The World Health Organisation lists gaming addiction as a mental health condition for the first time.
Urban spaces are congested and polluted, so do we all need to get on our bikes?
In Manchester bikes are feeding back data to the city about where they go.
The security firm halted the work after questions were asked in the European Parliament about its software.
The tech giant's new reports reveals that fewer than 30% of its global staff are women.
Critics say changes to copyright laws could "break" the net and stifle online life and creativity.
The narrative director of Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Mel MacCoubrey, explains how the new game's interactive features give people choice over how they play.
A start-up has recreated classic video game cabinets but at a much smaller size than the originals.
China's Didi Chuxing will compete with India's Ola and Uber when it launches in Melbourne on 25 June.
CoD is adopting a last-fighter-standing challenge, but can it beat Fortnite at its own game?
"Deep learning" algorithms are becoming so complex their creators don't understand how they work.
Neural networks have given political radio journalist Jamie Dupree the ability to speak once more.
Makers of the PlayStation blockbuster explain why they wanted a more mature Peter Parker.
Classic game Tetris has been a hit for more than three decades, but it is now headed in a new direction.
Telstar 18 - the official World Cup 2018 ball - gets put through its paces at a British university.
The move will make it more difficult for hackers, and police, to unlock handsets without authorisation.
Firm is under pressure to explain why Switch owners cannot use PS4-linked Fortnite accounts.
Fear of fake news and the toxic nature of debates are turning people away from news on social media, a study says.
Dinosaurs destroy gamers' careful park-planning in the latest Jurassic World game on show at E3.
Delegations to the European Space Agency vote to procure another batch of spacecraft, despite British calls to delay.