A new study reveals that water was found on the Moon, which originated from water-filled asteroids. The study also contradicts the decade old theory that the Moon was bone dry.
Dell is launching the first known 17-inch 2-in-1 laptop to the world, along with its refreshed Inspiron 2-in-1 laptops at more affordable prices.
'Nano Dimension,' an Israeli company for 3D printing electronics partnered with Accellta, an Israeli stem cell research company, in order to create a 3D bioprinter using stem cells.
Rockstar, Grand Theft Auto's game developer, released a new set of fan-themed jobs. However, DLC plans have yet to be revealed.
Sony has reportedly sold 40 million units of PlayStation 4 consoles, making it the company's fastest-selling console in history.
Apple is speculated to launch a revamped MacBook Pro. Will the next generation serve as Apple's comeback?
Microsoft killed the last remaining holdings of Nokia. As part of the move, the US company will lay off more than 1,000 workers of Nokia. Despite this small setback, Mircosoft is still planning on forging ahead in the smartphone industry.
WhatsApp is widely used all around the world because of its convenient instant messaging feature. However, many still do not know some of the platform's useful features.
Telltale Publishing is releasing "7 Days to Die" on PlayStation and Xbox consoles. The game was first released in 2013 for Microsoft Windows and OS X platforms.
Niantic Labs has launched Pokemon Game beta testers in a few countries and gamers who were lucky enough to play the game on beta leaked some game details.
Game publisher, EA confirmed that it is working for the game sequel of its Star Wars Battlefront Game. The game will also feature a single player campaign this time.
Google will soon releases its new Android OS, Android N, as HTC and Samasung are also planning to release their devices featuring the new operating system.
Oculus released its updated Rift software, aiming to curb piracy. However, it seems that the new update has made it easier to game piracy.
Mojang, the developer of Minecraft partnered with NetEase, China's top Internet tech company, and they have made a deal to license "Minecraft."