The first downloadable content (DLC) for Fallout 4 has been announced and, reading between the lines, it’s clear that the game has been a hit beyond even Bethesda’s expectations.
It was noon on a Thursday at a gathering of science startups in San Francisco.
Twitter has received a much needed vote of confidence from its chairman Omid Kordestani who yesterday picked up almost $2m worth of shares increasing his stake by 30 per cent, it's been revealed.
Struggling online media group Yahoo has announced plans to cut seven of its digital magazines.
Two weeks ago, the Federal Bureau of Investigation called Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, with a jarring message:the agency wanted Apple to help them hack an iPhone.
Apple announced it was issuing bonds estimated in value at $12bn on Tuesday, despite a current cash reserve of $215bn.
Seven years ago, Street Fighter IV felt like a spiritual revival.
Adobe has pulled an update for its Creative Cloud desktop application for Mac computers after users complained that it was deleting important files from their machines without reason or warning.
Why do video games receive so little coverage in mainstream cultural media?