We’re on the show floor at E3 and somewhere within the hulking Electronic Arts stand, as music and gunfire blares out all around us, EA Sports senior producer Nick Channon and I are preparing to play Fifa 16.
Facebook made headlines in the markets this week after its recent stock rally pushed its market value toward the upper echelons of American business history.
On stage at the Cannes Lions advertising festival, Facebook's Chief Product Officer Chris Cox is telling advertising executives that he hears what they were looking for - more creative tools for crafting more immersive ads - and he has the solution.
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is currently set to stand in as the interim chief executive of the company once current boss Dick Costolo steps down at the end of June.
Voat, the main destination for the diaspora of disgruntled Redditors who left Reddit in protest at perceived censorship, has been dropped by its web host for “politically incorrect” content.
Google’s motto, lest we forget, is “Don’t be evil”. It seems that Snapchat’s catchphrase might now be summed up as “Don’t be creepy”.
Taking on the role of Overseer in the latest offering from Bethesda.
Heinz has apologised to a German customer after a QR code on one of its tomato ketchup bottles linked to a porn site.