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Cloudflare's new Universal SSL service gives encrypted web a big boost, doubling the number of sites using HTTPS connections from two to four million.
When iOS 8 users experienced some bugs with the software, Apple released 8.0.1 to try to fix them, but that caused even more bugs. Apple released another update meant to fix both.
Bethesda isn't providing a list of minimum specs.
Major League Gaming has a new arena in North America.
Sony has already landed a deal with Viacom.
Qualcomm has launched the Vuforia Software Development Kit (SDK) for Digital Eyewear.
Here's a secure way to make calls and send texts.
Windows 9 will likely go RTM before the end of the year.
SEGA reveals the details regarding Alien: Isolation's Survivor Mode and Season Pass.
Rockstar explains why the PC version doesn't debut until next year.
As expected, Minecraft's creator is leaving once Microsoft acquires Mojang.
Will Mojang take the Microsoft bait?
Looks like Verizon is going to put its Intel Media acquisition into good use.
The game isn't hitting the PC until next year.
The latest rumor sees the Oculus Rift beta arriving in April 2015.
The minimum requirements aren't too shabby.
AMD has launched a "Space Edition" of its Never Settle rewards program.
Here's a way developers can create applications for the Internet of Things.
New Windows and Windows Phone Store policies have forced a large number of apps to be kicked out.
LG Electronics' upcoming smartwatch has a circular display.