An annual event in San Francisco has often been where game developers come together to discuss design. Now it's one of the biggest showcases of the latest VR tech.
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.
Days after saying it was in social for the "long haul," Google unveils new social software: a tool that lets Google+ users poll friends, and a Hangouts app for Chrome OS and Windows users.
You can do more with Google's HDMI dongle than just stream audio and video. Here are a few games that play nice with this low-cost media device.
The multiplayer game that uses real-world environments as its playground is now even more accessible -- as an app on our wrists.
Google's social network service is an excellent resource for Android owners to get more out of their device. Whether you're brand new to the platform or looking to push your handset to its limits, there's something for everyone.
"Robochop" is an upcoming interactive installation featuring four controllable robot arms. You'll be able to design your object from within an app, and one of the robot arms will then carve a 50cm foam cube into a real-life replica of your work. Start sketching!
Pricing and availability for Sony's 2015 lineup of 4K TVs has leaked, targeting a release date of May for all of the models and prices from $1,300 up to $8,000.
The company best known for its Steam online gaming platform is the latest player to enter the virtual-reality market, with a system it plans to show off at next week's Game Developers Conference.
The press invite hints at Mattel's View-Master, an older toy that let kids flip through pictures. Could there be a virtual reality tie-in?
Telltale Games unveils a teaser trailer for the upcoming "Game of Thrones" video game, which puts you in House Forrester to help save it from certain doom.