The US Treasury officially has less liquidity than Apple Inc.
Satoru Iwata puts blame for Nintendo 3DS problems on his own shoulders, halves salary.
It's a sad day in China for gamers, as one of the country's premier video game fairs, ChinaJoy Expo, bans scantily clad booth babes.
Upcoming real-time strategy game Oil Rush drops a cool trailer and post-apocalyptic back story.
Google is just the latest tech company to snatch up a whole barrel of patents to protect against IP lawsuits. When will the fighting end?
New teaser offers early peek at Captain America's ending and post-credits Avengers trailer.
Automakers and legislators have finally agreed to strict CAFE standards for 2025.
One of the last big budget films of the summer ends the season with a well-made, but instantly forgettable film.
According to data released by IDC, Apple has just had a record unit shipment quarter of its iPhone, with sales increasing year-over-year by 141.8 percent.
Have you ever received an email pretending to be a bank or credit card company? A California man received a sizable prison sentence today for sending those emails and bilking victims out of their money.
A new ISP data retention bill has been approved by a House Judiciary committee which will require data to be stored for longer periods of time.
The stupidity of criminals never ceases to provide entertaining stories. A Brooklyn man discovered that taunting the police on Facebook is a bad idea.
Did British courts strike a major blow to opponents of Internet censorship today? A landmark ruling is forcing an Internet Service Provider to block access to an alleged piracy site.
Apple has reportedly given the new iPad 3 contract to Pegatron instead of Foxconn. The tablet may be here by Thanksgiving as well.
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