A hyper-stylish FPS, Severed Steel has a great core but lacks the coherence of a great shooter.
Assembling the structure.
Making Crescent Moons.
Intern's project opens smartphones to more people.
Applies only to goods in its Deals programme.
400 jobs for the chopping block.
Change your passwords now.
A mint condition copy of ultra-rare NES game Stadium Events is up for auction, for $21,700.
Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, is suing eleven companies over alleged patent infringement.
AMD's latest Opteron processor - the 12-core 2.2GHz Magny-Cours - has appeared on eBay ahead of its official release.
In a move which admits its past mistakes, eBay has sold 65 percent of its ownership of Skype to a group of private investors - including Netscape founder Andreessen.
Rumour has it that the original founders of voice over IP service Skype are looking to buy the company back from eBay after selling it off in 2005.
Nokia has announced a partnership with eBay-owned VoIP specialist Skype to preload its software onto selected smartphone handsets.
In an effort to stem the tide of feedback selling which has been going on since about a week after the site launched, eBay has moved to prevent the auctioning of digital downloads.
One of the rarest Atari 2600 games ever made, Gamma Attack, is on sale on eBay. For half a million dollars.
EBay has said it plans to overhaul its feedback system, and as a result it will prevent sellers from leaving negative feedback about their customers.
As part of a charity effort, the guys at Penny Arcade are auctioning off the chance to be featured in the upcoming Peter Molyneux game, Fable 2.
It seems that we can't go a single week without a lawsuit in the technology world and this week is no exception. The musician Prince is now suing... the Internet!
A brand new PSP mod hits eBay, boasting a gorgeous exterior and a stunning carry case. Even better, a portion of the profits go to charity, so get bidding!
eBay has pulled out of Google's AdWords scheme over a marketing stunt that has turned sour.
Atari is auctioning off some of its oldest stuff via Sotheby's auction house, from original concept art for Dig Dug to draft manuals.
Are you surprised that nobody wants to work with Uwe Boll? Neither are we, but we are surprised that he thinks people will pay to work with him.
An unnamed software pirate has been sued for his profits plus a blistering $205,000 USD fine, which was settled out of court on Tuesday. How's that for burn?
New charity auction starts on eBay for a Nintendo DS signed by Miyamoto, Iwata and Mario.
Possibly the nicest DS Lite mod ever has just gone up for auction and, with a portion of profit going to charity theres no reason not to bid.
September 23 2021 | 09:05
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