Valve is now planing to expand, adding non-gaming software starting on September 5.
Microsft's Windows 8 RTM build '8888' likely to be the final stage for an August release.
Final build for Windows 8 RTM will be build number 9200
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Starting from February 29 The Pirate Bay will only use magnet links.
The GNOME Project announced yesterday, February 9th, the immediate availability for download and testing of the fifth development release of the upcoming GNOME 3.4 desktop environment, which brings assorted bugfixes and improvements.
Google's Chrome web browser is now available for Android on the Android Market.
One of the largest BitTorrent indexes on the Internet, has decided to shut down.
This are the latest updates that where added in January.
The latest version of Thunderbird now has a built-in web search along with several improvements.
Microsoft has launched the "30 to launch" campaign aimed to help developers create and update application to be compatible with Windows Phone.
WordPress.com created a Google Chrome extension that simplifies things you can do on the site.
Twitter announced that it now has the technology to selectively block tweets on a country by country basis
Valve released a Steam application available for iOS and Android.
Windows 8 beta will be released to the public in late February.
Oracle has released version 11 of Solaris, the Unix-based operating system the company acquired when it purchased Sun Microsystems in 2010.
Software developer Adobe Systems is halting development of its Flash Player plug-in for mobile devices.
Valve Steam hacked, possible encrypted credit card information stolen.
Download Firefox 8 today ahead of the official scheduled for November 8.
Latest Firefox Beta with Enhanced Performance.
Google removes over 11+ million .co.cc sites from its search results.
Mozilla launches version 5 of its flagship browser Mozilla FireFox.
Microsoft outbids Facebook and Google managing to buy Skype for $8.5 billion in cash.
The social bookmarking service Delicious was acquired by the founders of YouTube, Chad Hurley and Steve Chen.
Microsoft unbans ALL banned Xbox Consoles.
Sony PlayStation Network has been breached. Private data from 77 million users has been stolen.
Version 7.0 of the popular open-source IDE and application platform NetBeans has been released.