Old-school games like those of Nintendo's original console are being used to teach young programmers across the US.
Facebook chief executive officer Mark Zuckerberg fired back at assertions that fake news trending on Facebook newsfeeds resulted in the election of Donald Trump.
In August, LinkedIn was found to be violation of a law which requires websites to store the data of their Russian users in local servers.
While the social media service has seen its stock value wane this year, Election Day proved it's indispensable.
Although originally Twitter announced that it would be shutting Vine down, there are now reports that the company is entertaining multiple offers for its short video app service.
Samsung took out full-page ads in three major US daily newspapers apologizing to consumers for the catastrophic problems of the Galaxy Note 7.
Apple's new MacBook Pro does away with SD card slots and has new USB ports, leaving some critics wondering if it is putting too much hope in a wireless world.
A manifesto by the Shadow Brokers group reads like a caricature of Russia's political grievances.
Ghosts have invaded the wizard school, and Momo the Cat has to defeat them with well-timed swipes of her magic wand.
Although a joint investigation continues, SpaceX has been able to duplicate the Falcon 9 flaw. And SpaceX plans to return to flight by the end of the year.
Global sales of PCs are in decline. Microsoft hopes a version that's part tablet, part desktop can take advantage of a shift toward mobile devices.
Google Fiber, the broadband internet and television subsidiary of parent company Alphabet Inc. will lose its CEO, nine percent of its staff, and halt prospective operations as it reexamines overall plan.