Following the board meeting on Sunday, Yahoo has finally decided to acquire Tumblr for $1.1 billion in cash and has promised that it won’t screw up the blogging service.
World of Warcarft, gaming industry’s most popular franchise and one of Activision Blizzard's cash cow, is bleeding subscribers with 1.3 million defecting the game in the first quarter of 2013 alone.
Sony may have a hard time shipping out the expected 12-16 million units of its next-gen gaming console – the PlayStation (PS) 4 it has been reported.
Hamburg's Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information has handed down a $190,000 fine to Google in Germany for gathering emails, photos, password and chat protocols and storing them using Street View cars from unprotected Wi-Fi networks.
Capcom hasn’t had a good year financially and gone for a revised outlook again of some of its big name games for the last financial year with the blame landing on "excessive outsourcing".
The Open Group has published a 32-page technical security standard focusing on supply-chain safety to fight against the dangers of counterfeit and tampered IT products.
Mozilla’s CEO Gary Kovacs is stepping down just two years after taking over the reins of the company in November 2010.
It is not uncommon for employees of organizations to lose their devices occasionally but, a recent Freedom of Information request in the UK has revealed that the BBC has lost nearly 800 devices over the period of three years.
WhatsApp’s business development head has revealed that that the company is not holding any sales talk with Google.