E3, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, highlights the latest in interactive games.
Author George R.R. Martin writes on a DOS word processor, so it makes sense to watch "Game of Thrones" with a 8-bit soundtrack and sound effects, right?
On today's show, we check out Amazon's fleet of 15,000 robot helpers, an eBay auction for a trailer containing 25 playable Xbox 360 consoles, light-painting Swiss robots creating 8-bit art, and a pizza bed Kickstarter.
Amazon purchased Kiva Systems back in 2012, and now, the company is putting its robot research to good use by using them in 10 of its mega-warehouses across the United States. Shipping can often be frustrating, but it's pretty neat to know a robot might help fulfill your Prime order this holiday season.
In the great American tradition of weird political stunts comes the 8-bit video game "Giopi: 2014 Mission Majority."
Playing host to 19 different companies, the Arcade in Melbourne, Australia is dedicated to changing the face of indie game development. Just don't call it an incubator.
These aren't the best apps of the year or even the biggest names, but each of these apps surprised me in certain ways that make them all worthy of note at the end of 2014.
Actor and comedian Will Ferrell launches an Indiegogo campaign to raise money for children with cancer. One lucky winner to play video games with Mr. Burgundy himself.
This guy built a keytar out of an old NES system, then used it to create a rad music and laser light remix of the "Game of Thrones" intro.
As part of our showcase of indie games, we chat with developer Powerhoof about Crawl, the frantic, arcade-style game that pits you against three friends in a dungeon frenzy.
Check out these meticulously crafted posters of the "Doctor Who" universe rendered in glorious 8-bit.