A 20-year-old Pokémon card could become the most expensive Pokémon card ever sold, fetching $500,000, British news agency SWNS reports.
A sealed copy of Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. 3 has become the most expensive video game ever sold, selling for a whopping $156,000 at auction on Friday.
Revenue has plunged at both Booking Holdings Inc. and Expedia Group Inc. this year.
The government is accusing Google of illegally using its market muscle to hobble rivals in a lawsuit that is the biggest challenge to the power and influence of Big Tech in decades.
Nearly a week after Microsoft launched the new Xbox Series X and S consoles in time for the holiday shopping season, the gaming unit's CFO put a damper on those looking to score one anytime soon.
Airbnb filed for its highly anticipated IPO Monday. The house-sharing platform now boasts 4 million hosts worldwide, according to the prospectus.
The Red Kettle fundraiser, known for its signature bell ringing outside of stores that cues the official start to the holiday season, will kick off early this year as the organization faces what could be the greatest risk to its fundraising goals.
Nintendo Co. said Thursday that first-half net profit more than tripled from a year earlier as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to drive strong sales.
Ant Group's blockbuster initial public offering is on hold after Chinese state media reported that Ant's co-founder Jack Ma and two other executives had been summoned to meet with China's central bank.
The group of Russian hackers accused of meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election earlier this year targeted the email accounts of Democratic state parties in California and Indiana, and influential think tanks in Washington and New York, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
In August, Microsoft announced that it was cutting off access to a critical piece of support for Internet Explorer in 2021. Now, it's gone a step further, forcing Windows users to use its Microsoft Edge browser, according to a report.
NASA is no stranger to farming in space, having first grown vegetables on the International Space Station in 2016. Now, the space agency is taking it one step further, partnering with Tupperware Brands on a device to help grow these space veggies.
Google has removed three popular apps from the Google Play Store after it was discovered the apps violated laws surrounding data collection efforts on children.
The iPhone 12 is available for sale today, and a group of researchers have created a new way to use Apple's iconic device to diagnose strokes.
Nearly two years after it controversially ended its work on Project Maven, Google is reportedly allowing its artificial intelligence technology for the Trump administration's "virtual" border wall.
Facebook is testing a new Nextdoor-like feature called Neighborhoods to connect local community members.
Microsoft Corp.'s latest Windows 10 appears to be breaking some PCs, causing the tech giant to scramble and fix the issues.
The Indian government has warned Amazon.com’s local unit and Walmart’s Flipkart that sellers on their platforms are not complying with a rule requiring that a product’s country of origin be specified.
Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Friday it was introducing new features across its search engine, Maps and voice assistant to help voters in the United States find their nearest voting locations.
Taco Bell still won’t sell you a Mexican pizza or spicy potato soft taco, but there is a new way for diners to get Taco Bell delivered.