PlayStation 3 users around the world have been left unable to connect to the PlayStation Network, with Sony still unable to identify the source of the problem.
More than half of Apple's suppliers visited in a recent audit have been overworking staff, and three have been using underage labor, the company has admitted.
Hoping to quash concerns that the Android platform has been getting pulled apart and lacking consistency, Google is reportedly going to bring the next major update to all Android devices. The move will hopefully add uniformity to the operating system that is now available on nearly 20 handsets.
When Grooveshark, an Internet radio provider that allows users to listen to MP3s for free, tried to bring its service to the iPhone, it was rejected by Apple. So the company did what any snubbed publisher would do - it made the app available for jailbroken iPhones.
The game code for God of War III has been finalized as fans across the world are rejoicing over one single statement: the game has gone gold. That means all that is left is for the game to be pressed onto millions of Blu-ray Discs, packaged, and sent to retailers.
With a veritable wealth of video games in existence, one doesn’t often spare a thought to those that didn’t quite make it, but a recent interview with game developer David Jaffe provides some insight into what could have been a highly controversial first person shooter based on George W. Bush's polices abroad.
Final Fantasy XIII is not even out in the US yet, yet publisher Square Enix has already begun talking about what direction the game's sequel's sequel will take. The company has already apparently begun brainstorming about what kind of game Final Fantasy XV is going to be.
The Pentagon announced late Friday that it has lifted bans on social media sites for military personnel, conceding that the restrictions were outdated and in some ways even counter-productive. The move comes as some branches of military have begun using sites like Twitter to communicate more effectively.
There is a new product in the Apple App Store today that will solve the problem that secret agents and bitter lovers alike share. TigerText claims it is the first app that allows users to delete text messages from the recipient's handset.
The Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association (CESA), the group responsible for planning the largest video game trade show in the Eastern half of the globe, has announced that the 2010 Tokyo Game Show will be a four-day event, putting off prior concerns that it might be scaled back to three days.
Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein has outlined a new strategy to buoy sinking sales of its smartphone line.
Haleron has taken on Apple's overpriced iPad with an Android-powered tablet that features a 800 x 480 TFT LCD touchscreen along with a VIA 600 MHz processor.
The US Air Force has selected Raytheon to design an advanced control segment that is expected to significantly improve the accuracy of information originating from Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites.
A Morgan Stanley analyst has predicted that Apple may introduce a line of cheaper iPhones in June.
The US Secret Service is reportedly shackled by outdated computer systems and an ancient mainframe dating back to the 1980s.
Scientists can now listen to a set of solar wind data that's usually represented visually, as numbers or graphs.
It's always pleasant to get a sexy message from your heart-throb, and Twitter followers of British energy minister Ed Milliband had a nice surprise this morning.
Facebook has been granted a patent that covers large chunks of the entire social networking news feed concept, potentially stopping other social network providers in their tracks.
It's much, much more fun being old in Japan. While we get boring old wheelchairs, they get flying ones.
Nobody likes to be photographed when they're not looking their best. So it's got to be good news for everybody that EU data privacy regulators want Google to warn people before sending its Street View vans out on the roads.