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Judging by the lukewarm reception for Xbox One, the techlust that keeps capitalism's wheels turning could be grinding to a halt There's a certain sort of person that gets excited about the announcements of new high-tech products.
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While the gaming world is focused on the new Xbox One from Microsoft, Activision is deploying its most popular franchise, "Call of Duty," for its first assault on the next generation of consoles.
Engadget spoke to a Microsoft rep who confirmed the news, saying: "We care very much about the investment people have made in Xbox 360 and will continue to support it with a pipeline of new games and new apps well into the future, [but the Xbox One is designed] to play an entirely new generation of games - games that are architected to take full ... (more)
You've already read our hands-on with Xbox One's new Kinect and wireless gamepad, but perhaps you noticed our inability to test the gamepad's new "impulse triggers?" Well, we're glad to tell you we've just mended that exception.
Jordan Crook studied English Literature at New York University before entering the tech space.
Dr Maria Stukoff checks out the new PS Vita dev kits at AIE during the PlayStation First launch.
The firm currently has a $0.25 target price on the stock. Zacks' analyst wrote, "We are optimistic about the Company's unique technology and two principle anti-counterfeiting and product authentication solutions: SigNature DNA and BioMaterial Genotyping, which can be used in numerous industries.
Lots of video games on the market are advertised as a fun way to get fit. Consumer Reports checked out five: Nike Plus Kinect Training, Your Shape Fitness Evolved 2013, Just Dance 4, U-F-C Trainer, and Zumba Core.
Two former Valve employees are continuing their work on a pair of augmented reality glasses and have demoed a protoytpe for the first time.
A website that accepts payment in exchange for knocking other sites offline is perfectly legal, the proprietor of the DDoS-for-hire service says.
"Immersion is widely agreed to constitute an integral part of the game play experience." Most of us played mobile games at least a couple times in our lives, and we noticed how different this experience is from playing a game on a PC, TV, console, or even on a handheld device.
Ever since the major video game platforms added motion-controlled gaming, players have been jumping off the couch and moving more than their trigger fingers.
It's getting harder to tell real life from simulation, as this in-game screenshot of Gran Turismo 6 demonstrates.