Plus, Ubisoft confirms people who were in the closed beta will get to play 24 hours early.
In an online essay, the former Reddit CEO says more women and minorities are speaking publicly about discrimination in tech.
It's been a year since Apple Pay launched in the US, yet mobile payment systems have not taken off in a big way with consumers. With Samsung Pay and Android Pay also on the market, CNET.com's Lexy Savvides looks at what you should consider when using mobile payments.
But like most tech companies, Apple has a workforce that continues to be overwhelmingly male- and white-dominated, according to a new diversity report issued by the company.
Intel says that it's on pace to hit its diversity hiring goals for 2015 and continues to peg 2020 as the year it hopes to reach full representation in its workforce for women and minorities.
The e-commerce giant has been behind Apple and Google in the app store race, though it's taken steps to improve its offering and those are starting to pay off.
Finally, we get a new iPod Touch and iPod refresh. Apple TV looks to be on track for a fall release. Plus, we put Apple's claim that 99 percent of iPhone users "love" their iPhones to the test.
China told the US it was ready to cooperate on cybersecurity issues. But can the two sides really play nice after years of tension and accusations?
Hardware, software and funding limits mean it's not easy to make the fastest computers even faster. That's too bad for the industries that rely on them.
Once Sprint's technology chief, Stephen Bye will soon head up strategy for rural operator C Spire, as the company decides whether to participate in the government's upcoming spectrum auction.