Electronic Arts boss Blake Jorgensen responds again to controversy over Star Wars Battlefront 2's implementation of loot boxes and microtransactions.
Anastasia Knyazeva has amassed more than 560,000 Instagram followers and has been dubbed the most beautiful girl in the world, which many people have said is creepy.
2017 is almost over so Tenor.com has revealed its most popular memes and gifs including Trump draws and Salt Bae.
"This woman travels around the world touting herself as the voice of American women. I'm at the 'peak' of disgust," one Twitter user wrote.
"This will drive 45 mad..." one Twitter user wrote.
Feud between internet giants leads to YouTube being pulled from all Amazon home devices including Fire TV and Echo Show from 1 January.
Back in October, the robot received Saudi citizenship, a move that sparked a debate about rights given to machines and women in the kingdom.
The tweets of LeBron James, Floyd Mayweather, John Cena and Conor McGregor all feature in Twitter's list for top 10 most retweeted sports athlete posts of 2017.
The attack strategy and trajectory of these aerial predators could be employed to develop visually-guided defence drones.
Preliminary investigations into the crash point out to guidance computer errors that caused the spacecraft to make a 360 degree turn in the wrong direction.
Experts raised serious questions about why a virtual keyboard app would need to collect such detailed and personal information that has nothing to do with its functionality.
Beijing is reportedly slated to invest over $3bn on perfecting the cold war-era nuclear "motlen salt" technology to power the country's future weapons.
Europol, the FBI and other European law enforcement authorities recently took down the massive Andromeda malware botnet that has been active since 2011.
Bacteria seem to thrive in the Space Station and researchers find that most of them are harmless.
Satori can also exploit a recently discovered zero-day flaw, which the botnet has already used to infect two widely-used home routers.