Microsoft gets serious about cloud computing, Google Mine may be a new "plus" feature, and South Korea experiments with in-theater rentals.
The company's corporate vice president and chief product officer on the multifaceted reasons he thinks Xbox One will provide a more valuable experience this holiday season.
PlayStation Now, the new streaming game service unveiled at CES, means instant access to games from older PS devices -- and you'll also be able to access it on TVs, phones, and tablets.
New tool on the Moto Maker site lets you transfer contact and calendar information from an Apple iCloud account to a Google account when purchasing a Moto X phone.
We take the Xbox One's racing launch title for a spin and see just how eerily realistic its player-generated, cloud-based AI opponents can be.
The app will allow users to stream or download music stored in their Amazon clouds.
Sony finally kickstarts its PlayStation Network, allowing users to resume online gameplay. It turns out the original server hack was hosted on Amazon's EC2 Cloud Computing network, but the outages aren't over yet--the servers crashed again after being flooded for password resets.
The government is planning a new "sock puppet" program that will create fake online personas to play on social networks in countries around the world (but not America -- they say). Microsoft and the feds shut down another giant spam-sending botnet, and HP continues its bold moves: next up, a cloud computing platform. Also, a look inside Amazon's app store (and the continued Balkanization of app delivery mechanisms), and the Nintendo 3DS reviewed. Where's the Mario? --Molly
Amazon has launched its Cloud Player music service over here in the UK, with the ability to store up to 250,000 songs.
Motorola loads a new legal volley against Apple with a suit that claims Apple's iPhone 4S and iCloud infringes on six of its patents.