So Fifa 13 was released on Friday, giving men across the world a one-time ticket to become a ghost to society, cooped up in front of a television just to say they can control a ball as well as Lionel Messi. Here Is The City have managed to grab a copy, and are pleased to announce that the game is far from just another instalment in the Fifa franchise.
Almost without noticing it, our world crossed a significant threshold last week.
Apple's chief executive, Tim Cook, has said he is "extremely sorry for the frustration" users have found with its new mapping service, adding that if they are dissatisfied they can use rival products.
Another week, another 20 new and notable iPhone and iPad apps appearing on Apple's App Store, with books and children's apps figuring prominently in this latest weekly selection.
Apple's iPhones and other gadgets aren't just popular among consumers, thieves also have acquired a taste for the sleek mobile devices.
Twitter is at a turning point, trying to roll out advertising while also maintaining the user experience. I sat down with Twitter CEO Dick Costolo at the company’s new San Francisco headquarters to talk about his plans to grow the social media giant.
As one of the biggest days in gaming approaches, the release of the newest edition of the FIFA series, Mathew Nash tells of his 'deeply' personal grievances for not buying the game, and why the middle-people of gaming addiction should boycott it this year, for their own health, sanity and lifestyle.
Apple's new maps offering has drawn huge amounts of ire from users used to having Google Maps on their device. But it's far from the company's first brush with a PR embarrassment.
The chief executive of Twitter, Dick Costolo, has said the company will continue to fight legal challenges brought against its users by officials who want access to their archived tweets.
The Titanfall developers are attending a panel at the PlayStation Experience event this weekend, and EA are set to make a 'special announcement' tonight at the Video Game Awards.
Analysts suggest only one in ten with an iPhone are preparing to also get Apple's smart watch
Rumours have surfaced of the goings on inside developer Rockstar Games' offices.