Rovio has teamed up with US punk rock band Green Day for a musical themed episode of Angry Birds Friends.
eBay is to ban the sale of Tarot readings and spells on its auction website from the end of this month, citing difficulties resolving customer complaints.
Fast food empire McDonald's is hoping to bring its artery-clogging cuisine to the digital age with an app that lets customers order and pay for their meals online, powered by PayPal.
A new fibre optic cable spanning 7,800km from Japan to Singapore and capable of delivering speeds of 40Gb/s has opened.
Google has updated the transit features of its popular Maps service on Android, making it easier to find public transportation.
Malware on Google's Android platform has risen threefold in the second quarter of this year, with nearly 15,000 new malware added to Kaspersky Lab's database.
Electronic Arts has unveiled a free-to-play Command & Conquer online game at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany.
Blizzard is giving gamers a free trial of Diablo III with the launch of its new Starter Edition, opening the hellish world of hack-and-slash to a wider audience.
A number of users of a Bitcoin website have sued it after they lost thousands of dollars when the website was hacked and appropriate compensation was not provided.
Blizzard has revealed that its Battle.net servers have been hacked, leading to millions of account details being stolen by hackers.
A gamer has made over $10,000 on Diablo III's real-money auction house, showing that with a lot of work there is real potential to make a living off the game.
Several employees of dominant Chinese search engine Baidu have been arrested over allegations of accepting bribes in return for deleting forum posts.
Microsoft has launched a preview version of its upcoming new email service Outlook.com, which should replace the once-dominant Hotmail service in the months and years to come.
Electronic Arts (EA) has announced that it will be bringing an online version of its popular FIFA sports franchise to South Korea.
Facebook has reported a loss of $157 million in the second quarter of the year, causing shares to plummet only two months after the company went public.
Google has launched a broadband service that it claims is 100 times faster than the average speeds experienced by most internet users.
Internet giants including Google, Facebook, Amazon and eBay have banded together to set up the Internet Association in order to lobby the US government on important internet issues.
Blizzard has announced the release date for the fourth expansion to its popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG), World of Warcraft.
Over one million people have signed a petition asking Google to allow third-party recording of YouTube videos for private use.
Google has updated maps of a number of countries in Europe, Africa and Asia, making them more detailed and accurate.