There’s been a lot of chat lately about why people might stop playing games – in particular why little girls who grew up with consoles don’t seem to stick with the hobby as they get older.
Nintendo is working with a team of former Google developers on a new location-based Pokémon game for smartphones.
US intelligence chiefs are warning Congress that the next phase of escalating online data theft is likely to involve the manipulation of digital information.
Will Yahoo get hammered by the IRS, or is its core business worthless? Based on a simple analysis of the company, at least one of these unattractive assumptions is currently held by investors.
In 2007, Steve Jobs said that Apple products would never use a stylus. Eight years later, the company unveils Apple Pencil.
The smartphone and tablet edition of Minecraft is now much closer to its desktop and console versions, after developer Mojang launched one of the biggest updates in its history.
Sebastian Coe, the newly-appointed president of the embattled governing body of world athletics, is to be summoned by the parliamentary select committee that inadvertently forced Paula Radcliffe to defend herself from doping allegations.
The Internal Revenue Service denied Yahoo's request for a letter ruling that the company's spinoff of its shares in Alibaba would be tax-free, potentially striking a blow to a key component of the company's strategy.
After nearly two years of carefully testing and slowly rolling out various ad tools, Instagram is finally launching its ad service broadly.
Personal information from more than 65m Tumblr accounts has been discovered for sale on the darknet.
Periscope, Twitter’s live video streaming service, is experimenting with using a “flash jury” of users to decide whether abusive commenters deserve to be blocked from the site.
Twitter’s top user and pop superstar Katy Perry was hacked on Monday, with her account sending abusive tweets to her 89 million followers and reportedly leaking an unreleased song.