Game review: Grid (PC)
With 16 cars in a race, grid position is everything. Mid-pack can get quite tight. And if you hit another driver hard enough, they get angry and become a nemesis, out to extract revenge.
Instagram to roll out better third party access controls
Addams Family Mystery Mansion now available on Android and iOS
HKBN launches Marvel & Toy Story themed home gateways
Game review: Borderlands 3 is bulletloads of murder and mayhem
Turnitin looks to AI to detect student cheaters
Tesla's new software update is full of fun (and useful) new features
Game review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition (Switch)
Switch players are getting the full Witcher 3 story and gameplay experience.
ESET breaks down attacks targeting gamers and IT manufacturers
The Winnti Group is known for its espionage capability and targeted attacks, although financial motivations cannot be excluded.
Game review: ReadySet Heroes disappoints
"It's sad for me to report that this game's online community is nonexistent even during its launch month. I was literally unable to find anyone to play with or against online.
Zero-day Internet Explorer vulnerability exploited in the wild
Microsoft released an out-of-band patch for the vulnerability discovered by Google researchers due to the report that it has been exploited in the wild.
Gaming fandom descends on PAX Australia 2019
PAX Australia, as usual, was weird, wacky and rather hectic. But it was full of smiles on happy faces as the Australian gaming community came together to celebrate their hobbies.
Hands-on review: The 10.2" Apple iPad (Seventh Generation)
It's a highly mobile assistant packing a laptop-sized punch.
AMD launches Radeon 5500 series GPUs for desktops & notebooks
MSI, HP, Lenovo and Acer all expected to launch systems with the cards over the next few months.
Hands-on review: Epson's EF-100 projector is an outstanding portable cinema
The Epson EF-100 can produce outstanding images in most light conditions.
Blue Hat launches AR play-based learning center in China
The play-based learning center will provide an immersive learning experience across art, emotional, health, language, science, and social subjects.
Boeing backs Virgin Galactic's missions to space
Boeing is throwing its weight – and its wallet – behind Sir Richard Branson’s spaceflight company Virgin Galactic.
Japan rolls out more facial recognition gates at airports
More airports around Japan will soon be rolling out automated facial recognition gates for travellers passing through immigration and passport control.
New line of GoPro gear comes to stores this month
GoPro’s family of devices will grow a little larger in October, as the GoPro HERO8 Black, GoPro MAX, and Mods hit shelves later this month.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare - Special Ops: What you'll need to play on PC
It’s little more than a week before Call of Duty: Modern Warfare – Special Ops launches across the world on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Church group crowdsources 'I forgive you' emoji design
The Forgivemoji campaign encourages people to design an emoji that represents forgiveness. The team behind the campaign will then decide on the best entry and then submit it to the Unicode Consortium.
Game review: Petoons Party could have been great, but it isn't
It could have been a fun game for young kids to sit and compete against friends if the controls were better and the mini games were fair.
Game review: Painting art in Concrete Genie
Your goal at the beginning of the game is very simple because Ash has to literally light up the drab parts of town using his magical paint brush.
Samsung Galaxy S10 software updated to be more like the Note10
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is stepping up to become more like its cousin the Note 10, with a bunch of new software updates, camera tools and Windows integration.
Game review: NBA 2K20 (PS4) makes you work for success
2K continue to push the envelope to give us yet another slick, gorgeous-looking entry to their long-running basketball franchise.
Social games company Zynga reveals data breach
Zynga has disclosed a data breach that may have compromised millions of account login details for its popular Words With Friends and Draw Something games.
Could robots learn to recognise human emotions? Study says yes.
"The aim is to create a robot that can react to human emotions in difficult situations and get itself out of trouble without having to be monitored or told what to do."