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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.
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CNET's Dan Ackerman anticipates a ton of new tech at the upcoming CES 2015.
Samsung, Microsoft, ARM and the people behind Raspberry Pi are collaborating with publicly funded UK broadcaster the BBC on the Micro Dot device.
A new programmable ball lets you create games on an iPad, then play them in real life.
At South by Southwest, HBO creates an interactive installation where "Game of Thrones" fans can take portraits in the Iron Throne and play a game that lets them hone their sword-wielding skills.
The secretive maker of augmented-reality goggles releases a video showing off some jaw-dropping game action.
Emmett Shear argues that the console market's long lifecycles will have to change to keep up with the times and act more like mobile refreshes.
Despite lower earnings, Rovio is still one of the most popular mobile-game companies in the world, tallying almost 600 million game downloads in 2014.
Look like you just rode out of a video game with this sleek electric cycle that's hitting the auction block in May.