It may just be a game, but for many football fans who have literally grown up playing the new version each year, it's as much a part of their regular football cycle as fantasy football, their local / favourite team and complaining about international football when it comes along.
Carl Icahn, America's most powerful activist investor, has warned Apple's board he is "not going away" after meeting the iPhone maker's chief executive.
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Apple’s attempt to defend its third party developers from patent trolls has been thrown out of court by an East Texas judge, ending two years of litigation between the company and litigious patent-holders Lodsys.
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The media anchor was at his trolling best when he posted a joke aimed at Old Trafford…
In a sense, the very title of the Tokyo Game Show might be construed as a misnomer.
Max Wolff, senior analyst at Greencrest Capital, describes Blackberry's chief executive golden parachute as "a big payout on a dismal run."
Facebook has signed a deal to move its UK headquarters from London's Covent Garden to almost 90,000 sq ft of space just north of Tottenham Court Road.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally has become the frontrunner to replace Steve Ballmer as CEO of Microsoft, technology website AllThingsD reported on Thursday.