The software giant launches a version of its motion-sensing game controller for Windows, hoping to spark development of PC applications that use natural user interfaces.
Microsoft has yet to provide an exact launch date, but it will allow companies to use Kinect for commercial purposes starting sometime in early 2012.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean further fragments the OS as many handsets wait to update to Android 4.0. CNET weighs in on how far the Android OS has come and where it's going.
The software giant gives developers tools to create applications that use voice and gestures for its ubiquitous Windows operating system.
Just because the App Store is huge doesn't mean it makes sense to build an app.
The PlayStation Vita will be getting a slew of new games, as Sony tells game-builders how to create new titles for the portable console.
Razer's bold, thin 17-inch laptop has its own second screen and programmable LED buttons, but who is it for?
With its new SDK, the cloud communications leader is enabling everyone from iPhone game developers to big businesses to build simple tap-to-chat buttons into their apps.
The relatively obscure mobile OS, which pairs Linux with a Web app interface, wins over a major Chinese mobile-phone maker. Also: Tizen's beta source code is out.
Is the love Windows 8 clearly wants too late to save Microsoft? Its first beta is eminently touchable, definitely social, and maybe just a bit sexy--but no shoo-in as belle of the ball.