Articles by Alastair Stevenson
Yet another job post suggesting Microsoft is currently working on its next-generation Xbox has appeared, this time suggesting the fabled device will house 3D technology.
Anonymous hackers accuses PR firm Qorvis of heavy Wikipedia edits in favour of Bahrain regime.
Anonymous hackers have re-targeted US military intelligence agencies, releasing two teaser documents as a "taste of what's to come".
Shining through the intense surrealism, Gotham City Impostors core team-based, shooter dynamics blend together with its character modification features to offer a solid and enjoyable game.
Reports have emerged that AnonyOps, a website associated with the hacktivist Anonymous collective, has been defaced by the hacker Exotz.
Infamous hackers Saadi and Hax.r00t have targeted two sites owned by the Thai government, allegedly to protest its online censorship policies.
Hackers operating under the AnonOpsRomania moniker have made good on their promise, posting data stolen in a recent raid on Romania's spy agencies.
Fresh speculation suggests that Microsoft's next-generation Xbox will take a slice out of Nintendo's cake, featuring its own touch screen tablet-like controller.
On the anniversary of the Bahrain uprising, Anonymous hackers have targeted Combined Systems, defacing the weapons maker's site.
Shining though the game's unashamedly old-school and at times cliched plot, Kingdoms of Amalur's satisfying and chunky combat makes the game an accessible, pretty and bloody good RPG well worth a look for both veterans and newcomers to the genre.
Anonymous's Romanian cell has announced that it will release a number of files taken during a recent cyber raid on the country's spy agencies.
Fresh speculation suggests that Google's mysterious new project is a completely next-generation personal communication device.
Continuing its ongoing battle to wrestle sales away from Samsung's Galaxy range, speculation suggests that HTC is set to unveil a new quad-core smartphone at this year's MWC.
Anonymous hackers have posted data taken during its January cyber raid on KPN, allegedly proving it had access to the Dutch internet service provider's (ISP) networks.
With the Anti-Acta 11 February Day of Action looming, the International Business Times UK looks at why Anonymous, the Pirate Party and activists in general are so up in arms.
Responding to Anonymous hackers' recent attack on its www.bpdnews.com website, the Boston Police Department has released its own video mocking the collective.
Cementing its lead as the world's favourite console, Microsoft's Xbox 360 has claimed the US sales top-spot, outselling Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3).
Samsung's plus-sized beauty the Galaxy Note is reportedly set to get a make-over, with new pics suggesting the device will soon be available in pink.
A part of the wider Anti-Acta movement, within the UK protests have been confirmed in London Glasgow and Nottingham.
In an exclusive interview with the International Business Times UK, Veteran AAA Codemasters group leader turned iOS developer Ben Murch stated that Apple devices currently rule the roost in handheld gaming.