Not a day goes by without a story or fleeting comment on Windows 8's negative sales. Now the New York Times has added “shaky” and “tepid” to the list, but is the overall picture that disappointing?
The Vimtag P1: A great home monitoring cam with a few kinks
JESBOD QY13 sports Bluetooth earphones
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Computer users that pass on Microsoft's new Windows Vista operating system in favor of the company's next OS release could find themselves in the lurch given Microsoft's "poor" track record for shipping new products on...
Authorities in Hong Kong have warned of Internet and email congestion when businesses reopen after the festive break as workers scramble to repair undersea cables hit by a quake last week. Repairs to the data...
1up.com is offering up a new shaky cam (read: not the greatest quality) video of Crysis, Crytek's upcoming next-gen Direct X 10 game. As has been reported previously, Crysis is a new intellectual property and...
Prey, that was resurrected from death a few months ago by 3D Realms, makers of DNF, was at the E3 2005 with the team. Here is an exclusive Prey E3 2005 gameplay video from the...
Bad things do happen to good code. So learned Phil Zimmermann, author of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), which in the early 1990s became the de facto standard for cryptology development on the Internet, according to...