While Sony and Microsoft pour millions of dollars into bringing their next gaming systems to life, Mad Catz is working on its own console with just a couple of product developers.
Over at Quora, a Google employee has summarized his colleagues’ reaction to the new Google movie.
Why would Google want to shell out more than $1 billion for a relatively unknown start-up? Three reasons.
Worried about filling up your DVR? The nation’s largest cable TV provider, Comcast Corp., is unveiling a new, compact set-top box that does away with the hard drive and saves your TV shows online.
The top prosecutors in San Francisco and New York, seeking ways to curb thefts of mobile devices, said Monday they will reserve judgment of Apple’s new security feature designed to make it harder to reactivate a stolen iPhone.
Apple’s browser-based office suite looks promising — which could be big news even if you don’t care about office suites.
Microsoft’s problem is that Xbox One is built for games-as-services, even though single-player, offline games are very much alive and well.
If you’re a Comcast subscriber, you’ll soon be able to turn your home into a part of Comcast’s network of Wi-Fi hotspots. And it won’t cost you a dime extra.
Google has purchased online mapping service Waze in a deal that keeps a potentially valuable tool away from its rivals while gaining technology that could improve the accuracy and usefulness of its own popular navigation system.
At its E3 2013 presser, Sony aims, shoots and scores
Father’s Day gifts have morphed over the years. It used to be a tie, a golf hat or a jazz CD. But dads are more tech-savvy these days.
Facebook announced that it will no longer offer advertisers the ability to place Sponsored Stories, controversial advertisements that turn your social media activity into a commercial.