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Also, the Steam Machine name is apparently 'pretty much dead.' Rest in peace.
Samsung's Milk VR app will stock the Gear VR headset with virtual reality videos from the NBA, Marvel, Red Bull, and others.
Take note, console-first companies: Optimization makes everybody happy.
What if you could go back in time when Microsoft first released Windows and give away a free, open source OS? That's the disruptive take Razer is going to take with virtual reality that could very well change the course of VR.
Razer's new Forge TV leets you take Android gaming to the big screen and will even let you stream your PC games too.
Yes, it includes Oregon Trail and Incredible Machine and King's Quest and Duke Nukem 3D and all your favorites.
Just in case Facebook doesn't do the right thing with Oculus Rift, Razer's offering an alternative: Open Source VR that could democratize virtual reality.
CyberPower's new Fang Trinity looks like no PC we've ever seen but it still packs a punch with a powerful graphics card and truly unique design.
Speedrunning for charity. A guy plays Mike Tyson's Punch-Out blindfolded. I guarantee you don't want to miss this.
Now you can make sure you're running your games at a Ubisoft-recommended "cinematic thirty frames per second" without needing FRAPS.
PC gaming isn't dead yet, and Steam's explosive growth in the past two years is proof.
Gamers can finally have it all with this fantasy monitor--at least until it gets one-upped by someone else.
Julian Yuri Rodriguez's grandmother didn't think she'd ever see Havana again, but now she sort of can, thanks to virtual reality.
With 2014 wrapped up, it's time to see what the future has in store. The answer? Video games. Lots and lots of video games.
Sony is offering 10 percent off PlayStation Store purchases after its gaming network was hit by DDoS attacks
Annoyed that you couldn't access PlayStation Network or Xbox Live on Christmas? Here's a bit of Schadenfreude.
Now that the Kinect for Windows v2 is out, Microsoft will be selling out its stock of the first-generation motion-based controller.
2014 saw the release of four major MMOs, an MMO alpha, and a ton of expansions for legacy games. Now what were you saying about MMOs being a dead genre?