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.
During a confab in San Francisco, the company announces its first set of tools aimed at helping software developers make money on their apps.
An all-robot press conference in Japan introduced us to CommU and Sota, two of the cutest robots we've ever seen. There's a bit more to them than simply looking "kawaii": they may someday be capable of acting as a kind of robo-companion for Japan's elderly population.
The Santa Clara, Calif.-based maker of graphics chips will talk up its push in autos and mobile during its presentation in Las Vegas.
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 Korean electronics giant believes its technology will allow people to pay with their smartphone in more places.
A partnership with Verizon and other carriers is aimed at bringing the browser-based operating system to wealthy countries. But don't expect ordinary slab-of-glass phones.
The trio of products signals an ambition to be more than just a smartphone maker. But is it enough to break HTC out of its corner?
HTC unveils One M9, its next generation flagship smartphone, and virtual reality headset Vive.
The search giant continues to pull in billions from its search and advertising business, even as the company looks for other ways to make money.