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A review of Bonza, where crosswords meet jumble
A look at how review bombing affects entertainment products
"The way he combined his work with his life's passions, the deep meaning he derived from it, has been instrumental in shaping my own views of work and life."
'The Last of Us 2' is the last Sony exclusive with the PlayStation 4 and a fitting end to a gaming generation
The gaming industry takes a stand and responds to #BlackLivesMatter
Pokemon Go is a reality game that gives players the option of outdoor exploration and physical presence
The video communications company has added security updates to its application
The film is adapted from the best-selling children's book by Oliver Jeffers and created by animation firm Studio AKA.
We take a look at the various ways in which the pandemic has affected the industry
The hashtag #LastNormalPhoto has started trending on Twitter when BBC compiled 13 stories and asked readers to share their photos
Users can now adjust the pressure sensitivity of Apple Pencil for more precise brushing, cloning, and other effects when using brush-based tools.
What it's like to play the latest game from the franchise on mobile
In 2020, Samsung Pay will be expanding its service from being a rewarding way to shop and pay, to also being a rewarding way to manage money, according to the company.
Microsoft said its partnership with the global security community is key to keeping the customers secure.
It's a machine learning model that's designed to help developers accurately identify and prioritise critical security issues that need fixing.
LED devices emit harmful blue light which can cause eye strain on prolonged exposure.
An option in Twitter's privacy settings called "Share your data with Twitter's business partners" used to let users disable sharing some of their personal information.
With the prospect of spending weeks at home amid Covid-19 outbreak, youngsters are socialising through online games
Location data, bluetooth and tracing a person's whereabouts being relied upon in the war against Covid-19
The social media giant is experiencing a massive surge in usage of its apps as billions of people stay home.