Sony has announced a miniature version of the first PlayStation console, which originally launched in 1994.
A last-minute leak has seemingly confirmed the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR names for Apple’s newest phones, and revealed new Apple Watch sizes
Acer’s latest Swift 5 laptops are thinner and lighter than ever
Walmart’s Running a Couple of Really Solid iPad Deals Right Now
Facebook shares opened sharply lower on Thursday, after the social media network warned investors of slowing revenue gains and increased spending.
The European Union slapped Google with a record $5bn fine for using its Android smartphone system to illegally boost its search engine – the biggest anti-trust penalty in EU history.
Last Thursday (June 28), Amazon announced a $1 billion acquisition of an online pharmacy startup named PillPack. The news makes a handful of investors in the company very rich, including none other than Nas.
While Facebook tries to close the book on its Cambridge Analytica scandal, it’s still dealing with many more. Case in point: security researcher Inti De Ceukelaire has found that a quiz app from NameTests.com has been exposing user data for more than a year.
The long-running feud between Beats and claimed co-founder Steven Lamar appears to be winding to a close
Instagram announced at an in-office event today that it now has 1 billion users worldwide
You can now add Akon to the growing list of artists who have jumped on the cryptocurrency train.
Instagram has announced a slight change to Stories. Now, when someone mentions you in their story, you’ll have the option to instantly repost it, adding the photo or video to your own story.
A US court has ordered South Korea’s Samsung Electronics pay $539m (£403m) in damages for copying features of Apple’s original iPhone.
Twitter on Thursday urged its more than 300 million users to change their passwords, saying they had been unintentionally “unmasked” inside the company by a software bug.
YouTube appears to have fallen victim to hackers today, as a number of high-profile music videos have been defaced.
Facebook has been collecting call records and SMS data from Android devices for years.
WhatsApp co-founder tells Brian Acton his followers to delete Facebook
Drake is used to breaking musical records, but on Wednesday (March 14), the Toronto rapper shattered a different kind of record on Twitch, the video gaming and live streaming platform.
Rihanna posted an Instagram Story today to denounce Snapchat after the platform showed an offensive ad featuring the artist to users.
WhatsApp has quietly changed the way its message deletion feature works.