China's new gaming rules prohibit blood and gambling
It could have implications for the industry as a whole.
France launches government chat app after fixing last-minute flaw
Tchap had a bug that would let anyone sign up.
Austria draft law would require real names for internet comments
You could use a public nickname, but anonymity would still disappear.
CIA claims Huawei is funded by Chinese state security
Huawei rejects the allegations.
The Morning After: Cracking open the Galaxy Fold
And mapping the future of console gaming.
Hacker posts over 4,000 sensitive documents from Mexican embassy
A hacker dumped the files when his attempts to contact officials were ignored.
FTC's Facebook investigation could focus on Zuckerberg
Regulars might seek greater oversight of his leadership.
Russia worked hard to recruit social media users to campaign for Trump
The IRA got someone to dress up as Santa with a mask of the president's face.
HBO isn't happy about Trump's Game of Thrones-inspired tweets
'We still prefer our IP not be used for political purposes,' the network said.