A group of unknown artists placed a bronze bust of NSA leaker Edward Snowden in a Brooklyn park. It was later removed by park officials and the NYPD are investigating who made it. The artists are now demand its return.
Nokia has announced it will acquire Alcatel-Lucent for $16 billion. Despite a similarity in name with Alcatel OneTouch, the deal isn't about smartphones, and is instead about accelerating development related to 5G networks.
Livestreaming app Periscope may be new, but it's already catching the attention of some of the cable networks. An annoyed HBO, for example, has told the startup to do something about its users streaming the new season of Game of Thrones.
If you're a Nikon shooter who likes to pick up gear via online auction sites or the like, the camera company is suggesting you take extra care to confirm the DSLR you buy is the model it says it is after discovering a number of fake cameras…
Already banned at many museums, galleries, and sports stadiums around the world, now it's the turn of tech companies to get tough on the selfie stick. Apple's got the ball rolling, banning the extendable pole at its WWDC event in June.
Gone are the days of giant stationary bikes hogging valuable living room real estate. Widerun, the first VR bike trainer, works with almost any bike and a few VR headsets in addition to other smart screens.
House of Wolves, the upcoming second DLC expansion for Destiny, will not include a new raid, no doubt to the chagrin of many players who are eager for a new challenge to best after mastering The Dark Below's Crota.
After a five-year hiatus, Guitar Hero is coming back this fall with a redesigned ax, a new developer, and a renewed focus on building the experience from the ground up to make you feel like a rock god.