Super Mario Run is coming out December 15th, but to play it you’ll need an active internet connection.
If reports are to be believed, Apple has scaled back ambitions to build its own car, but it’s still going strong with its more prosaic automobile offering: CarPlay.
Facebook continues to flesh out its in-app camera features, releasing a new tool that lets members of the public create and submit their own custom photo frames for others to use.
The first trailer for Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming debuted on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, giving us a clear look at how well leading man Tom Holland can handle himself in the ol’ red and blue pajamas.
If you were using Twitter this evening and noticed a distinct lack of @-symbols in your mentions, you weren't alone.
For the first time, the feathered tail of a 99-million-year-old dinosaur has been found preserved in amber.
Magic Leap’s allegedly revolutionary augmented reality technology may in fact be years away from completion and, as it stands now, is noticeably inferior to Microsoft’s HoloLens headset, according to a report from The Information.
As yet another potential example on the long list of conflicts of interest facing Donald Trump, Variety reports that the President-elect will keep his executive producer credit for the upcoming season of Celebrity Apprentice on NBC, complete with payment.
In 2009, Britain’s GCHQ spying agency was actively targeting the CEO of one of Europe’s largest cloud hosting.
Hillary Clinton has called for Congress and Silicon Valley to counter an “epidemic” of fake online news, after a conspiracy theorist fired a gun inside a Washington, DC pizza parlor he believed was part of a child sex trafficking ring linked to Clinton.
Samsung appears to be planning to permanently disable Galaxy Note 7 units in the US with an update that would prevent the recalled phone from charging.
YouTube’s most popular channel, PewDiePie, hit a new milestone today, crossing 50 million subscribers.
Spotify is no longer considering to buy SoundCloud, according to reports from the Financial Times and TechCrunch.
Famed astronaut and former US Senator John Glenn has died at the age of 95, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
As part of Microsoft’s finalized acquisition of LinkedIn, the Windows maker this morning outlined a series of goals it has for its new social network.
Yik Yak has laid off a “significant” number of employees amid a downturn in the app’s growth prospects, The Verge has learned.
Raumfeld announced today that it's releasing an update for its wireless speakers to add Google Cast support.
As someone living in Brooklyn with a small amount of disposable income, I’ll admit to having at least a fleeting interest when I heard that Urban Outfitters would begin selling “designer” drones today.
When Facebook changed its stock structure earlier this year, the legal filings contained one very interesting clause.
YouTube keeps trying to show its a friend to the music industry. Earlier this week it published a blog post highlighting the fact that, in the last year, it had paid out more than $1 billion to the music industry from advertising alone.