You know that Destiny game that everyone's raving about? Activision is spending over $500 million on said title, but all that dough isn't solely being invested in September's game. CEO Eric Hirshberg says that figure represents the company's faith in the Destiny franchise.
You've served us well so far USB, but it's time for your connector to join the 21st century. Say hello to USB Type-C: it's reversible, twice as fast and ready for production. Did we mention it's reversible?
Say hello to Asus' first-ever Chrome OS device, the C200. This $250 Chromebook has incredible battery life and a comfortable, no-compromise keyboard, just don't expect blazing fast performance.
Remember Zoe, HTC's slideshow feature that arrived on the original One? Recode says the software's headed to the Google Play Store, along with other applications developed by a brand-new division of the company called HTC Creative Labs.
Wanna be among the first to experience a glimpse of Michael Jackson's posthumous Xscape album? Today at 10pm ET, the music video for "A Place with No Name" is debuting on Twitter. And in case you didn't know, his handle is @MichaelJackson.
In a recent interview with Wired, Edward Snowden revealed that the NSA is building an autonomous online system called MonsterMind designed to crush cyber attacks and launch immediate countermeasures. Skynet, anyone?
Delayed flights are no fun, and Google feels your pain. That's why it updated Google Now to highlight alternate flights when you're facing such a predicament.