All the news from the annual Google I/O event, including the latest on Android.
The company's personal robots are designed for kids aged 5 and up to teach them how to string together code.
(Commentary) Madden NFL? Need for Speed? BioShock? These games demand big screens and handheld controllers, dammit!
With its stunning visuals and compelling plot, this remarkable game (currently for iOS only) joins the ranks of classic platformers like Limbo and The Cave.
To an Ultima player of old, the new iOS game was hotly anticipated — only for the love affair to grind to a screeching halt.
This dazzling, sometimes disturbing adventure loses little in the translation to small(er) screens, and it's a bargain at $4.99.
Available for Android and iOS, this stylish, parkour-inspired take on Mirror's Edge provides tons of endless-runner fun. And it's free!
Google's specialists in branding and self-promotion have done it again on the search site's iconic home page. No, it's not a new "doodle;" this time it's a tweak to the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button.
Ever wanted to snag a maths geek of your very own? Well, with a little help from this thing we call the internet, the lady (or gentleman) of your choice is just a click away.
A sneak peak at 'Wii Play' for the Nintendo Wii.
After very little deliberation and a desire for just about anything that involves electronics, I drove down to my local AT&T store and bought myself the iPhone. After about an hour with the phone, I can say it works almost as well as advertised and activ