This year's E3 conference in LA was a doozy, so click through for our favourite trailers and bits of news on all the hottest new games we're dead excited about
Valve delays black-humored first-person puzzler to next year on Xbox 360, PC, citing "public safety concerns"; E3 surprise planned.
Crackle has arrived in the UK, stuffed full of utter dreck. Click here to see just how pony Sony's video-streaming portal really is
Free, free, free. No strings attached. Who knows why Valve is being so generous all of a sudden, but who cares? You've got until May 24.
The Samsung Galaxy Portal is the latest Android handset, available now from T-Mobile. Want to know more? Then don't just stand there gawping, click the link! Hurray!
Stanford develops Biotic Pinball, POND PONG, and a soccer game called Ciliaball, in which a player's actions influence the behavior of living microorganisms in real time.
The CNET Labs team has been benchmarking a "Sandy Bridge" test laptop provided by Intel. Read on to see how the new technology does against last year's highest-end laptops.
A Salt Lake City company has a device that can detect and shut down a cell phone while a teen or employee is driving. Inthinc CEO Todd Follmer described it to Larry Magid.
Verizon plans to bring home energy and security service to broadband consumers later this year, which will include a home networking kit and an "affordable" monthly fee.
Panasonic has refreshed its 3D Blu-ray player line to including 2D-to-3D conversion and Skype functionality.