“Stone Cold” Steve Austin was named Monday as the cover superstar — and he will step inside the virtual ring as a playable character — for the “WWE 2K16″ video game.
HP is moving forward with plans to split into two companies, filing paperwork to create a new entity that will sell commercial technology, while a separate spinoff will sell personal computers and printers.
A Texas task force has created what officials call a first-of-its-kind website designed to help families who have children with disabilities and special needs.
Alex Stamos said in a Facebook post that he will be joining the social networking company on Monday. He succeeds Joe Sullivan, who departed Facebook Inc. in April to head to Uber.
An Associated Press reporter says the Apple Watch is the best smartwatch available, given its polished design and wide range of apps. But there may be reasons to consider something else.
A severe solar storm slammed Earth on Monday, increasing the chances of fluctuations in the power grid and GPS. It also pushes shimmering polar auroras to places where more people can possibly see them.
Hours after Taylor Swift criticized Apple, the company announced that it will pay royalties to artists for music played during a free trial of its new streaming music service.
Fitness-tracking device maker Fitbit on Wednesday priced its initial public offering of stock at $20 per share, slightly more than anticipated, ahead of trading on Thursday.
A popular web service that promises to help people keep their passwords secure has reported that hackers may have obtained some user information from its network.
The Force is strong with Electronic Arts. The video game publisher heavily focused on its forthcoming “Star Wars” games during a briefing Monday at E3 in Los Angeles.
Nathan Drake is back in action. Sony capped off its game-filled E3 briefing Monday night with a bullet-riddled demonstration of “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End.”
The messaging service can bring fame or get you fired. But, despite the buzz generated by its chatters, Twitter has never turned a profit and has a relatively small user base.