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Gone, but not forgotten: The biggest gaming trends of 2012, and the impact they will have on the years to come

2012 was a transitory one for gaming, as the industry slowly prepared itself for the transition towards the next generation of consoles, even as it explored new business models to keep it relevant post-recession. We look back on the 10…
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Why haven’t ubiquitous user reviews banished bad products from virtual shelves?

The user review has been around online shopping practically since online shopping’s been around, but it doesn’t appear to have affected the quality of products that are produced. Why not?

Nexus 4 image surfaces without glittery back cover, customers allegedly report change in design

An image of the Nexus 4 without its signature sparkly back plate has surfaced online.

Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG and SLS AMG to downsize with a 4.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V8

This blown V8 should match the power of the 6.2-liter engine in the current C63 and SLS, but could deliver better fuel economy and lower emissions.

Ubuntu goes mobile: OS for smartphones officially announced, first device to launch in 2014

A mobile version of the desktop software Ubuntu for smartphones has officially been revealed.

Alan Wake 2? Remedy hints it’s not done with the horror series

Alan Wake wasn't the hit that Microsoft thought it would be when the game came out in 2010, but from the sound of things, developer Remedy Entertainment is going to get a shot at making Alan Wake 2.

The state of the browser war as we enter 2013

The face of Internet browsing continues to shift, ever-so-slowly, with Internet Explorer's market share dropping as more people take up Google's Chrome alternative.

Unlimited streaming porn coming to Wii U

The Wii U is a very family-friendly console, but the kind people at SugarDVD are working on an app that will also allow the machine to satisfy a person's more base desires.

Intel’s rumored set-top box is already facing delays

Facing sluggish support from content distributors, Intel's rumored set-top box will have to wait before it can change how we watch TV.

Capcom: We’re focusing on new titles for Nintendo Wii U, not ports

The Nintendo Wii U is entering its first full year as a competitor in the video game industry and it needs exclusive games to capture people's attention. Capcom at least is planning to support it with new exclusives rather than ports of old…

Windows 8, Steambox, and the future of PC gaming

As Microsoft shakes up the PC industry, Valve prepares its response to the Windows 8 “catastrophe.”

NASDAQ delists THQ following bankruptcy filing

THQ's financial fall continues as the company has been dropped from the NASDAQ stock exchange following a dip in value resulting from the firm's recent Chapter 11 filing.