As mass entertainment continues on its path away from physical goods and towards digitisation, a new high-end market is opening for purists who still desire actual things.
Oculus Rift and Facebook have ambitious aims for their virtual-reality headset – the two companies want to put 1 billion people into a massive virtual world.
Bungie’s FPS sci-fi epic, Destiny, has its game modes broken down in a YouTube video from MoreConsole.
Alibaba, one of China’s biggest internet companies, officially filed plans Tuesday to sell shares in the US in what is expected to be the biggest tech stock sale in history.
Amazon and Twitter are joining forces to let users of the social network add items directly to their online shopping cart just by sending a tweet.
The next Ice Hockey game from EA Sports has been announced, and it brings with it a whole bunch of features for Xbox One and Playstation 4.
Respawn Entertainment’s giant robot FPS just will not budge, but that may change when Watch_Dogs is released at the end of May.
Harmonix want to bring the successor to Amplitude the classic PS2 rhythm game to the latest generation.
Antivirus software only catches 45% of malware attacks and is "dead", according to a senior manager at Symantec.
It’s reported the two companies are working together to bring a home games streaming service but will there be enough bandwidth to stream In HD?