With only 20 games available at launch, Nvidia promises to beef up its 'Netflix for Games' in short order.
After battling counterfeit watches for decades, luxury brands decide to play watch face whac-a-mole.
The latest Pebble firmware paves the way for feature parity with the iPhone. Could proper notification syncing be next?
Valve tells developers to “set proper expectations” as one quarter of Early Access games remain in an unfinished state.
A small update to Office's Android app adds Dropbox integration and share links for documents.
HBO's streaming video app has finally made the next-gen console leap, but Playstation owners will have to wait.
Playstation Vue is a lot like existing pay TV services, except without the deceptive practices that make cable so repugnant. It's breaking new ground even if it doesn't become a hit.
The new feature promises the same smooth edges as multi-sample anti-aliasing, but without the performance hit.
Whether a takedown happens or not, the dust-up underscores tensions between artists and streaming services like YouTube and Spotify.
Apple stresses simplicity and quick interactions as it opens the floodgates for third-party smartwatch apps.
Nokia's new home screen launcher does away with widgets and folders, requiring faith in algorithms instead.
Most smartwatches treat women's fashion as an afterthought, but it's the focus of a new smart band from Intel and Opening Ceremony.
A launch in 2015 is seen as “likely,” but nothing's a given as interest slips.
Steam's Early Access model is a great way to support small game developers and fresh ideas, as long as you don't expect to ever play the finished product.
There's no shortage of enterprise-centric Facebook facsimiles, but now Facebook itself may be looking to enter the fray.