When John F. Kennedy campaigned in Oregon in 1960, a Polaroid photographer was there.
Sony Electronics’ president on gadgets and 4K TV — and why the company isn’t talking so much about 3D these days.
New York City’s chief medical examiner ruled the death a suicide by hanging. Swartz was 26 years old.
Mind-controlled helicopters feed on relaxation or concentration. So when the Puzzlebox Orbit started lifting off the ground before I could even start to meditate, I have to assume it’s because CES had already reduced my brain to ooze.
I’ve clocked another 71 hours in Skyrim‘s lovely winter wilds, which makes for a total of over 120. Time to nitpick a little, because I’ve said plenty of nice things already!
Even if Project Shield is only a minor commercial success, it’ll kickstart Android gaming in ways that a flood of bargain basement tablets never could — and prevent the future of handheld gaming from becoming synonymous with Apple.
Last year’s Gorilla Glass 2 was basically a reduction in thickness of a product developed in 2006. But with Gorilla Glass 3, Corning has whipped together a newer, stronger formula.
Scenes from the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
You’ve probably never heard of Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch. Let’s change that. What’s a “Ni no Kuni” anyway? There’s a “white witch” in the game? Someone made an RPG from Narnia fan fiction where Tilda Swinton lives?
Picture yourself playing a first-person shooter while strapped in an adult-sized baby bouncer that controlled your onscreen movement. I know, right?!
While there’s certainly no shortage of wearable health gadgets these days, the $200 Basis watch packs enough fancy sensors that you’d probably look like the hypochondriac version of Robocop if you wore them all separately.
The Razer Edge could be your next tablet, game console, laptop and desktop — and a way to play high-end PC games from pretty much anywhere.