You run, jump on platforms, eat mushrooms and try to avoid enemies. There's one big difference, though. Mario runs all by himself.
ThinkGeek Retailer offers an interesting promo to the people having their Nintendo NES Classic lottery promo this year’s finale.
Nokia branded handsets are returning to the market with the first announced device being a $26 dumb phone complete with the classic "Snake" mobile game.
Its new “C-HR Crossover” sport-utility vehicle, which goes on sale in Japan Wednesday and in the U.S. next spring, is another attempt at a radical style departure for the world’s largest auto maker.
“Camille the Steel Shadow” is the latest Champion to be released by Riot Games in their game "League of Legends."
Credible documentation for a “Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon (2017)” has been exposed online through “China’s Benchlife blog.”
The Chainsmokers' "Closer" arrived a bit late for summer consideration, but surely won the honors.
Apple has released the final version of iOS 10.2 and now the Apple Jailbreak community waits for the much-bragged about iOS 10 jailbreaks from Pangu.
Stephen Colbert signed up Norah Jones and Jon Batiste to help him debut a maddening, so-bad-it's-good holiday tune titled "Christmas Is Now" on “The Late Show Monday With Stephen Colbert.”
Apple has reveals the latest version of its “iPhone software - iOS 10.2.” The latest upgrade to iOS brings a number of improvements and upgrades to the company's mobile offering, which is available to download for free now.
“UFC featherweight champion” Jose Aldo has confirmed he will face Max Holloway at UFC 208 on Feb. 11 2017.
Adele came out a big winner at the BBC Music Awards on Monday (Dec. 12). The British diva won both the fan-voted album of the year award for 25 and the songs of the year honor for “Hello,” while Coldplay and The 1975 also put a mark that night.
BlackBerry releases an upgraded mobile security service called “BlackBerry Secure,” which equipped with firm’s various security products into a single, integrated suite.
Mercedes-Benz” has made a remarkable lead over its rival “BMW” in the race for the title of the world’s biggest luxury-car brand, and those sales momentum looks set to continue through at least 2018.
“Alphabet,” which is the parent company of Google and Facebook are among the 10 largest companies in the world.