Valve is preparing to send early prototypes of its new Steam Box hardware to users in three to four months, according to comments from the company's co-founder Gabe Newell given to the BBC.
Sales of Sony's PS Vita console have increased four-fold in Japan following a drop in its starting price in late February.
Planet Fitness says former member Tina Santoro Asmar was being "extremely unprofessional and rude and dismissive."
Japanese carrier Willcom has introduced what it is calling the world's "smallest and lightest phone."
A market survey suggests game console developers will have an even harder time selling their next-generation hardware than originally thought.
Baltimore Catholic Church deacon William Steven Albaugh was arrested after Verizon discovered child pornography on his personal online storage locker last week.
A highly anticipated reboot of one of the most storied video game franchises in history is finally here. But is 2013's "Tomb Raider" worthy of Lara Croft's legacy?
The OUYA game console will start shipping to Kickstarter backers on March 28, OUYA CEO and co-founder Julie Uhrman announced this week.
Apple is blocking messages with the phrase "barely legal teen" sent through its iCloud email service, suggesting the company is taking another aggressive approach to resolve its "porn problem."
Andrew Mason has been removed from his position as CEO of Groupon.
Sony has sold its Tokyo-based Sony City Osaki building in an effort to cut costs and reconfigure its assets.
The New York Times has struck a new deal with Starbucks to offer coffee drinkers limited access to the paper's stories.
Samsung is launching a new mobile wallet application for its Android smartphone and sticking closer to Apple's playbook.
Google may be adding a new feature to its Chrome web browser to help users identify deal with the problem of so-called "noisy tabs."
Apple has proposed a settlement to a 2011 case alleging that it inform its customers of the financial risks involved in unregulated in-app purchases.
Amazon has signed a new deal with FX, gaining exclusive rights to host its show "Justified" on the Prime Instant Video service.
Zynga announced Monday that it is closing down and "consolidating" its offices in New York and Texas to cut costs.
A few lines of code nestled away in Google's most recent update for its YouTube Android application have revealed more about the company's rumored pay-to-view services than it is currently admitting.
Facebook has partnered with a number of mobile carriers to cut costs for its mobile messaging service.
A bill permitting online gambling in Nevada was signed into law this week, giving hope to companies seeking to break into the business.