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HP's PC group is trying to establish a strong brand identity before it splits into a separate company.
Nvidia's cloud gaming service just got a lot crisper for those with a fast enough Internet connection. All that's missing is a console to play on.
By pre-registering for an app release, you'll get alerted when it's ready and can download it right away.
From SimCity to The Sims to Spore, Will Wright's entire career has revolved around letting gamers use their own creativity, and Thred, his new app, continues the theme
Plus: A ton of pre-E3 game announcements and rumors, Ouya desperately needs a buyer, and Ubisoft threatens us with Watch Dogs 2. This is gaming news for the week of May 4.
Instead of flooding the smartphone gaming market with Mario and Zelda, Nintendo says it's picking its battles carefully.
The first game for smart devices will be rolled out in this calendar year
After a month of questions and reported bans, Rockstar finally clarified its stance on modding.
Oculus has been busy wrapping up ecosystem support for the Oculus Rift, but the delay may cost it the crucial first-to-market status for the fledgling field of VR.
Nvidia ups its original Witcher 3 deal to add copies of Batman: Arkham Knight to any GTX 980 or 970 purchase. But you'll have to act fast.
And in typical GOG fashion, it's all about providing options. Don't like Galaxy? That's fine, don't use it!
Microsoft shows off streaming games from the Xbox One to a Windows tablet, and (not surprisingly) it looks fantastic.
Crossfire woes still trouble AMD's FreeSync monitors, but you probably shouldn't buy a FreeSync OR G-Sync display unless you're a diehard anyway.