Black Flag is arguably the most accessible and open-world Assassin's Creed game to date even if it comes with some repetitive gameplay and frustrating difficulty.
The option to report inappropriate or malicious apps has been available in the Play mobile app, but now Google has added the option on the Play website.
Under new European rules Google has to remove links to offending material online, but you will at least know when your search results have been doctored.
This new bulb sounds interesting, but we see some glaring problems with the company's approach.
The games giant is planning to focus on health, which it will tie into its games in future. Though exactly how isn't really clear.
An attorney for Apple cautions the jury that patent infringement destroys economies and companies, much like what happened with US TV makers. A judge denies Samsung's mistrial request.
Reenacting "Back to the Future" in real time on Twitter, an app that proves you're free of STDs, a bike lock that puts a hit out on would-be thieves, and a mysterious barge in the Bay Area that may soon house a floating Google Glass store.
The activist investor quits the fight to win control over Dell, but doesn't exactly cease hostilities. He quips (or so he says): "What's the difference between Dell and a dictatorship?"
The company's president says its performance in the mobile space is "not acceptable."
The Superman Ultimate Flight ride at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom uses electromagnetic technology called linear synchronous motor, or LSM, to launch riders at 63 miles an hour through a tunnel and send them up more than 100 feet above the ground, where they momentarily hang upside down with only a lap bar holding them in their seats. Check out the POV video.