Half-Life is back! But how does the switch to VR stack up?
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Call of Duty takes another stab at battle royale. But is it King of the Hill, or stuck in the Gulag?
Open software, reference printer.
Proprietary APIs don't work, AMD has told us at GamesCom 2011.
The Khronos Group has released the first version of the OpenCL specification right on schedule - AMD, Intel and Nvidia are on board.
Sony has announced that it has pushed back the release of PlayStation Home, but promised an open beta this autumn.
R.E.M. is encouraging fans to download open-source licensed versions of its music videos and to remix them for distribution via YouTube.
Joost has announced that its peer-to-peer Internet TV service is now ready for public consumption - the beta is now open to anyone.
We're PC users here at bit-tech. PC users to the core. That's why, when we first saw pictures of the new iMac being ripped to pieces, we just had to have an evil chuckle. Well, Joe did...
The founder of Wikipedia has revealed some details on his community-developed Internet search service, which is set to hit the net late in 2007.
The loophole that allows consumers to use a Vista upgrade disc for a fresh installation will not be closed. Instead, Microsoft will rely on consumer honesty. Oh the irony.
The software giants are embracing an open source document standard. Has hell frozen over or is it just a fantastic day for free love and free software?
DICE, the Swedish developer of the franchise, has revealed that there will be an open beta for the game in the summer.
March 25 2020 | 14:00
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