Sega appears to have accidentally leaked the upcoming features and changes of “Sonic Mania Plus.”
Here’s everything you need to know about Boosted’s new lineup of electric skateboards.
An error in the PAX East demo of “State of Decay 2” strongly suggests that it is coming to Steam.
Bandai Namco has announced that it is delaying the release of “Dark Souls: Remastered” on the Nintendo Switch.
Ubisoft’s app assistant, Sam, says “Watch Dogs 3” is in the works when asked about the development of the game.
It is now being speculated that the next “Pokemon GO” Community Day could feature Charmander and shiny Charizard.
Square Enix is releasing a companion app for “Final Fantasy XIV” and it could mean bad news to many players.
Madmind Studio has revealed that “Agony” on PC will receive a patch that will disable the censoring of violence, torture and nudity in the game.
Microsoft has rolled out new features to Office 365’s OneDrive to protect users from ransomware attacks.
The latest software update for the Essential Phone gives users the ability to customize their apps to either embrace the notch or not.
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming Community Day and Earth Day events in “Pokemon Go.”
Essential has now confirmed that its next phone would come with better camera than the PH-1’s.
A new study presents how AI technology could be used in predicting the probability of life on other planets.
MIT’s latest invention is a device that can read words in the wearer’s mind.
Facebook is rolling out an unsend feature to its platform after CEO Mark Zuckerberg was caught using a feature that permanently deletes messages.
The new version of the YouTube Kids app will only display content manually approved by Google.
Facebook is implementing changes that would restrict third-party apps from accessing user data.
The remastered “Spyro the Dragon” trilogy has popped up on Amazon Mexico’s website, revealing pertinent details about the upcoming game.
Here’s everything you need to know about the latest “Fortnite” update.
A bunch of leaked images appeared to show the Galaxy Note 9 with an in-display fingerprint sensor, but they were quickly proven to be fake.