Rick runs down the highlights of the coming year.
Despite huge ambition, Medal of Honor's VR adventure fails to go beyond the Call of Duty.
Bustin' makes me feel good.
Epic games could even hit Steam.
AMD has announced a deal with Valve to provide its Catalyst drivers over Steam.
EU antitrust regulators have told the music industry that it needs to change the way it licenses music online in Europe.
Stardock has just launched a new digital distribution platform to showcase games like Sins of a Solar Empire.
The latest release of the Fedora Linux distribution has been leaked ahead of its official launch, and one recipient has shared his experiences with the new version of the open-source OS.
Mandriva has announced the release of the 2008 Spring edition of their popular desktop Linux distribution, with plenty of new features - and immediate support for the Asus EeePC.
It is rumoured that the BBC is to team up with Apple to distribute TV shows via the iTunes Store platform as a supplement to its own iPlayer service.
With increasing broadband access and speeds, Adobe plans to make all of its products available through the web in the next decade.
Radiohead's latest album was made available over the Internet for as little as fans wanted to pay, which was too much apparently.
Love it or hate it, digital distribution has become a huge part of the gaming industry and will stay that way. So we decided to take a sit down with the guys at Valve to hear where the biggest platform - Steam - is heading.
The creators of Skype and Kazzaa are now turning their hand towards online video distribution.
Valve has snaffled up a few more classic titles to distribute through its Steam service. How long before Valve control all game distribution?
A French company has designed a tool which will allow games developers to design textures that are 70% smaller in file size. Shocked? I couldn't believe it either...
EA has jumped into bed with Nokia with the hope of revolutionising mobile phone content and distribution. Here's the lowdown.
It appears that Amazon is looking to offer a download service for feature films and video, taking some of the Apple pie.
The MPAA has filed another seven lawsuits against several hubs responsible for distributing copyrighted material.
A new service, launching initially in Europe, aims to put a stop to torrenting by making a legitimate alternative available. Can it succeed?
CES 2006: During tomorrow's scheduled press conference, Google is set to make a number of exciting announcements. We have early details on a couple of those inside...
Like Linux? Hate the hassle of installation? Ubuntu is making waves as 'Linux for mere mortals', and its new release is out.
Valve get hot & steamy with EA, signing a distribution deal for future retail games.
December 11 2020 | 17:30
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