Digital Privacy Watchdogs Concerned About Searching of Electronic Devices at Borders

Watchdog groups that keep tabs on digital privacy rights are concerned that U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents are searching the phones and other...

‘The Division’ Breaks First Day Sales Record for Ubisoft

Ubisoft’s newest franchise The Division has been out less than a week and it’s off to a strong start that should bode well for...

Smartphones Will Soon Replace Credit Cards at ATM Machines

Here's another use for the smartphone as it invades daily life: in place of your debit card at your bank cash machine. The "cardless" automatic...

ESPN Launches Sleek New Suite of Apps

ESPN is overhauling everything this year, but before its website gets a makeover in April to mark its 20th anniversary, the sports giant is...

How to Break It Off With Facebook

Fed up with Facebook? You’re not alone. A growing number of people are deleting it, or at least wrestling with whether they should, in...

Microsoft to Recall Surface Pro Power Cords Following Overheating Concerns

Microsoft is planning to recall a number of Surface Pro power cords following overheating concerns. Channelnomics Europe reports that the software giant will announce...

Amazon Launches New Online Education Service for Teachers

Just ahead of the back-to-school season, Amazon plans to make a major foray into the education technology market for primary and secondary schools, a...

Amazon Posts Huge Loss in the Third Quarter, Says There Will be More

Amazon had warned that it would lose bundles of cash in the third quarter, and it didn't disappoint. But the size of the loss and...

Apple Reportedly Joining Amazon, Google, Facebook and Microsoft in AI Research Group

Apple Inc. is set to join the Partnership on AI, an artificial intelligence research group that includes Amazon.com Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Facebook Inc....

The Dark Side of Mobile Phone Production: Exploiting of Workers in China, Congo Highlighted

As the world's largest mobile phone fair hosts the "creme de la creme" in Barcelona, activists slam the dark side of a sector accused...

Pew Research: 87% of U.S. Adults Now Use the Internet, Majority of Them Through...

Almost 90 percent of American adults surveyed use the Internet, and almost all say that the Internet has been a good thing for them...

Facebook Gets EU Approval to Buy WhatsApp for $19 Billion

Facebook Inc. (FB) won European Union antitrust approval to buy messaging service WhatsApp Inc. for about $19 billion, its biggest acquisition to date. The European...

Sprint and Boingo Team Up for Free Airport Wi-Fi

When you're sitting around at the airport waiting to board your flight, what do you do to pass the time? Play around on your...

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer Gives Birth to Identical Twin Daughters

Marissa Mayer has given birth to identical twin daughters, the Yahoo CEO announced Thursday morning on Twitter. The tweet received a number of congratulatory comments...

Apple and Amazon Will Not Release Data on Federal Diversity in the Workforce

Apple and Amazon, two of technology's most powerful companies, are refusing to release federal data on the diversity of their workforces. Spokeswoman Kristin Huguet declined...

Tesla’s Gigafactory Grand Opening to be Held on July 29

Tesla's massive, 130-acre battery-making Gigafactory isn't due to start production on lithium ion cells until 2017, but a grand opening is due to be...
European Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager speaks during a media conference at EU headquarters in Brussels, Wednesday, March 20, 2019. European Union regulators have hit Google with a 1.49 billion euro ($1.68 billion) fine for abusing its dominant role in online advertising. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)

Europe Fines Google $1.7 Billion in Antitrust Case

Europe’s antitrust regulators slapped Google with a big fine Wednesday for the third time in less than two years, ordering the tech giant to...

How to Watch the 2017 Game Awards

The Game Awards 2017 in only a few days away and you'll be able to watch the event right here on IGN. Just like prior...

Humans Have Started Growing Spikes On the Backs of Their Heads Due to Overuse...

Press your fingers into the back of your skull, just above your neck. If you feel a small spike you may be among people...

Sheryl Sandberg Dating Video Game Billionaire Bobby Kotick

It appears Sheryl Sandberg is back on the dating scene. The Facebook chief operating officer is dating Activision Blizzard video games billionaire Bobby Kotick, according...