Articles By Yannick LeJacq
Following a poor earnings report last week and a steep drop in its share prices, social gaming giant Zynga is now facing an insider trading lawsuit on account of some suspicious financial activity by the company's top executives.
The iconic children's book franchise is doing its best to control for any damage incurred through its continued partnership with Chick-Fil-A, stating on their website that the company has "no control" over the program currently in planning with the controversial fast-food chain.
Acclaimed author and science writer Jonah Lehrer resigned from his position as a staff writer at the New Yorker magazine on Monday following a report that he "fabricated" several quotes and details about Bob Dylan's life in his recent best-selling nonfiction work "Imagine: How Creativity Works.
Chris Marker, the experimental filmmaker behind movies such as "La Jetee" and "Sans Soleil," died on Monday at the age of 91.
A new investigation confirmed some suspicious rumors about Microsoft's next-generation video game console, the Xbox 720, following a leak of the console's preliminary software development kit.
Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of online retailer Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN), and his wife Mackenzie Bezos have pledged $2.5 million to help defend same-sex marriage in Washington state. Will this move affect Amazon as did forays into the culture wars made by Chick-fil-A Inc., Kraft Foods Inc.
Rumors circulated yesterday that Apple was planning to develop a video game console after news broke that the company had filed a new patent containing several promising images of game controllers. But do the claims hold water?
Michael Phelps, the 26-year old Olympic athlete posed to enter the 2012 Olympics later this week, may have a problem with his addiction to the popular military shooter "Call of Duty," according to some comments he made in a recent interview.
Ridley Scott is teaming up with screenwriter Steve Zaillian to produce a big-picture version of "The Day That Britain Stopped," a mockumentary about a gigantic traffic jam.
The SDK for the upcoming Windows Phone 8 was leaked on Thursday through the Chinese website WPXAP. Information contained in the document included details on improved apps for the phone's camera as well as 3D Nokia maps and expanded capabilities for third-party developers.