The open-source Opus Audio Codec could transform what we hear and how we hear it on the Web.
Intel's Wi-Fi-on-a-chip technology moves us several steps closer to "the Internet of Things," where everything from your toaster to your garage door opener is on a network.
Eleven independent developers are banding together for this year's Xbox Live Indie Games Uprising, with a curated suite of original games available for a paltry $11.
NVIDIA's new graphics card will help keep the Mac Pro relevant for professional users, at least for now
When an App Store mishap sent an unfinished game on sale by accident, Double Fine Games turned the potentially company-destroying screw-up into a bonding experience with fans.
Hackers took off with $250,000 worth of Bitcoins from the Bitfloor currency exchange, leaving the site's reserves tapped and users wondering how to get their money back.
Adobe Anywhere shifts the hard number crunching of video editing to a server, allowing even ultraportable PCs to edit as if they were workstations.
Fans worried that the next Splinter Cell will be a stealthless shooter will be reassured by this sneaktastic video.
Freeverse, one of the great Mac and iOS game developers, has laid off over two-thirds of its staff, and its future is murky.
Guild Wars developers ArenaNet stopped by Reddit to explain, in gory detail, why certain gamers got kicked out of the fantasy world.