Google finally provided some Glass updates Monday, announcing a hardware refresh and an expanded Explorer program.
The Internet Archive's Historical Software Archive is a new initiative to preserve old software and make it easily available through in-browser emulation.
The Stanley Parable, once a small mod for Half-Life 2, is now a standalone game—and it’s way bigger and way crazier than before.
Wolf Among Us, the new episodic game from Telltale, is just as good as the studio’s award-winning Walking Dead series. Yeah, I didn’t think it was possible either.
Amazon’s free shipping minimum went up Tuesday from $25 to $35 -- the first price increase in over a decade -- in an apparent play to boost Amazon Prime subscribers.
Microsoft announced Friday that Xbox Live Gold members will continue receiving two free games per month indefinitely, as its Games with Gold promotion is now a permanent feature.
It’s been a long wait for Myst fans, but developer Cyan launched a Kickstarter Thursday for Obduction -- the company's new sci-fi adventure game that will be heavy on exploration.
Soundodger+, from developer Studio Bean, turns the rhythm genre from pure functionality into a work of art.
[Code] is an experimental game created by students at USC, and was probably my favorite discovery at the IndieCade conference last week in Los Angeles.
The beauty-queen "sextortion" case highlighted the security risks of webcams. Here's how to keep your own computer from being used to spy on you.
Nate Mitchell, VP of Product at Oculus VR, discusses the much-anticipated consumer version of the virtual reality headset, challenges with virtual reality, and much more.
The man who helped make Myst talked about working on a new project during an IndieCade talk.
On October 1, 1958, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) came into existence. Take a look back at 55 years of tech inspired by the space program.
When Flying Wild Hog announced it was rebooting Shadow Warrior, the 90s shooter from 3D Realms, the predominant question was, “Why?” Surprisingly, the game actually turned out pretty great.