The Austrian privacy campaigner Max Schrems is demanding that Ireland, Germany and Belgium stop Facebook from transferring EU citizens’ data to the US.
Once a highly coveted mate, Yahoo might be on the market once again. But this time, there's baggage.
As incredible as it may seem to some veteran gamers, the Xbox 360 is now 10 years old.
US privacy campaigner the Electronic Frontier Foundation has accused Google of spying on students and logged a complaint with US regulator the Federal Trade Commission.
It’s refreshing to see two prominent billionaires even paying lip service to upending plutocracy.
Smartphone and secure communications company BlackBerry will pull out of Pakistan by the end of the year over government intrusions into user privacy.
Amazon has unveiled a new hybrid delivery drone that can fly both vertically, as a helicopter capable of landing in customers’ backyards, and horizontally like a conventional plane. The drone can travel up to 15 miles at high speed.
After a couple of hours with Star Wars Battlefront, it’s possible to feel a slight disturbance in the force.
The holiday weekend was off to a rough start for some online gamers. Parts of gaming platform PlayStation network experienced brief outages Friday morning, the company's website reported.
Facebook is starting to bypass adblockers on its desktop website, in the company’s first major foray into the war between advertisers and those who would see an internet without any advertising at all.
A 20-year-old man has been shot dead while playing Pokémon Go at a tourist spot on San Francisco’s waterfront, authorities have said.
Do you spend too much time online? It’s a question that may unearth some uncomfortable truths, and if you are worried about how much you use Facebook/Google et al, you’re not alone.