The urban legend is true: Atari did dump thousands of games and other merchandise out in the US desert in the 1980s.
If you've been using a VPN service to convince Hulu that you're in the United States in order to watch its TV and movies, your days of fooling might be soon drawing to an end.
In a bid to avoid paying transaction fees to Google and Apple, Amazon has removed in-app purchases on the ComiXology iOS app and updated payment options on Android.
You have two options if the sleep/wake button issue affects your iPhone 5: Mail it in or take it into an Apple Store for a 4-6 day fix.
Twitter is testing a new feature on its iOS and Android apps designed to alert you whenever your fellow Twitter users, fans, and followers are responding to your posts more than they otherwise might.
Rumours are churning regarding the possible introduction of a new competitor to the iPad mini — a logical move for Microsoft - thanks to an Amazon accessory listing.
A fire at a Samsung datacentre in Gwacheon, South Korea temporarily knocked out access to Samsung.com on 20 April, affecting a number of devices and services.
In a bit of good news for "Beliebers" nationwide, the White House has officially commented on a 250,000+ signature online petition to deport Canadian singer Justin Bieber.
According to the social media site, approximately 44 per cent of Twitter's 947 million accounts or so have never sent a single tweet.
Whenever the NSA discovers an exploit that could affect Internet security, President Obama has decided that the agency should inform the tech sector... most of the time.
You sacrifice a little bit in performance on a device using Microsoft's newly announced WIMBoot technique, but you gain a hefty amount of storage back.
In conjunction with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5, PayPal turned on support for the device's biometric features in its mobile app, giving users worldwide the ability to pay using fingerprints.
Google is about to make the process of app scanning, verification, and warning a wee bit easier by unveiling a new extension to its Verify apps service.
Xbox One owners were treated to a little bit of a tease this past February when a dashboard update (finally) gave them the ability to manage their consoles' storage, a much-requested feature.
Studio overlord Electronic Arts has officially announced that industry veteran Amy Hennig has joined the firm to serve as creative director for a brand-new, to-be-announced Star Wars title.
Geeks have been waiting with bated breath to hear what legendary programmer, Doom-guy, and all-around technology enthusiast John Carmack has to say about the recent acquisition of Oculus by Facebook.
Cheating a benchmark… or enhancing performance? There are two sides to every story, and HTC seems to be opting for the one that makes their new M8 smartphone appear more powerful than it actually is.
Sorry, Amazon fans. If you want streaming TV shows, you'll still have to go Prime. Amazon has come back with a denial that it has any intent to build a rumoured ad-supported TV streaming platform.
Lawyers for BlackBerry successfully convinced U.S. District Judge William Orrick, of San Francisco, that the iPhone case from Ryan Seacrest-backed Typo Products infringes on the company's patents.
Act like a jerk on Xbox Live, and your console might start giving you an earful about your behaviour. Continue, and you'll likely be stuck playing with other jerks thanks to reputation warnings.
Twitter is currently experimenting with a new feature that, like posts to Facebook groups, shows users just how many times their individual Tweets were seen by others.
Streaming appears to be growing; digital music sales appear to be falling. As to why Apple hasn't already invested in a market-dominating streaming service, we'll never know.
If Ubisoft has introduced a feature where we can shank someone with a baguette in this French-themed iteration of the Assassin's Creed series, we'll be thrilled.
Twitter executives say that the hashtag and @reply isn't going away, but Buzzfeed finds that @replies don't seem to have a home in test iterations of Twitter's Android app.
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