Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Despite a shaky beginning, Turtle Rock's cooperative shooter is a worthy successor to Left4Dead.
After years trapped in licensing hell, the classic action-RPG is back. But does it still hold up in the days of Dark Souls?
'We have 44 cards,' says Andrew Gibson.
MIPS, meanwhile, returns to the US.
Sets it back more than $335 million.
Despite ongoing losses, revenue drop.
New deal agreed by majority of shareholders.
AIM listing values the company at £39.4M.
Bumper stock payout for former Windows head.
Cloud gaming service OnLive has closed its doors, only to reopen them again under the same name.
Microsoft has bought popular VOIP service Skype, gaining access to its 600 million users.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has confirmed that he is to sell a chunk of his stock in Microsoft.
Rumours are flying that Microsoft may be about to buy-out EA games.
This is a very dubious rumour, but Apple is apparently thinking to buy EA according to some sources.
VIA reportedly plans to issue 300 million new shares, and the rumour mill reports that VIA is in talks with Nvidia.
Nortel Networks - manufacturer of high-end networking gear - is feeling the credit crunch, filing for bankruptcy protection.
Midway has revealed that the New York Stock Exchange has warned the company that its stock may soon be de-listed.
Intel has restated its Q4 predictions for the second time in two months, warning investors to prepare for a fourteen percent drop in revenue.
Yahoo CEO Jerry Yang has made it clear he wants Microsoft to buy his company.
Rock's former head of sales, Paul Bicknell, stole computers to fund a lifestyle of fast cars and online gambling.
"End of July" for the Q9450, says Scan, as general availability is dire for these new chips.
UPDATED: Yahoo! issues statement that says Microsoft's $44.6 billion offer substantially undervalues the company.
Microsoft's bid to buy Yahoo! has dropped in value. Investor dissatisfaction has caused the value of Microsoft stock to drop by 10 percent.
UPDATED: Microsoft has said that it has formally offered to buy Yahoo! for a massive £22.4 billion - if the deal goes through it'd be the biggest in Internet history.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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