Steam has started separating its users into two tiers, essentially creating a barrier between those that pay up and those that don't. If you spend less than $5 your access to features will be limited.
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Microsoft is now showing off how Xbox One console owners will connect with their online friends in a new video that shows the Friends app in action for the first time.
Microsoft has confirmed that voice chat won't be possible between the Xbox One and Xbox 360, but says that users will still be able to send and receive text messages between the two consoles.
Talent agent Micah Johnson was able to screencap some very unusual activity from Facebook. The social network wanted to charge $100 to deliver a message as part of a new counter-spam initiative.
Facebook is a great source for catching up with long-lost friends or keeping in touch with family all over the world, but a new study suggests that the number of Facebook friends you have is...
It was just confirmed that the Fall Dashboard update will be released next Tuesday, December 4th. One of the new features that will be part of the release is 'Friends of Friends.' With this new...
Boy, Sega is on a roll today! SEGA® of America, Inc. and SEGA Europe Ltd. today announced an exclusive agreement with the award-winning production studio, Mondo Media, to create video game content based on the...
It has been reported that a 13 year-old has used his school's Internet connection to spend a total of about $1.4m on a friend's eBay account. Purchases included a helicopter, jet aircraft, motorbike and pickup...
Powerful computer and telecommunications companies are allying with upstart file-swapping service Kazaa in a bid to overhaul the way record labels are paid for music and other content distributed on the Net. Stung by...