is Ready
  162. No cuts necessary for Borderlands 2
  163. Tech Focus: The Evolution of Steam and the "Windows 8 Catastrophe"
  164. Minecraft's 1.3.1 update goes live, go get your trade on
  165. It's alive! 4G LTE BlackBerry PlayBook isn't just a rumour any more
  166. Facebook admits it has more than 83 million fake user accounts
  167. Is It Time For an OpenGL Gaming Revolution?
  168. Rome II will be 'Total War's Saving Private Ryan'
  169. Windows 8's stock apps get pictured, tease its final build
  170. Diablo III cannibalized WoW admits Blizzard
  171. Rise of the Triad reboot coming
  172. StarCraft II skillsets similar to online poker, says Playhem
  173. World of Warcraft has 9.1 million subscribers, down by a million since May
  174. Microsoft forced to ditch 'Metro' name
  175. EA announces The Sims 3 Seasons
  176. Should Valve Start Their Own Steam Linux Distro?
  177. Damn Small Linux Rises From the Dead With a 4.11 RC1 Release
  178. Why We Love Firefox, and Why We Hate It
  179. John Carmack: Kudos To Valve, But Linux Is Still Not a Viable Gaming Market
  180. EA Sues Zynga For Copying Sims Game
  181. Why the Tablet Market is Really the iPad Market
  182. Star Wars Galaxies changes a "complete and utter fail", says SOE president
  183. The Clone Wars: Zynga bites back, says EA doesn't understand copyright
  184. SOE says SWTOR going free was the "right decision"
  185. Leaked Rogers memo details its BlackBerry Playbook 4G LTE pricing options
  186. Shadowrun Comes To Linux, MMO Planned
  187. Jace Hall is out for Blood, asks fans what they want in a remake
  188. Zynga and Hasbro make CityVille Monopoly, more, for when you're board
  189. New BlazBlue game 'Chrono Phantasma' hits arcades this winter
  190. Rise of the Triad's return will cost $14.99; free DLC planned
  191. Final Fantasy VII PC released early, then pulled
  192. Linux Left 4 Dead 2 outperforms Direct X Windows version
  193. The Sims 3 swamps the PC charts
  194. ArmA II mod DayZ creeps closer to one million unique players
  195. Steam top ten: Skyrim add-on Dawnguard gets the gold
  196. Samsung launches Galaxy Note 10.1
  197. Valve's next-gen engine outed by Source Filmmaker
  198. Google Chrome claims one-third of global browser share, according to StatCounter
  199. Windows 8 may not let you boot to the desktop, demands you accept not-Metro
  200. Apps and price sway tablet buyers
  201. Microsoft told to "think twice" about Surface
  202. Microsoft launches Windows 8 site for developers
  203. MS-DOS Not Stolen, New Forensic Analysis Concludes
  204. Dark Reign 2 Goes Open Source
  205. Half-Life Source: First Black Mesa footage surfaces
  206. Gamer makes $10,000 from Diablo III Auction House
  207. Sony takes SOEmote live for EverQuest II, lets gamers show their true CG selves (vide
  208. AMD launches its next-gen FirePro graphics card lineup, we go hands-on at SIGGRAPH (v
  209. Windows 8 built-in games now called Xbox Windows, Microsoft's naming synergy continue
  210. Engadget's back to school guide 2012: tablets
  211. PCGamesN launching ten new channels
  212. Zynga details new browser game ChefVille
  213. Valve's Half-Life 3 silence is the right strategy, says id's Tim Willits
  214. 'Mature' Star Wars 1313 is 'for adults, not psychopaths'
  215. OpenTTD v1.2.2 RC1
  216. Intel's Thin Mini-ITX platform gets stuffed inside a monitor
  217. GNOME Developers Lay Out Plans for GNOME OS
  218. Microsoft Reaffirms Default Do-Not-Track For IE10, Windows 8 Express Setup
  219. Mobile broadband tablet market to increase by 700% in five years
  220. Gameforge cancels Star Trek: Infinite Space
  221. Productivity and Creativity Software Coming To Steam
  222. Game Informer now third largest magazine in US
  223. Ring in 5 years of Super Stardust HD with $7.99 bundle on PSN
  224. Valve launching non-game software on Steam this September
  225. They Bleed Pixels jumps from XBLIG to Steam
  226. Google Chrome for Windows gets more secure Flash player, gives users a browsing sandb
  227. Engadget's back to school guide 2012: ultraportables
  228. Disney launches digital UK games portal; EMEA release to follow
  229. Angry Birds prepare to invade Mars
  230. Microsoft Surface 2 on the way?
  231. Valve adds creativity and productivity software to its Steam offering
  232. Impossible Studios making Infinity Blade: Dungeons
  233. GAME OF THE DAY: Slender
  234. Assassin's Creed 3 PC release date confirmed
  235. Battle.net hacked
  236. Swapping out Eee PC BGA chip for 1.6 GHz upgrade
  237. You Can't Bypass the UI Formerly Known As Metro On Windows 8
  238. Microsoft Working On "Surface 2" Tablet
  239. Tomb Raider reboot inspired by Bond and Batman
  240. Engadget's back to school guide 2012: mainstream laptops
  241. Nexuiz both on sale and free-to-play this weekend via Steam
  242. 'Kong King' map added to Team Fortress 2, inspired by Sleeping Dogs
  243. 'AMC The Walking Dead Social Game' seeking brains in open beta
  244. Hero Academy admits students today on Steam
  245. Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 Student Edition let loose at Best Buy ahead of schedule, gets unboxe
  246. Steam top ten sellers chart: August 5-11
  247. The 7th Guest Enhanced Soundtrack Released by James Woodcock for ScummVM
  248. Valve cuts IP protected axe from DOTA2
  249. Barnes & Noble Cuts Prices on Nook Color, Tablet
  250. Mind Candy mobile debut: Moshi Monsters Village and Lost Island