All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
Publisher Take-Two Interactive has more good news to share: the latest installment of its flagship Grand Theft Auto series has shattered video game sales records...again.
Rockstar's seminal PlayStation 2 game hits the App Store and Android, complete with remastered graphics and all the wacky radio stations you remember.
Rockstar Games' 2013 megahit is coming to the latest gaming hardware with a graphical upgrade and the ability to transfer your progress from current consoles.
Director J.J. Abrams tweets a thank-you to fans who raised millions, and gives another clue from the set of "Star Wars: Episode VII."
The sci-fi shooter isn't close to selling as fast as titles from existing franchises like Grand Theft Auto, but for a nonsequel, it's humming right along.
Fans of the GTA franchise can buy the game for $7, but it only works with a handful of available Windows Phone devices.
Rockstar Games has always held fast to its release schedules. With the impending launch of the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the studio has no reason to change its formula.
Star Wars: Force for Change is an initiative from Disney, Lucasfilm, and Bad Robot to give fans a chance to appear in "Star Wars Episode VII" while raising money for UNICEF Innovation Labs.
Grand Theft Auto V is an absolute triumph that fires on all cylinders. It's a relevant, witty, and satirical experience that's as smart as it is completely addicting.
Some quite pulsating Russian dashcam footage ends with a car chase, a knife, a shovel, and a sense of deja-seen-that-in-a-video-game.