Next Tuesday, Blizzard Entertainment will release the first of two massive updates to its most popular online game, World of Warcraft, and completely reimagine the 17-year-old game's user interface. Will every player-made add-on break?
Although the election to replace outgoing United Kingdom Prime Minister Liz Truss is largely a parliamentary party leadership contest, hackers from unfriendly nations are already moving to sow discord among the British public.
The world's largest social network for business professionals and rolodex-skimmers is banning hundreds of thousands of accounts a day, as it struggles with fake accounts and massive fraud. But is it too late?
In an effort to graduate with its teen-and-twenty-something users, TikTok has revealed plans to offer creators of livestreams and loops "adults-only" options. But it isn't for porn.
In the first-ever antitrust breakup order against big tech in the modern era of social media, Facebook's parent company, Meta, has been ordered to sell Giphy.