China has become one of the big developers of technological advancements and is soon coming big to rival the more important known countries like the United States.
By now, you’ve probably heard about the dual threats of Meltdown and Spectre, the two latest and potentially largest threats to any computer’s security in quite a few years.
In a world where the U.N. has declared internet access a basic human right, why are so many companies being given unrestricted power over how they present it to customers?
For every story of an entrepreneur finding success after hardship, there are dozens of stories of bright young hopefuls who met failure and were dissuaded from pursuing their dreams.
Big-name game studios are starting to take cues from mobile game developers. Unfortunately, they’re not taking cues for the right reasons.
Google is thought to be planning the release of a strong competitor for Amazon’s home assistants with a screen.
It turns out that gaming was not something easily categorised as being “for boys” or “for girls” for a very long time.
You know what I love about the digital technology age? Things change so fast and so suddenly you can never predict what’s going to happen next.
The massive corporation is starting to see a serious backlash over its practices in the EU circuit.
For the first time in a decade, AMD has pulled ahead of Intel in terms of raw sales.