While Microsoft may be changing its business strategies, company CEO Satya Nadella affirms that the Xbox brand will stay a crucial component of the company's business model.
Samsung’s new Exynos processor gets teased on Twitter.
Bell Labs manages to push 10 Gbps over copper with a new transmission protocol.
Samsung's Gear VR virtual reality headset has been reportedly leaked, and sports a modular functionality not unlike the ultra-cheap Google Cardboard.
The overpriced and underperforming competitor to AMD’s Radeon R295X2 gets its first hardware win.
Bungie Day is upon us, but Xbox owners aren’t too happy with the new revelations surrounding Destiny‘s highly anticipated beta test.
We excavate the 8-bit splendor of Shovel Knight and discover why it's a love letter to old-school NES gaming.
Great news for prospective buyers of Android Wear-based smartwatches, as various reports suggest LG’s G Watch and Motorola’s Moto 360 will be getting quite the distribution push stateside over the next few months.
There’s been a lot of chatter in regards to a possible termination of Google’s Nexus program lately, but a candid company exec quashed all rumors, basically confirming a new Nexus device will be coming alongside Android L in the fall.
Higher frame rates and a “tip jar” for content creators will be coming soon to YouTube.
Although alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 4 leaks have already hit flood levels, there’s still obviously plenty of space for rumormongers to do their thing, speculating on possible release time frames and camera specifications.
As expected, Google had a whole lot to showcase in terms of software upgrades and refreshes at the developer-focused I/O conference, but fairly little in the hardware field: just the Android Wear-based LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live smartwatches.
Leaked time and time again in a gigantic 5.5-inch footprint, the elusive heir to iPhone 5s’ throne, aptly dubbed iPhone 6, is headed for market in a 4.7-inch form factor as well, according to highly trustworthy industry insiders.
Harrison Ford’s broken leg might take almost six months to heal, putting the film’s December 2015 release date in jeopardy.
The latest Xeon Phi supercomputing chip from Intel has up to 3 teraflops of peak performance, and supports Intel’s new interconnect fabric known as Omni Scale.
Adoption rate of the CryEngine is low, and too much money was spent on Ryse, which has put CryTek in a perilous financial situation.
Intel’s X99 chipset along with the Haswell-E refresh won’t be arriving until September, but you can already buy DDR4 sticks from one vendor in Japan.
Whether it will ever be announced or released remains to be seen, but references to the Surface Mini in the Surface Pro 3 manual confirm that the device does exist.
The triumphant return of the classic no-holds-barred shooter is upon us.
The Android 4.4.4 update comes less than a month after Android 4.4.3 was rolled out, making it one of the quickest updates Google has ever pushed out.