Twitter has introduced its second set of "hashflags" for users observing Ramadan and celebrating Eid, following from the state-specific flags introduced during the world cup.
July’s selection of free games for PS Plus members including Dead Space 3 and the reboot of the arcade classic Strider
Activison’s latest addition to the Call of Duty franchise is due later this year - in the latest video we’re given details on future tech and new abilities.
The latest Transformers game from Activision is now available across multiple platforms, and the launch trailer features music from Linkin Park too.
For the first time, Facebookis releasing its gender and ethnicity breakdown, in an effort to shed light on a lack of diversity that Silicon Valley companies are increasingly working to address.
British companies building apps for smartphones and tablets are forecast to generate £4bn in revenues this year, with the UK benefiting more than any other European economy from the billions consumers spend on their phones.
Google has just announced a huge update in its Android mobile operating system and here's everything you need to know.
This weeks’ Microsoft Xbox Live Deals with Gold has up to 75% off on SEGA titles, as well as Fable and Lego games.
North Korea has threatened 'merciless' retaliation if the United States does not ban new comedy film "The Interview".
Toyota's fuel-cell vehicle (FCV) will be released in Japan, US and Europe next year but it won't be cheap, setting buyers back around $70,000.
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said it is talking with the U.S. SEC about its dealings with Chinese regulators and more.
Quarterly spending on mobile game Candy Crush Saga fell steadily over the course of 2014, but its players still spent $1.33bn (£865.2m) on in-app purchases for the sweet-swapping hit.
Allow me to make a bold statement: YouTube, at 10 years old, is the most interesting place on the internet. It’s not about the platform or the brand, of course, but rather the sheer amount of content it hosts and its diversity.