EA's video game tie-in to the final Potter flick may be worst of the lot, say reviewers.
Nintendo's 3DS line-up is finally starting to show some teeth, as Zelda 3D and Dead or Alive sky-rocket to the front of our countdown. Let's count down to Number 1.
On this week's World Tech Update: Microsoft's Skype purchase is approved, Playstation Vita will ship later than promised, Nintendo's Wii U won't be much more powerful, and more.
A Bronx mother has been charged with the murder of her five-year-old son, whom she beat after he broke the television while playing Nintendo Wii.
For your viewing pleasure, we've put together a rough outline of the notable games, tech, and genres present at the last ten shows.
The gang discusses the new hardware from the Electronic Entertainment Expo last week, Facebook's sometimes-working sometimes-not facial recognition feature, and gives advice about what specs matter and what specs don't when buying a laptop or desktop PC.
Consulting firm claims Wii U third-party games weren't shown at E3 2011 because the hardware wasn't up to snuff.
An industry analyst passes along word from developers who claim the Wii U is 50% more powerful than Sony's PlayStation 3.
Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter assesses Nintendo's new console in the wake of E3 2011 and comes away disappointed.
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.