According to reports, Nook Media, owned by Barnes & Noble, is set to be bought by Microsoft.
With Google Glass nearly upon us, is Google finally set to open retail stores?
Creative Suite is going subscription-only and being rebranded as Creative Cloud.
Microsoft has seemingly confirmed that the new Xbox won't require an always-on Internet connection.
This pass-through Powerline kit can be an Airplay receiver, print server and USB storage NAS.
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Google Reader may be shutting down but it looks like there will be plenty of alternatives to choose from.
AMD has outlined more details of its upcoming HSA, introducing Heterogeneous Unified Memory Access.
Nvidia has developed a new computationally low realistic fluid animation algorithm.
Intel's new flagship desktop processor has been benchmarked, showing a 10% performance boost.
British Telecom is to launch a mobile phone service after securing a portion of 4G spectrum.
Microsoft has revealed it will be unveiling the new Xbox for the first time on 21 May.
Microsoft has confirmed its Windows-running tablet will soon be hitting Blighty's shores.
The first phones to run Firefox OS have gone on sale, sold out and crashed the company's website.
Get a Dremel 8200, 65 accessories and carry case for under £180.
An animatronics expert has built himself a giant six-legged robot in which to ride.
Eric Schmidt has come out in defence of Google's 'immoral' tax avoidance policy.
Wargaming reveals a security incident may have compromised some user information.
Taking retro game hacks to extremes, Project Unity combines 15 original consoles in one box.
Dremel adds a host of new accessories for its recently announced oscillating tool.
I loved but also loathed Bioshock Infinite and here are the 10 reasons why.
Take to the streets of Dunwall again, this time controlling the assassin Daud.
Light Light's latest music video tracks cursors then plays them back over the video.
March 12 2019 | 19:11
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