Though Microsoft's search for their next CEO is still ongoing, it appears as if they've inched closer to making a final call. A Microsoft board member says that the firm will finish the search by early next year.
In a bizarre gaming mash-up, Nintendo and Tecmo Koei are bring together two very, very different series. Dynasty Warriors meets Zelda, tentatively titled ‘Hyrule Warriors,’ will debut on Wii U in 2014.
Harvard student Eldo Kim allegedly used Tor to anonymize emails threatening to blow up four campus buildings, but still got caught due to the way in which he apparently used the IP address-masking network. Read on to learn why.
Pirate Bay's domain has been forced to do quite a bit of traveling as of late. Though they recently switched to a Peruvian-based domain, that nation just suspended them. Now, Pirate Bay sports a Guyanese domain.
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Nissan will be the next carmaker to try for a win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. It's working on a radical new car to differentiate itself from rivals Audi, Porsche, and Toyota, assuming the rules allow it.
Bitcoin, the world’s most popular digital currency, has plummeted from a recent high of more than $1,200 to less than $500. The drop comes after China’s central bank ordered all third-party payment processing companies to halt transactions involving…
The frustrating reality of different chargers for almost every laptop could come to an end down the line, though that concept may not see the light of day for quite some time. Read on to learn more.
A new rumor indicates Samsung may be developing a super tough, diamond metal coating for future smartphones, which also adds weight we'll see a metal-bodied phone from the company in the future.
Instagram has more active monthly users than Twitter on mobile apps, according to research by Nielsen. Will these two social platforms come into even closer competition in 2014? As both test new features and try to snag advertiser attention, it sure looks like…
An indication of where photography and publishing are heading, the British Journal of Photography has launched an iPhone-only magazine called FLTR. It's published weekly, and costs $20 per year.
Earlier this year, Apple took the wraps off the newest revision of its Mac Pro desktop. Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to snag one for yourself. No, really! Read on to learn more.