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Google Flights flies in to Malaysia

Google's online search for the best deals in flights can be filtered with results based on specific interests.

3D images of Syria archaeological treasures go online

3D reconstructions of some of Syria’s most spectacular archaeological sites go online March 15 after a big push to digitalise the war-torn country’s threatened heritage.

NBCUniversal to test demand for comedy with streaming channel

Comcast Corp's NBCUniversal division plans to offer an Internet-based comedy channel featuring ad-free performances from Jimmy Fallon, Amy Poehler and others, testing viewers' willingness to pay for niche online content.

Tokyo Game Show 2015: Best in show

Japan's biggest videogame expo is back and we feature some of the more interesting games we saw there.

New James Bond: World of Espionage game takes a different strategy

The first free-to-play mobile game from the Bond franchise is now available for Android and iOS.

'Yakuza' remake gets a first trailer

After being announced earlier this month at the Tokyo Game Show, the remake of the videogame Yakuza now has a trailer ahead of its January release in Japan.

'Yakuza' and 'Yakuza 6' coming to PS4

A remastered edition of cult PlayStation 2 game Yakuza is making its way to the PlayStation 4, SEGA announced at the Tokyo Game Show, while Yakuza 6 is expected this time next year.

From Delhi to Port Moresby, cities take baby steps to make women feel safer

Going out for dinner and not sure which area would be safer at night for a woman travelling on her own? Want to track your daughter to ensure she gets back from college safely?

Real influences tracked as fans find 'Fallout 4' shelter

Like its predecessors, upcoming adventure game Fallout 4 is inspired by a real-world region of the United States, and fans have been busy spotting locations shown in its first trailer.

Real-life 'Grand Theft Auto V' clip goes viral

Grand Theft Auto has come to life in Los Angeles, thanks to an online recreation that has gone viral.