Nintendo has published its first quarter earnings for the three months ending June 30th, revealing net sales of ¥90 billion ($727 million) and operating profit of ¥1.1 billion ($9.3 million).
The man who paid $54,000 to kill a beloved lion in Zimbabwe was identified this week as Walter James Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota.
Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system debuts today, enabling Xbox One game streaming to PCs. While that's a neat feature for Xbox One owners, Microsoft is working on streaming PC games to Xbox One consoles too.
Windows 10 is here. After nine months of public beta testing, the final version is rolling out to machines across the world.
When Microsoft originally unveiled the Xbox One nearly two years ago, the software maker was focused heavily on entertainment.
Microsoft bought Nokia's handset business in 2013, two big questions hovered above all. The first was "why," and we never got a convincing answer: Microsoft wrote off $7.6 billion in Nokia costs this month, higher than the purchase price.
If the Empulse TT looks familiar, there's a good reason: it's a refreshed and rebadged version of the Brammo Empulse.
Facebook seems to be taking a cue from LinkedIn and is early in the process of testing a new feature — profile tags.
At its heart, Windows 10, which will begin rolling out gradually as a free update, is a rescue mission.
Well, now we know why the White House has finally responded to a two-year-old petition to pardon Edward Snowden: it's clearing its backlog for some tweaks to the whole system. In a statement published today, the White House said it had just worked through 20 unanswered petitions submitted through its "We the People" platform; it's responded to a total of 275 since the system launched in 2011.
Twitter posted higher than expected revenues and profit today, and the stock was up more than 10 percent in after-hours trading.
Windows 10 is about to launch, and you're probably going to want to update. The good news is that Microsoft has made the process surprisingly painless.
Even at a company where executive turnover is the norm, running Twitter's product organization has been a particularly precarious job.
Verizon is joining HBO's growing roster of partners that offer subscriptions to HBO Now, the premium network's stand-alone streaming service.
A US Army lab accidentally shipped live anthrax to at least 192 laboratories, according to a Department of Defense statement.
Yesterday, game hardware company Razer confirmed that it had bought former Kickstarter gaming sensation Ouya.
We've said it once and then said it again and won't stop saying it: the camera matters, especially on Android, where the points of differentiation between flagship phones are becoming increasingly small.
The internet has changed the way we watch the Super Bowl, and media is following suit. Variety reports that CBS, in a game-changing move, will live stream every national ad during next year's big game in near-real time.
Mark Zuckerberg is the model villain of our time. Where popcorn movies of previous eras installed Nazis, Soviets, space aliens, and zombies, we get a horde of tech CEOs.
NASA released today more 4K Ultra High-Definition (UHD) video footage captured by the space station's RED Epic Dragon camera — and it looks like the astronauts are having a lot of fun playing with their new expensive toy.