Those who own Windows phones and tablets can finally download and use an official Steam app on their devices. Windows had been without a Steam app until now, while iOS and Android devices have had it years.
A software patch from Microsoft isn't playing ball with certain computers running Windows 7. The details are technical, but herein lies the tale. Once upon a time (well, in March), Microsoft rolled out
Barack Obama will have made his mark on the world, for better or worse, after eight years as president. But German Chancellor Angela Merkel was in power long before Obama arrived on the world stage — will
Israel’sopenly gay Eurovision contestant Hovi Star has complained that Russian border officials tore up his passport and laughed at him as he entered the country on a pre-Eurovision tour with other performers.
Skype integration is also gone in favor of an upcoming universal app. Microsoft is trying hard to unify Windows 10 across devices, so now your PC can act like a phone. The latest Windows 10 Mobile Insider
(CNN) — A day after Prince's death stunned his fans and fellow musicians, the work of finding out why the music icon died began in earnest Friday. An autopsy was conducted Friday at the Midwest Medical
World President Obama on Friday defended his controversial op-ed in a London newspaper urging the British to vote to stay in the European Union, saying he was merely offering his thoughts — and that he
PEEBLES, Ohio — Authorities believe at least one gunman is on the loose who killed eight members of one family "execution-style" early Friday in four separate homes in this rural Ohio community, but a
EU Referendum Logo In his January 2013 Bloomberg Speech, David Cameron announced he would seek a “new settlement” for Britain in Europe, promising to win a host of concessions from Brussels that would
But the Academy voters don't always get it right. Tucked away in the 89 years of Oscar ceremonies are best picture winners that quickly vanish from the zeitgeist, never to be heard from again. That's because
(CNN) — Investigations into the series of terrorist attacks that killed more than 120 people in Paris are moving forward, with people taken into custody and two of the gun-wielding suicide bombers identified.
Security officials and experts have predicted that an unprecedented attack was in the offing, and would be nigh impossible to thwart. "Determined guys who are prepared to die, who have studied their target