“What the fuck is going on?” mutters Michael Fassbender’s character through clenched teeth, reasonably early on in the course of this interminable film, based on the lucrative video game series Assassin’s Creed.
The battle between the tech giant Apple and the European Commission is only just getting started.
Facebook’s new effort to flag news deemed to be “fake” began on Friday, as new questions emerged about the limitations of the system the social media giant has put in place to outsource the fact-checking process.
Facebook will begin flagging fake news stories with the help of users and outside fact checkers, the company announced on Thursday, responding to a torrent of criticism over fake news during the US election.
Twitter has blocked federally funded “domestic spy centers” from using a powerful social media monitoring tool after public records revealed that the government had special access to users’ information for controversial surveillance efforts.
The social media platform has doubled its user base in two years.
Amazon says it has successfully trialled its Prime Air drone delivery service in Cambridge, UK, by delivering a TV streaming stick and bag of popcorn directly to the garden of a nearby customer.
One of the most pressing questions Silicon Valley leaders will want answered at their Wednesday meeting with President-elect Donald Trump is whether his administration will clamp down on the immigration policies that technology companies have come to rely on.
Twenty years ago today the PlayStation first launched in Japan starting a new saga in console gaming. Here are the games we look back on that wowed us most.
Games with Gold's second free game for February is now available.
“The other day, I got an alert saying our Wheels on the Bus compilation was 63rd on YouTube’s all-time chart. I had a look, and number 64 was the theme tune from Frozen.”
Marvel movie and comic book fans will want to see this new parody video starring Stan Lee and a cast of famous student cameo actors.
The producer behind the multimillion-selling Grand Theft Auto video games is suing the publisher of the series, Take-Two Interactive, for $150m.
Following the release of Bungie and Activision's FPS mythic sci-fi game, we have some images of what the UK could look like in the future.
First person zombie survival game Dying Light has announced what players will receive in the Season Pass.
Activision and Beenox’s latest Spider-fest makes the previous pre-order exclusive DLC available to all.
Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity website allows users to create their own look for one of the game’s assassin’s that could win a spot in a new advert.
A Minecraft creator has crafted Blizzard's Diablo 2 environments, all in full 3D block form.
While there were some good things in technology released this year, there were also quite a few let downs. From detonating devices to damp squibs, these are the biggest let downs of 2016.
Five years ago, the demise of the music industry seemed almost inevitable. Recession, rampant piracy, falling CD sales and a fear that “kids just don’t buy music any more” had giant record labels, once oozing wealth, counting the pennies.
Bill Fernandez met Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 7th grade. Ten years later, he became the tech giant's first employee.