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.
GamePop, an upcoming game console with a Netflix-like subscription model, has another trick up its sleeve.
Google’s Android software includes one of the best smartphone keyboards around, but you might not know it if you own a phone from Samsung or HTC.
Here’s what we know — and what we think we know — about Motorola’s next flagship phone.
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.
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.
Hewlett Packard is taking one more stab at the netbook market with the HP SlateBook x2, a tablet hybrid that doubles as a basic laptop computer.
Nvidia rebrands it Android gaming handheld, locks in a price and commits to launch by end of June.
Upcoming tweaks will give Facebook’s Android home screen better tools for managing apps and the ability to initiate Chat Head chats.
The race to disrupt traditional game consoles already has a few hopefuls, including Ouya, Gamestick and Nvidia.
You’ll have to wait just a bit longer to lay hands on Ouya’s upcoming Android-based game console.