At E3 2012 in Los Angeles, Sony showed off the new Wonderbook platform for the PlayStation 3. Making use of the PlayStation Eye camera and Move controller, the new title "Book of Spells" features new writing from Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and aims to provide an immersive reading experience.
Harry Potter author's first adult novel arrives to mixed reviews, but e-book readers who bought the book today couldn't even read it.
No, the Harry Potter author didn't show up in person, but Sony execs did demo "Book of Spells," a Rowling "augmented" book/game for kids, along with a few other games -- some hot, some... not.
Just-announced movies based on "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" will be spun into video games from Warner Bros.
Your Hogwarts dreams are about to be realized via an online wizarding education built by "Harry Potter" superfans.
The J.K. Rowling's "Book of Spells" aims to bring a magical book to life on the PlayStation 3 via augmented reality, but is it really a "reading experience?"
The wildly popular series will finally arrive in e-book format via a new site called Pottermore. The site will officially launch in October, but some lucky muggles can enter early.
A very peculiar patent application from Samsung contains an attempt to record everything -- that would be everything -- you do through your cell phone and present it in diary form.
The company teams up with J.K. Rowling to deliver a potentially innovative story-telling experience and unique peripheral aimed at children.
Starting today, Amazon customers can now borrow all seven Harry Potter books in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish.