Google’s answer to Xbox Live is useful even if game developers do nothing but support cloud saves, but its Google+ branding could scare people away.
During a “fireside chat” about Glass at Google’s I/O conference, Google employees opened up.
When Google announced its new Hangouts app on Wednesday, it didn’t mention an exception for AT&T customers: the app’s free video calling won’t work on AT&T’s network.
At a price of $350, Nvidia doesn’t expect to sell huge volumes of Nvidia Shield, its Android-based handheld gaming device due out in June. The company has a different goal.
Google’s I/O conference keynote was, in many ways, the opposite of what we expected.
Nokia has managed to shave all the bulk of its previous Windows Phones without compromising tech specs.
ABC is really hoping you’ll hang on to your cable subscription, and is taking a couple of new steps to make sure of it.
We’ve heard a lot about Microsoft’s next move for Windows — we’ll find out a lot more when a preview version launches next month.
Nokia and Verizon Wireless began teasing the Lumia 928 earlier this week, but now it’s official.
Although smartphone cameras have made some huge leaps over the last few years, they remain handicapped by a lack of optical zoom.
I’ll have more to say about the IdeaCentre Horizon in a few weeks, after I’ve spent more time with it. But it’s already convinced me of one thing: I want gigantic screens like this all over the house.
The race to disrupt traditional game consoles already has a few hopefuls, including Ouya, Gamestick and Nvidia.