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Who needs console wars when we can fight over whether Microsoft's new Project Natal is better than Nintendo's new Wii Motion Plus technology or Sony's new motion-sensitive wands?
Don Reisinger thinks the future of gaming isn't in motion-sensing, but in something else entirely. Is he right?
A new Lenovo all-in-one PC includes a motion-sensing remote
It seems likely that some kind of motion-sensitive controller will be high on Microsoft's agenda for its video game console during its press briefing Monday.
The Xbox 360 maker shook up the video game world with the announcement of its full-body motion-sensitive controller. But will Project Natal knock Nintendo from the top?
Game console makers focus on motion controllers, while Bing and Wave make their arrivals. Also: DOJ probes tech hiring tactics.
Q&A Its Wii and DS video game machines already dominate the console and handheld markets. Now the company president wants to capture the rest of the hold-out audiences.
It may sound too good to be true, but Microsoft seems to have put together something that does exactly what it says it will. Now, can game developers find a way to incorporate the technology into their projects?
At E3, on the heels of Microsoft's attention-getting announcement of Project Natal, Nintendo uses its press conference Tuesday to try to show the world why it has been on top.
The pressure is on Sony, as usual, as it gets ready to take the stage for its annual E3 press briefing. Does it have enough big news to steal the spotlight from Microsoft and Nintendo?