Made by the team behind the joyously beautiful Ico, The Last Guardian has been “coming soon” for many, many years, leading some to speculate that it might have been quietly killed off behind the scenes.
For the past five years, one company has dominated the handheld games market. Sure, its major competitor fights a good fight, but there’s no doubting who’s boss.
An Oxfordshire-based cyber security company has been valued at just over £1bn in the first of what is expected to be a series of tech flotations on the London Stock Exchange this year.
The nostalgics have won. That was the defining message of this year’s E3 expo in Los Angeles.
Social service Pinterest has doubled its number of users in the UK in the past year as Britons “pinned” 1.6bn items with DIY and recipes among their favourite topics.
Apple’s early-adopting, outspoken co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks humans will be fine if robots take over the world because we’ll just become their pets.
Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp on Thursday announced plans to spin off The Match Group.
Will Reginald's decision to shake the boat so close to the end of the season cause trouble for their domestic success?
There are robot insects bursting in through the walls.
Facebook has been accused of putting users at risk “of rape and death threats” by a journalist who was banned from the social networking site for using a pseudonym.
It is hard to miss the warnings. In the race to make computers more intelligent than us, humanity will summon a demon, bring forth the end of days, and code itself into oblivion. Instead of silicon assistants we’ll build silicon assassins.
Warhammer is a range of tabletop strategy games; Total War is a series of historical battle simulations. Combining the two should have produced a black hole of nerdiness so unapproachable it would crush all mortals. Strangely, however, this is probably the most accessible each game has been for years.