Technically Incorrect: Tone-deaf party at Game Developer Conference features scantily-clad dancers in fishnet tights. That doesn't bode well for Microsoft's diversity and inclusion efforts.
Dancers show off all their moves from every angle in a new video created by GoPro in collaboration with an Oakland-based dance group.
Sold with a 70 issue weekly magazine subscription, the English and Mandarin speaking robot comes in parts and requires some DIY effort.
An iconic Star Trek alien known for a seductive shimmy scene arrives as a limited-edition scantily clad Barbie doll.
At CES, it shows off far-out modular TVs that rotate and change size. Samsung says futuristic designs are all about giving you greater choice and control.
Leave it to Darth Vader's Imperial soldiers to impress Simon Cowell and the other judges on "Britain's Got Talent." Watch Boogie Storm dance, flip and twerk while wearing Stormtrooper armor.
President Barack Obama and the first lady strut their stuff with R2-D2 and a few Stormtroopers in honor of Star Wars Day on May the 4th.
The classic Michael Jackson zombie music video feels even eerier when it's stripped of the melody and all that's left are squeaky shoes and weird giggling.
Technically Incorrect: In an email to staff, Xbox's chief excoriates his company's party at last week's Game Developers Conference.
Put yourself in Agent Cooper's dancing shoes with a video game that pits popular "Twin Peaks" characters against each other in a DDR-style dance battle.