Europe’s antitrust chief has set her sights on a series of investigations into Google that will see the US internet firm face intense scrutiny.
Star Wars fans around the world are daring to hope that new film The Force Awakens will be as good as its promo clip makes it look – or at least better than The Phantom Menace. Early ticket sales suggest optimism on that point.
For the second time in less than three years, Google is under investigation by the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over antitrust concerns, Bloomberg reported Friday morning.
To deal with the sickly sweet elephant in the room: no, Candy Crush Saga isn’t included. Not for reasons of snobbery, but rather because surely anyone with an interest in playing puzzle games on their phone will know about it by now.
Smartphone gaming is a tough business – even for the companies at the very top. Candy Crush Saga developer King has struggled to develop new games beyond its hit “match-three” puzzler, while Rovio announced more than 200 lay-offs in August as part of an attempt to restructure and refocus its increasingly bloated business.
Nintendo is working with a team of former Google developers on a new location-based Pokémon game for smartphones.
Sony has skipped 2K and gone straight to 4K for the launch of the world’s first UHD 4K smartphone, which has four times the number of pixels of Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus.
Football: bloody hell! After a summer of Fifa shenanigans, it’s good to be back in the swing of the club season.
Angry Birds 2? This is actually the eighth sequel to Angry Birds, following the Seasons, Rio, Space, Slingshot Stella, Friends and two Star Wars games.
Twenty years ago the launch of a new version of Windows merited midnight store openings and a seven-figure payment to use a Rolling Stones song in ads celebrating the new Start menu.
West Ham United's Declan Rice, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson and Chelsea playmaker Ross Barkley started in the middle of the park for England on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur's Giovani Lo Celso has posted a message on social media.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Giovani Lo Celso has picked up an injury.
Javi Gracia is no longer the manager of Watford.
Neil Lennon’s Celtic reportedly wanted Kilmarnock and Scotland international right-back Stephen O’Donnell in the summer transfer window.
David Gold says that he is happy at West Ham United and does not want to buy Watford.
Manchester United wanted Milan Skriniar in the summer, and Manchester City are looking at him in January, according to a report.
Celtic were heavily linked with Stephen O'Donnell this summer.
The ex-Liverpool attacker has sent a message on Twitter.
Jake Hastie joined Rotherham United on loan from Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers this summer.
Google has taken the next big step forward in its war against the password – an open source system to instantly and securely log you into apps on your phone using your password manager.
Google has launched a family sharing function that will allow up to six people to share purchases made via the Google Play store, including apps, movies, TV shows, books and games.
Google is taking action against spam callers with a new version of its phone app for Android devices that identifies and helps blocks spammers.