Tech & games

From a new Mario Party, to Hideo Kojima's latest masterpiece, here are the upcoming games we’re most excited about.
Known as Fortune Street: Dragon Quest & Final Fantasy 30th Anniversary in the west, this gamer’s take on Monopoly is a fun little party game for both hardcore and casual fans alike.
Technical improvements and pristine graphics offer a realistic simulator experience but it might prove slightly frustrating to casual gamers.
Young Post’s intrepid intern Joshua Lee volunteered (was forced to) to use a Nokia 105 for a week and here’s what he learned about life with a smartphone.
Media-only event showed technical improvements via demo racing pods set up with 65 inch 4K TVs and Thrustmaster-GT mock steering wheels
The messaging platform is replacing the Apple-designed icons with its own set, but users don’t see much difference
The sequel offers serious improvements from the first edition, with slick new moves, solid action and simple but satisfying puzzles.
Young Post talks to two teenage techies about juggling school and social life and still finding time to win gold in the MOS World Champions competition.
Mario free roams in an open world, 100 players face off in a fight to the death, and simulation driving gets more realistic than ever before in these hotly anticipated console games.
China Mobile cut its monthly package fee by 25 per cent on Tuesday.
YouTube’s most watched blogger PewDiePie apologised on Tuesday for using a racial slur while playing a livestreamed video game, saying there were “no excuses” for what he said.