Blizzard has launched its fourth expansion for World of Warcraft (WoW), called Mists of Pandaria, which increases the level cap, adds a new continent, new race, new class, and many other additions and improvements to the popular MMO.
Kabam has partnered with Warner Bros. to deliver two web and mobile games based on the upcoming The Hobbit movie trilogy.
Megaupload.com was one of the largest file hosting sites in the world, until, in January of this year, the US Department of Justice shut it down indefinitely after the arrest of it's owners in regards to copyright related crimes. However, Megaupload's founder, Kim Dotcom has announced that the site will soon return.
The Philippines has banned cybersex, introducing fines and up to six months in jail for anyone found guilty of the new digital crime.
Google has refused to remove a controversial YouTube video depicting the Prophet Mohammad in a negative light, despite calls from the White House to take down the clip.
The supernatural massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) The Secret World may become the latest in the genre to switch to a free-to-play model, the CEO of Funcom has hinted.
A French man has been fined under a new law after his wife downloaded two songs illegally by pop artist Rihanna, despite the fact that he was not the culprit of the digital crime.
Intel has looked into its crystal ball and seen the future of computing: a world where every device that can compute will connect to the internet without any wires altogether.
A US judge has declared a mistrial in a murder case after the defendant's lawyer posted a picture of the man's underwear on Facebook, marking one of the most bizarre cases where the internet has interfered in a trial.
A US judge has ordered Twitter to hand over the tweets by one of the Occupy Wall Street protesters, with the court threatening to fine the company if it does not comply.
Apple has barely fed its legal hounds with the blood of Samsung and is already setting them on another target, this time a small Polish online grocery website.
Bettina Wulff, the wife of the former German president Christian Wulff, has sued Google over search results that link her with prostitution.
A hacker who operated a botnet of 72,000 infected computers has been jailed for 30 months in the United States, sending a stark warning to other cybercriminals that such activities will not be tolerated.
A major Bitcoin currency exchange has gone offline after $250,000 worth of Bitcoins were stolen from its servers, marking the latest in a series of security issues for the virtual money.
A recent study has revealed that most people who download files on a BitTorrent service are being monitored by a number of agencies, including copyright enforcement groups.
Samsung has apologised to two Indian bloggers for putting them through “undue hardship” relating to accusations of forced blogging on behalf of the company.
Members of Team GhostShell, linked with Anonymous, have published data on more than a million user accounts from 100 sites, calling the release "Team GhostShell's final form of protest this summer against the banks, politicians and for all the fallen hackers this year."
A majority of Americans are confused about what the cloud is and many of them fake knowledge about it when asked, revealing a worrying lack of education about one of the booming sectors of the technology industry.
Square Enix has allegedly ordered stores to destroy copies of Final Fantasy XIV in preparation for the release of a revamped version of the game.
Rovio has teamed up with US punk rock band Green Day for a musical themed episode of Angry Birds Friends.