The final co-founder of torrent sharing website The Pirate Bay has been arrested attempting to enter Laos.
All of Taylor Swift’s albums have been removed from Spotify and other streaming music services, in an escalation of the artist’s previous policy of “windowing” her new album releases.
The chief executive of Facebook-owned virtual reality firm Oculus VR has warned rival Sony not to launch a VR headset until it has solved problems of motion sickness.
Google’s chief executive Larry Page has admitted that the company has outgrown its mission statement to “organise the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful” from the launch of the company in 1998, but has said he doesn’t yet know how to redefine it.
The fictional land of Kyrat is ripe with storytelling potential. An amalgamation of Nepal, Thailand and Tibet, its culture and landscape mix ancient lore and the realities of the developing world into a wholly unique cocktail of violence, redemption and intrigue. It is the perfect place for a Far Cry adventure.
Codenamed 'Project Zero', the Samsung Galaxy S6 might bring the biggest redesign we've seen from Galaxy series of smartphones.
The long awaited Minions movie finally has its first trailer.
A documentary investigating the collapse of a 1980s video games powerhouse is on route to Xbox
EA Access members on Xbox One get a 6 hour trial of Bioware's Dragon Age Inquisition 5 days before official release.
Twenty years ago the launch of a new version of Windows merited midnight store openings and a seven-figure payment to use a Rolling Stones song in ads celebrating the new Start menu.
Facebook has been told to allow people to use pseudonyms on its site by a German regulator, which has ruled that the site’s “real name” policy violates the right to privacy.
You’ll be seeing a lot more video on Facebook in the near future, and your musings will be easier to access.