Tekserve, a landmark New York City Apple dealer and repair center for 29 years, closed this week and is auctioning off its huge collection of computers and other tech. The centerpiece is a 35-piece (mostly) Macintosh collection from its Mac Museum, w...
Watch Tommen, the High Sparrow, and Septa Unella play charades in costume on the 'Game of Thrones' set
Warning: Spoilers ahead for "Game of Thrones" season six.
Who among us hasn't downloaded "Heads Up" (the phone app version of charades) in order to pass the time with some friends? Turns out the "Game of Thrones" cast did just that while filming season six.
As Uber prepares to launch its first fleet of self-driving cars this month in Pittsburgh, the company is still grappling with one major problem: bridges.
Ubisoft has dropped the dates for three of its incoming VR games, including Star Trek: Bridge Crew. That title, set in JJ Abrams Star Trek universe, is available for pre-order and arrives on all three major platforms, the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and So...
Here’s a case where film marketers being incurably Western causes a big problem: Arrival released 12 posters depicting alien monoliths appearing across the world. One of them photoshopped a building from Shanghai into a Hong Kong skyline. Oops.
Today, Microsoft is announcing that it's releasing PowerShell, its immensely popular tool for automating and managing Windows servers at large scales, to open source, complete with a version for the free Linux operating system.
Facebook is locked into a seemingly neverending game of ping pong with the ad blocking community (FB)
On August 9, Facebook publicly announced it was taking a stand against ad blockers by preventing ad blocking software from working on its desktop site.
Behind the scenes, Facebook has been locked in a back-and-forth battle with the ad blocking community ever since.
Adblock Plus published a blog post on Thursday, showing how the "ping pong" match has been playing out so far.