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The purchase gives Activision, which owns "World of Warcraft," "Call of Duty" and "Diablo," dominance on mobile, console and PC platforms.
At the Havana International Trade Fair on Monday, Nov. 2, Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure signed the first direct roaming service agreement with Cuba telecommunications company ETECSA.
Looking for a secure way to make calls and send messages on Android? Signal might be the app you want - it's the one Edward Snowden uses, anyway.
A four-legged robot built by Chinese researchers just walked 83 miles on a single battery charge, more than doubling the previous record.
"Star Trek" fans rejoice — there's a new series coming your way in 2017. But the way you'll watch it will be different from any previous Trek show.
Amazon is now offering new birth mothers who have spent a year with the company up to 20 weeks of paid maternity leave.
Data stolen in a massive breach of the Office of Personnel Management has not shown up for sale online, a cybersecurity researcher says.
Halloween is a tough time for autonomous car systems. What is an AI to make of a ghost running across the street, or a giant butterfly fluttering by?
Best Buy is testing out a one-day delivery service option in the San Francisco area, the company confirmed to NBC News on Monday.
Snapchat is defending itself against reports that it's new terms of service agreement alloww the company to store photos and use them in ads.
Can't get a ride in Rome? A new app, Scooterino, may be the Uber of scooter sharing in the traffic-heavy city.
Astronauts celebrated the 15th anniversary of humans living on the International Space Station on Monday.
The United States and Britain will test later this month how its regulators would respond if their financial sectors suffered a major cyberattack.
Amazon is doubling down on the number of limited-time "lightning deals" it will push out to shoppers during the key holiday shopping season.