Sony's old gaming handheld is gone from this Earth. The Vita still has a slim fighting chance. But the handheld gaming landscape won't ever be the same again.
A cache of recently acquired video games at the Library of Congress turned up a true find: the source code for unreleased PSP game Duke Nukem: Critical Mass.
There's a new superphone in town. Is it worth your money? Also, Apple's got a new beta for you. That and more in this week's rundown of all the tech news.
Microsoft dedicated its Xbox One press conference to assuring players that it's not the company that trotted out a controversial console last year. This time, games come first.
Last year was the PlayStation 4. What will Sony's 2014 E3 press conference bring? A big dose of Vita and PS4 games, and more: tune in for CNET's live coverage.
After 10 years, the company ends sales of its handheld gaming device in North America, Europe, and Japan.
Apple's developer conference made waves, but not for the right reasons. Also, Amazon teased a product launch, and Nook goes on life support. Here's your week in review.
With spy-grade security, Google is making it harder for the NSA to read your e-mail. And Apple adds the privacy-centric search engine DuckDuckGo to Safari options.
Razer throws its hat in the iOS MFi game controller ring with a case that doubles as a slide-out gamepad, minus analog sticks.
Sony's new, thin gaming handheld is here. And it's a reminder that the embattled Vita platform has a lot of things going for it, too.