Mark Zuckerberg spends $30 million on four homes to ensure privacy Mark Zuckerberg spends $30 million on four homes to ensure privacy Business News It's not uncommon for celebrities to buy the properties
While I’ve put just over a dozen hours into Grand Theft Auto 5 the last two days, I still feel like that’s nowhere near enough time in order to be able to write a fully-fledged review of the game. I’m
Earlier this month, a reporter spotted a new version of Google’s logo buried in the code of the company’s Chrome browser. That, alas, qualified as news in the tech industry, especially because the new
Hiroshi Yamauchi, the man who transformed Nintendo into a videogame giant, has died at 85. A Nintendo spokesman tells BBC News that the company is today mourning the "loss of the former Nintendo president
Speaking at Microsoft's financial analysts meeting today, CEO Steve Ballmer was refreshingly realistic about the company's struggles in smartphones and tablets. "Mobile devices. We have almost no share,"
We love what the Hyperkin Retron 5 brings to the table, namely compatibility with ten classic gaming system cartridges: NES, Famicom, Super NES and Famicom, Sega Master System, Genesis and Mega Drive,
iOS 7 bug enables user to bypass lockscreen, send emails and status updates (update: Apple response)
The moment operating systems become available to the public is also the moment millions of people have the opportunity to hunt around and find bugs. And, it appears that at least one rather critical bug
Apple chief of design Jony Ive is rarely seen publicly outside of the bright white room he sits in for polished videos on the design of the company's latest products, but he and other executives are granting
Apple just released its “biggest change” ever to iOS — and it’s hard to argue with the company’s phrasing. From top to bottom, every corner of the operating system looks different, even if it all still
The Xbox One and the Playstation 4 should have a few cards stacked against them. They’re being launched at a time when huge swaths of their target demographic already carry around powerful, gaming devices
A new port means potentially faster transfers and charging With all the news coming from its big event yesterday, Samsung glazed over the importance of one new feature of its Galaxy Note 3 — it's the phone
On sale for $299 in the United States from early October The Galaxy Gear, Samsung's latest foray into the smartwatch category, is now official and it's quite unlike anything you've seen before. Yes, it's
Out of the Shadows is a barely playable letdown. The turtles deserve better than Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows. The cartoon/action figure/video game property from the '80s was staged
The web alone is not enough Today, on Chrome's fifth birthday, Google is announcing the rollout of what it's calling Chrome Apps. Don't feel bad if you're confused by the name. Chrome has been serving
I love Nintendo. I love Nintendo. I love Nintendo. I feel the need to say that over and over again to begin with because this post will inevitably be read by some as some sort of anti-Nintendo screed.
But the current one is here to stay YouTube has surreptitiously unveiled a striking new logo that does away with the plump, simplistic lettering that it's used for years now. In its place, the new logo
Yesterday evening in New York City, Google’s Glass team threw a party. It brought together “Explorers” and “Influencers”—the lucky few people who got to try out the computerized glasses Google is developing.
Rumors that Foursquare is looking to take on a strategic investment from a large technology company kicked up a gear when several sources have reported that Microsoft is perhaps the potential suitor, to
Apple has started training its AppleCare technical support staff on the changes and feature-set of iOS 7, according to multiple AppleCare employees. These people say that training began today, and AppleCare
On Friday morning, Microsoft announced that chief executive Steve Ballmer would be retiring within 12 months after running the company for 13 years. While his departure seemed inevitable considering the
Khosla Ventures’ partner Keith Rabois appeared on Bloomberg TV today to talk about a variety of things, but there’s one particular piece that caught our ear. In the nearly eight minute conversation, he
Browsing Instagram from the firm’s Android and iOS apps is lovely. It’s super smooth, all of the photos are gorgeous to look at and the use of white space is thoughtful and effective, yet reserved. Instagram