In World Tech Update this week: Nintendo announces the Wii U, Sony shows off the PlayStation Vita, Microsoft adds voice commands to the Kinect system, and Apple launches the iCould service.
Our savvy trio of hard-to-please gamers patrolled the huge E3 show floor all week. Here’s what they loved—and hated.
Curious about what Nintendo's Wii U looks like in action? We spent some quality time with a prototype of Nintendo's next console behind closed doors at E3 2011, and we caught it all on film.
The Wii U controller was surprisingly light and responsive, except for the one time that it froze and needed to be restarted.
We're a long way from the release of Nintendo's latest console but its unveiling at E3 fueled a few questions.
Our man on the scene wades into the mass of humanity inside and outside the E3 show floor to bring a taste of the show's wonders.
The Wii U controller has a front facing camera, microphone, touchscreen, accelerometer and other features that help it extend the screen of Wii gaming.
The Nintendo Wii U offers a clever design, but will gamers bite?
The Wii U game controller has a 6-inch touchscreen and can also be used to play games by itself.