The District 9 director's first feature in six years features a demon in a digital simulation.
Here's what we know about the limitations of those features and how we'll transfer saves.
Commentary: It's time for round 4.
From the Nintendo Wii to Oculus to the HoloLens and Pokemon Go, the last 10 years of both VR and AR brought some good, some bad and plenty of weird.
Even the last VCR manufacturer lasted until 2016. But the bigger surprise may be what's still around.
From the first iPad to Xbox Kinect, Android to Antennagate, we're still feeling the repercussions of the wild, transitional year that kicked off this decade.
The "human review" of AI systems extended to Cortana on Xbox, according to a Vice report.
Sony is a no-show, and Nintendo stopped hosting a traditional press event years ago. What does the future hold for E3? And what can we expect to see this year?
No space spiders or Minecraft this time -- but it's much more comfortable.
The software giant doesn't plan to sell its $3,500 augmented reality headset to you and me. Yet.
The Azure Kinect has the sensors of the HoloLens 2, for a fraction of the price.
The $599 early-access version arrives in December, with the official product coming in March for $399.