Activision unveils plans for Marvel's anti-hero outing.
In modern football, it is the playmakers we idolise; the magicians who can orchestrate attacks as well as score. Andrés Iniesta, Xavi Hernández, Andrea Pirlo, Lionel Messi … mostly, they are deep-lying forwards or creative midfielders; they don't get in on the end of long, lofted passes, they sculpt goals. This is where Fifa 14 wants to go.
A juror will be prosecuted for contempt of court after allegedly writing on Facebook that he wanted to "fuck up a paedophile" during the trial of a convicted child sex offender.
Much awaited sequel to classic Zelda game announced by Nintendo for the 3DS
Valve refunds religious customer after a ‘blasphemous’ scene forced him to quit the game for good.
Google chairman Eric Schmidt has denied that there is any tension with Samsung, the world's biggest mobile phone maker and the only Android handset manufacturer making substantial profits.
Twitter has blocked Flattr, a "payment" service in which people could get paid for having their tweets favourited by other users, from accessing its systems.
Intel reported quarterly earnings Tuesday that came in just short of expectations, while revenue hit analysts' target.
The search gian reported first-quarter earnings that topped forecasts, but revenue fell short and shares fell after-hours.
Google has begun shipping its Google Glass "wearable computing" devices to its first users outside the company – and released guides so developers can write software for it.