Newegg hit by payment detail breach, researchers claim
Same malware as BA.
EC closes its repayment case.
Takes inspiration from Nintendo's success.
Sega has warned that the upcoming PC strategy game, Empire: Total War, is being delayed by around four weeks.
Hackers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have created an augmented reality system which allows them to visualise a shot in billiards before it is taken.
Just a hundred days after its initial beta launch, Google's Chrome web browser has official graduated to 1.0 'production' status - and it's got faster and more secure along the way.
Godfrey Cheng, Director of Technical Marketing in AMD's Graphics Products Group, has said that PhysX will die if it remains a closed and proprietary standard.
HP is to be the first company to release a commercial product based around Boston Power's Sonata Li-Ion battery range, which promises a 1,000 recharge lifespan and a 3 year warranty.
The Khronos Group has released the first version of the OpenCL specification right on schedule - AMD, Intel and Nvidia are on board.
Microsoft has lashed out at Sony's Home program which was released yesterday, saying the entire premise is out of date.
Epic's Mark Rein has refuted rumours that the Unreal Tournament developer is making a third game in the series.
We've not just one mod to feature today, but several! The Planet Express Klan from Madrid teamed up with Intel to speed build the four elements into some very unique cases.
Google has launched a version of the Android-equipped HTC Dream aimed at developers, with writeable flash and a bootloader which will run unsigned code.
Start up Appcelerator has launched a public test build of Titanium, an open source platform for the development of web applications that aims to beat Adobe's Air.
Despite some disappointing sales this year, Electronic Arts is planning to develop and publish sequels to some of this years key titles.
Last year was a good year for gaming and hope were high for this year, but EA for one is disappointed about games sales this year.
Sony has announced it will finally be launching the online PlayStation 3 world, Home, tomorrow.
Google has extended its Book Search service with the additional of content from a variety of magazines - including Men's Health, Popular Science, and New York Magazine.
Following the collapse of Evesham Technology in 2007, a group of ex-employees have teamed up to offer support to former customers.
Microsoft has released its monthly Patch Tuesday updates, and there are six fixes for security holes rated as 'Critical' covering Windows, Internet Explorer, and Office.
Intel has sponsored the release of two new new free-to-play missions for the PC version of Far Cry 2.
Rockstar has detailed the upcoming patch for the PC version of GTA IV, revealing a very limited list of improvements.
Electronic Arts has released the minimum requirements for the PC version of Mirror's Edge.
A report by financial services firm UBS Securities has revealed Intel's plans for next-generation low-power processors explicitly designed for netbook use.
Electronic Arts and 2K Games have announced that they will both license Nvidia's PhysX technology across all of their worldwide studios.
The Internet Watch Foundation has teamed up with a huge number of UK ISPs to implement a transparent proxy system designed to censor objectionable material.
5th Cell, makers of DS platformer Drawn to Life, have announced an incredible looking new game called Scribblenauts.
A new patch for Red Alert 3 has added a new map builder and DRM de-authorization tool to the game.
TorrentFreak has posted a list of the top ten games which were copied and shared over bit-torrent this year.