The free-to-play video game business model depends on the deep addiction of people like Chris, who spent his entire savings playing a game that most people play for zero dollars.
Now that some of the initial giddiness has worn off, the realities of what Chromecast — Google's little web-to-TV stick — can and cannot do has set in.
Before PRISM and all the other sophisticated Internet snooping programs, the NSA had "ANCHORY" the government version of Google News, before Google News existed.
In the digital Wild West that is Twitter, favoriting is the safest way to make your presence known. But there's a precise art to hitting that button.
Despite the months of speculation that the future of Apple hinges on a rumored "cheap iPhone," it turns out this magic device already exists: when given the option to buy the brand newest, fastest, sleekest version of the iPhone, a lot of people choose a cheaper, totally decent version instead.
Three months after Reddit led a crowd-sourced investigation that identified an innocent missing man as a terrorist suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, The New York Times Magazine is asking "Should Reddit Be Blamed for the Spreading of a Smear?
Google today announced a new Internet-to-television device, a well-developed area of technology that doesn't really need another gizmo.
The punk band Savages has committed a crime against typefaces, according to folk musician Sufjan Stevens, by choosing Helvetica Narrow for its most recent album cover.
Following yesterday's Apple earnings report, the tech press can't decide what to make of consumer demand for iProducts.
Apple very slightly beat Wall Street expectations in the 3rd quarter because of better than expected iPhone sales of 31.2 million units, bringing its revenue to $35.3 billion, just a little bit higher than the $34.9 billion expected by analysts, which has its stock up around five percent in after-hours trading.
Eight months after Sandy ravaged the beaches of the Jersey Shore much of the beach front looks as good as new — or at least much better than it did back in November, per some incredible aerial photos at The New Yorker.
You might not know what it's called, but you, reader of the Internet, have most likely encountered parallax scrolling — the latest trend in Web design — at some point in the last six months to a year.
Daniel Loeb — the guy responsible for ousting the former foul-mouthed Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz and also sabotaging potential successor Scott Thompson in favor of current CEO and Google darling Marissa Mayer — is pulling out the majority of his stock in the company and stepping down from the board.
Due to having put out zero new products this quarter, Apple's quarterly earnings report out today won't make the company look any better — and not just because of the expected drop in profit and flat sales.
In light of the most important baby birth of ever, clever social media marketing geniuses decided to put out some real time news related ads in the form of "clever" royal baby related twitter campaigns.
In our digital social lives we tend to make friends for life. Here's the case for weeding out all the unnecessary humans in your digital social circles.
Google is using its latest inbox redesign to stick ads in the holiest of places: Right inside your Gmail inbox.
If you type "gay," "lesbian," or "bisexual" into the Tumblr search on the iOS app nothing comes up, even though there are plenty of posts with those tags floating around Tumblr.
Going against Apple's previous touchscreen strategy, the rumormongers insist that Apple is looking to bring bigger screens to both the iPhone and the iPad, essentially following Samsung by peddling an assortment of screen-sizes for its products.