When Ellen Pao became chief executive of the social news site Reddit in November 2014, few thought her tenure would change the make-up of the site that bills itself the “front page of the internet”.
Alibaba is investing $200m in Snapchat, propelling the notional value of the photo-messaging app to a stellar $15bn (£10bn).
Legendary fantasy author and animal rights campaigner Terry Pratchett has died aged 66.
Here’s one way to get people on Google Plus: announce your midlife crisis on the ailing social media platform.
Several Apple services, including iTunes and the App Store, suffered outages Wednesday that began around 5 a.m. ET and extended through midday.
There is trouble on the virtual terraces of the best-selling Fifa video game series. Fans have reacted with fury to changes announced by developer EA Sports, which will radically alter the game’s popular Ultimate Team feature.
“There are about 7,000 characters on screen, all moving in real-time with real-time lighting, real-time shadows, and all controllable by tapping on them and saying where you want them to go. It feels like an epic movie battle, but it is over in 30 to 60 seconds...”
Achievement hunters can now add nine more to their hit list for Grand Theft Auto V.
Geralt takes on a side quest to find some missing villagers in this new Witcher 3 gameplay footage.
Mark Pincus has stepped down as CEO of his struggling online gaming company Zynga for the second time.
The Justice Department is on a “fool’s errand” trying to force Apple to unlock the iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists, lawmakers told FBI director James Comey on Tuesday.
A federal judge on Monday rejected an FBI request to order Apple to open the iPhone of a drug dealer in a major setback to the US government’s increasingly heated efforts to force the company to help unlock an iPhone used by a San Bernardino terrorist.