The multiyear losing streak by the video game industry finally came to an end in 2014, though any celebrations may be muted.
Social media users can relax: a new survey has found that people on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter do not experience more stress than digital refuseniks.
Facebook’s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has defended his decision to condemn the recent terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine on free speech grounds, despite his company’s willingness to censor some content.
BlackBerry denied earlier reports it was in talks with smartphone-maker Samsung about a potential takeover. The stock tumbled 17 percent in early Thursday trading on those denials.
The "player's experience" wins over 60 frames per second say Naughty Dog.
The next game in the Shadowrun series is soaring past its Kickstarter goals.
The shortlist for this year's Oscar nominations have been announced.
Print out your very own Dying Light zombie figure for free.
A five-man group tackle the classic 90s show using nothing but their voices.
Leprechaun: Origins director Zach Lipovsky's Dead Rising: Watchtower movie arrives in just over 2 months.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder and head of space privateer firm Blue Origin, has taken to Twitter to brag about the “rarest of beasts”, a reusable space rocket that can land vertically. (Unsaid: unlike Elon Musk’s many exploding SpaceX rockets.)
Apple, Microsoft, Google, Samsung, Twitter, Facebook and 56 other technology companies have joined together to reject calls for weakening encryption saying it would be “exploited by the bad guys”.
Mobile app Pooductive sounds like a silly gimmick: a smartphone app for messaging and playing games with strangers while sitting on the toilet.