Facebook's future will depend on increasing ad revenue and turning into the acquisitions of Instagram, WhatsApp and Oculus in profits.
Activist investor Carl Icahn has embarked on a new campaign to encourage Apple to increase returns to shareholders by arguing the iPhone maker’s shares should be trading at nearly double their current price – $240 each, rather than $128.
There's plenty of scenes shown off from CD Projekt RED's latest game in this new launch trailer.
From the developer that made Advance Wars and Fire Emblem, two of the most perfectly balanced turn-based strategy games ever, comes Code Name S.T.E.A.M., a game full of surprises.
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt's new cinematic launch trailer is absolutely stunning, and sees the titular protagonist fighting an alp.
Codemasters' F1 2013 revs up for free download for Xbox 360 owners until next month.
It was this week 20 years ago that Sega launched its Saturn console in the US, bringing forward the date by several months to beat the original PlayStation to market. Starved of software support and with only a few retailers on board, the ploy failed, and Sony’s machine marched to victory.
Latest Minions trailer shows us more of Villain Scarlet.
Office-worker productivity is likely to take a hit once Windows 10 lands, after Microsoft decided to include Candy Crush Saga alongside the preinstalled classics Minesweeper, Solitaire and Hearts.
A mobile game that tries to get you fit by making you run away from hordes of zombies – actually physically run, in the real world – may sound like a niche.
Yahoo’s entire board should be axed, activist investors at hedge fund Starboard Value said on Thursday, setting out plans to replace them with their own picks, including Starboard managing partner Jeffrey C Smith.
Microsoft is battling to control the public relations damage done by its “millennial” chatbot, which turned into a genocide-supporting Nazi less than 24 hours after it was let loose on the internet.
YouTube is at loggerheads with music labels – again – after US industry body the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) criticised Google’s video service for the low royalties it pays out to music rightsholders.