A new consumer electronics remote control technology gives smartphone users the fastest possible way to pair their smartphone with a media device.
The San Francisco conference may well be the world's largest gathering of game developers, the place to keep an ear to the ground and to get business done.
While big ARGs like I Love Bees and The Beast get most of the ink, there has been a steady stream of games built for very small audiences, without corporate sponsorship.
What do the odd items inside a UPS package with no return address mean?
"Find the Lost Ring," whose story line is built around helping an amnesiac discover her lost identity, seems like a publicity vehicle for the Beijing Olympics.
Second Life may be the best-known virtual world, but it isn't the only one. That's a big point for techies gathering this week.
Some sappy music mixed with a smart choice of scenes turns that horrible scoundrel Joffrey into the heroic protagonist of "Game of Thrones."
"Perplex City" gets cash infusion to help expand online mystery puzzle game.
Clues on "Perplex City" and coded postcards found in Bologna and North Carolina blend real-world signs and storytelling.
The ringleaders behind the ARG that started nearly 10 years ago with Junko Junsui step out from behind the curtain to tell CNET their story.