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New Video Game Sparks Old Question

Controversial video games are nothing new (just ask Rockstar Games), but does there come a point where we draw the line?

How Did You Shoot That Photo? The Metadata Knows...

Can't remember the digital magic behind your favorite photos? The camera's got you covered. Here's how to find out what it knows.

Google's Everlasting Cookies

Google has announced that its cookies will now expire after two years of google-inactivity. It sounds nice, but the privacy impact is negligible.

Intel gets serious about mobile Linux

The chip maker's Moblin project aims to unite the Linux community on portable Internet devices.

Commodore's Comeback

Can a 25-year-old tech brand be resurrected? The Dutch have faith.

Windows Vista, Now with SP1

Early adopters of Windows Vista may soon get to be early adopters of the OS's first Service Pack, with a BETA release planned for this week.

E-Voting Screwup Puts Medical Marijuana Back On The Ballot

After election officials in Alameda County let e-voting data disappear before a recount could be conducted, the court puts the proposition back on the ballot.

Avoiding Wireless Network Driver and Firmware Gotchas

The road between your network adapter or router and the right driver or firmware can be a bumpy one. Avoid frying your hardware with these tips.

Go Go Gadget Modding!

Got Vista? If so, you have Gadgets. And, you can slap them some new skin!