No need to be sad about Nokia Lumia 2020’s very probable cancellation, as it merely means Microsoft wants to gamble everything on the Surface Mini and thus make it one for the history books.
Apple has confirmed its acquisition of PrimeSense, the Israeli company behind the 3D sensor technology used in the original Microsoft’s Kinect.
PrimeSense is the Israeli company that is behind the technology used in Microsoft’s Kinect sensor for the Xbox.
In an update on the PSN usage terms, Sony has revealed that they can “record any and all of your PSN activity”, which includes voice and text communications, among other things.
Amazon is offering a huge discount on the Xbox 360 bundle through its Gold Box deal of the day initiative.
Xbox One chief product officer Marc Whitten has confirmed that the next-gen console's DVR won't be recording at full HD, but rather 720p at 30 frames-per-second.
Developer working on Xbox One team confirms that expensive Kinect 2.0 hardware is the reason behind Xbox One’s relatively expensive pricetag.
Lima Sky's popular platformer is coming to the Xbox 360's Arcade Marketplace, and will feature gesture interactivity via the console's Kinect sensor.
Microsoft continues to outline the future of the Xbox One, authentication and international launches
While the Xbox 360′s Kinect was a nice peripheral that could play a few good games with friends and family, it looks like the Xbox One’s Kinect is here to stay. But what if you don’t have the space to actually used the console properly? Well, Microsoft has decided to let you know the exact
Microsoft have already clarified that their new console will need to be connected at least once a day to function and their new version of the Kinect will not have to be always-on, but even more concerns about privacy and connectivity have been raised with the release of their latest policies.
These aren’t the droids you’re looking for.
Nsquared is a budding company which develops various applications based on Microsoft’s Kinect. One rather interesting, but also practical, implementation of Kinect is as a hotel kiosk. Who’d have thought of Kinect powered hotel kiosks? Well, Australia-based nsquared came up with an interesting product where frequent travelers can access all their required information (schedules, sightseeing, etc.) with the