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The next iPhone, Xbox, PlayStation, and a slew of new smartwatch products are just a few of the gadgets we expect to see as 2013 races to a close.
Once the talk of the town for systems like the Wii and DS, it seems like the House of Mario has its best years behind it. But there's a way to get to the next castle.
Netflix and Blockbuster are still the only major services that offer discs by mail and online streaming. How do they compare? And what about competitors like Vudu, iTunes, and Hulu Plus?
Saturday is the big day in Japan for Nintendo's highly anticipated 3DS portable-gaming device, which lets gamers play titles in 3D without special glasses.
A Sony "infographic" builds a case for why the PS3 is better than other game consoles and even nongaming set-top boxes. But is this just a reaction to trailing sales?
Rovio isn't planning an Angry Birds 2, but there will be a game from the point of view from the pigs. Plus multiplayer Angry Birds, Worms-style -- on your console.
Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or Wii — which game console should you buy?
The big 3--Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft--have taken the stage at E3. But it's Microsoft that stole the show with major announcements that easily bested the competition.
Ferrari Virtual Race is a fun, free simulator that allows you to drive around a track in the car of your dreams.
This week brings us the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo--the video game trade show better known as E3.