Facebook was unavailable worldwide for more than 30 minutes on Thursday morning, the longest outage on the site for four years.
Nintendo was exploring virtual reality (VR) gaming long before the Oculus Rift was a glint in its creator’s eye – let alone a hole in Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg’s wallet.
The latest patch for Dota 2 has added new items in the store, plus a load of aesthetic changes and matchmaking alterations.
FIFA have taken the decision to ban all Beats headphones from all the World Cup stadiums.
We have a new video detailing the Escalation co-op survival mode coming in Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark.
Twitter's 140 characters are so passe. The new hotness on the tech scene – for at least the next five minutes – is zero-character communication.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk worries about a "Terminator" scenario arising from research into artificial intelligence.
BlackBerry has announced it will license 240,000 Android applications from Amazon - in a move that may presage a downgrading of its internal developer relations efforts for its stuttering BB10 software.
Evolve has … well, evolved since we last experienced it this year.
Mortal Kombat has always been the Death Metal outsider of the arcade fighting genre.
Call of Duty publisher Activision Blizzard boasted record sales for 2014 and beat market estimates for its fiscal quarter ending 31 December, but share value fell after the company announced it was unlikely to meet revenue projections for 2015.
Here is something that actually happened to me in Far Cry 4 yesterday.
There is nothing like giving back.