Recent games haven't done a great job of bringing in a new audience, Hajime Tabata admits.
The new smartphone features an independent second screen, while the smartwatch can be used as a phone.
The American Chemical Society's "Reactions" series looks at the effects adrenaline, norepinephrine and cortisol have on your body when stress takes over.
Technically Incorrect: A leading British psychologist says she's seen an enormous uptick in cases of teen anorexia, depression and cutting and believes in many cases its related to the ubiquity and instant nature of technology.
The search giant's wearable headset was plagued by numerous problems, including an excess of attention for a product that wasn't ready for a mass-market audience, according to The New York Times.
One of the best mindfulness-meditation apps gets better with more content and, finally, a new Android version.
We're both impressed and wary of this futuristic fashion piece: a cape that can "see" when someone stares at it. When it realizes it's being watched, its creator says the cape "responds accordingly," which sounds pretty ominous to us.
The Ledge app wants to help borrow money, while ensuring your friendships last longer.
A new video miniseries on the International Space Station's One-Year Mission focuses on how the microbes that live in the human body survive in microgravity.
The new hardware includes a $50 tablet and an updated Fire TV set-top box. Amazon's strategy differs from Apple's high-end approach but puts the two giants in more intense competition than ever.