One of the web’s most virulent incubators of fake news stories about the US election has begun a crackdown on conspiracy theories and “outlandish or unverified claims”.
Pope Francis was probably not dwelling on the myriad uses and abuses of social media when he called for a “bruised, dirty and hurting” Roman Catholic church that would more closely resemble the flawed 21st-century world to which it ministers.
Silicon Valley is cultivating relationships on the family farm, with coders, analysts and entrepreneurs eager to use their skills in agriculture.
Quality work shoes can make all the difference. Here's what to look for as you hunt the perfect pair.
A CEO who started with $345 and turned it into a $30 million sale on how to bootstrap a business built for success.
The social media giant has found itself at the center of the debate on misinformation on the internet.
Amazon will almost certainly enjoy its biggest ever day on Black Friday next week.
In no particular order, we have selected some horror games that you definitely need to play if you own a PS4 and are a fan of the horror Genre.
This 'swatting' prank is just totally out of hand.
Xbox's Phil Spencer has written in response to Sabrina Lane's open letter last week.
Tax investigators in Spain have raided Google’s Madrid offices, in the latest investigation into the group’s tax affairs.
DCUO players, if you are part of a league, you are definitely in for a treat here. Lots of new features for you to enjoy!
Naughty Dog gift DLC for TLOU multiplayer to compensate gamers hit by matchmaking problems.
Tomasz Baginski, an Oscar-nominated director who directed the intros for The Witcher and The Witcher 2 games, has confirmed he's working on a Witcher film.
It was only a brief rush of shots but there's plenty to be getting on with in the first trailer for The Force Awakens.
We take a tour through Red Creek Valley and the chilling first person adventure of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter.
January 2015 has a handful of game releases due on Microsoft's consoles.
Twitter is "toast" as a company and the stock is not even worth $10, according to a research note published Tuesday, following the departure of another top executive at the social media service.
Twitter chief technology officer Adam Messinger has decided to leave the company and "take some time off," he tweeted on Tuesday.
The year 2016 was supposed to be when the tech bubble finally burst.