Why I love Hideo Kojima’s demented and hilarious masterpiece.
The retail giant wants to cash in on the hoverboard craze. Are they walking into a legal buzzsaw?
The weird and controversial heart of web culture now belongs to the man who pioneered anonymous image board culture.
The gliding gadgets are suddenly everywhere, and someone is going to make a killing. Will it be the guy who patented them, the guy who imported them from China, or Mark Cuban?
Apple announced upgrades to the iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV. BuzzFeed Tech and editors John Paczkowski, Mat Honan, and Nicole Nguyen reported from the event.
Apple is expected to announce upgrades to iPhone, iPad, and AppleTV. BuzzFeed Tech and editors John Paczkowski, Mat Honan, and Nicole Nguyen are at the event.
Summit Schools, known for its tech-focused curriculum, let Facebook engineers rebuild its learning software, which could eventually spread to public schools nationally.
Featuring four Spartans, a Covenant army, and a couple energy swords.
Noel Biderman, who founded the company in 2001, stepped down after a massive hack revealed information about millions of members.
A student looking for money and an escort are among the women to whom Noel Biderman sent dozens of suggestive emails.
Avid Life Media is likely to face a barrage of class action lawsuits following the disastrous hack of its cheating site Ashley Madison. Here’s why it should be especially concerned about suits filed in Canada.
The hacking group behind the leak just dumped another huge batch of confidential data.
The hacked cheating site sold peace of mind to tens of thousands of users.
Embedded Facebook comments, meant to make stories more social, have become the latest breeding ground for internet cons.
What’s the lesson of a hacking and security conference in Las Vegas? We’re all so screwed. Every one of us.
“Cuckservative” is the GamerGate of the conservative internet.
A century of ethics in journalism meets “ethics in gaming journalism.”