Amazon has discreetly launched a mobile web browser called Internet, currently only available for Android and in India.
The 2018 edition of Call Of Duty is likely to downplay singleplayer elements and is adding a battle royale mode.
Azure Sphere is essentially a microcontroller directly connected to the Redmond firm's cloud and managed by a new operating system based on Linux.
The National Basketball Association’s new professional videogame league signed a multiyear broadcast contract with Twitch, the streaming service owned by Amazon.com Inc.
Less than half of Americans have basic emergency information to hand should calamity strike, an Ipsos survey revealed on April 18, yet 83% are confident technology will play “an important role” in their preparation for the next disaster.
A US ban on sales of American components to ZTE Corp has unleashed a patriotic backlash in China's cyberspace, highlighting the growing tension between the world's two largest economies.
Netflix mobile users can now enjoy sudden and unprompted auto-playing trailers even on the mobile app.
Tech giant Intel's foray into wearables took a blow after it closed the New Devices Group, though Intel is insisting it's not leaving the market entirely.
After the explosive Cambridge Analytica saga, the social media platform has been hit again with another scandal involving its ubiquitious Login With Facebook feature that is available on most apps and websites.
In its quest to get more consumers to use its Fire TV products, Amazon announced an unusual partnership: The company has teamed up with Best Buy to sell 11 TV sets powered by Amazon’s Fire smart TV operating system this year.