Some PSN users could receive free games and PlayStation plus subscriptions.
Thief brought to justice as robbery overheard through Xbox
Facebook comfortably beat Wall Street expectations on Wednesday, announcing that its once-struggling mobile business now accounts for 62% of advertising revenues.
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Facebook has introduced Save, a new feature which allows users to bookmark content from their news feeds to revisit later.
Riot Games have announced testing of new measures in their banning procedures which could be rolled out permanently.
A ninth generation of consoles is expected however
A new album is out from the prince of pop parody along with a video for a comedy reworking of Blurred Lines.
Twitter has warned a number of users that they may have been the target of a state-sponsored attack.
More brands are eyeing Snapchat, the disappearing photo- and video-sharing platform as a place to advertise and engage consumers.
Twitter is starting to make money from the 500-million-plus people who see tweets but don't log in.