It's one of 2018's best games, and now you can pick up Subnautica for free—as long as you do so soon, and are willing to make an Epic Games Store account.
AMD has refreshed and upgraded their premiere software suite with a bevy of new features ahead of 2019.
Alcatel has renewed their partnership with the Sydney Rabbitohs, revealed strong 2018 growth and talked up their plans for 2019.
The Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) will offer customers Apple Pay in January, it announced today.
A Reddit user has created an awesome web player for Apple Music.
It may no longer be possible to play Fortnite or PUBG in China after findings from a government established group suggests that the titles may violate the country's social and ethical rules
Microsoft's selected 12 deals for its "12 Faves" holiday deals promotion. A discounted Surface Laptop 2 is by far the best bargain, though a $499 Dell Inspiron 15 and a cheaper Surface Pro 6 are also worth checking out.
The classic LucasArts adventure game about a man, a motorcycle, and a whole lot of butt-kicking is free for the next 48(ish) hours. Go grab Full Throttle in GOG.com's Winter sale!
Samsung announces two versions of the Samsung Notebook 9 Pen for 2019, with key performance upgrades that include Thuinderbolt and a discrete GPU in the larger 15-inch model.
Case maker Olixar has provided Galaxy S10 renders to Mobile Fun, and they answer a lot of the questions we have about Samsung's next flagship phone.
No notch, no 'punch hole', just a huge screen with almost no bezel... and a second screen on the back. Say hello to the Vivo Nex Dual Display.
Australian streaming service Stan has inked a new deal that will see Disney-produced movies and TV shows come to the platform.
Microsoft reveals that users who manually ask for Windows 10 updates during the latter half of the month may receive code being beta-tested in advance of its official Patch Tuesday.
A Microsoft job posting hints that Microsoft will offer a Microsoft 365 subscription for consumers in the near future. But what consumers services does Microsoft have left to offer?
Intel's first major CPU core update in years kicks the chip giant back into high gear. Meet Sunny Cove.
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