MachineGames and Bethesda took to Twitch to show off an hour of the upcoming shooter, Wolfenstein: The New Order. The game hits PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One on May 20, 2014.
Moonshot Games' debut, Third Eye Crime, is a mixed success, with a tremendous sense of style and a satisfyingly punishing difficulty tempered by ubiquitous and occasionally misleading in-app purchases.
- Pros: Gorgeous presentation, Cleverly designed puzzles, Level ...
- Cons: Huge difficulty spikes, Misleading and disruptive IAPs
A lot of things seem to be happening on the phone charging front nowadays. Now, JunoPower is presenting a future that’s completely different, one where you can use your charger for something else that’s mobile- your car.
The fledgling music-streaming service hasn had a relatively underwhelming first three months, and while its investors appear to still be on board for the long haul, Beats Music has a tough climb ahead to catch up to the competition.
The Linux Foundation has collaborated with major tech companies for a three-year initiative called the “Core Infrastructure Initiative,” which aims to prop up underfunded open-source projects.
The Axis360 from Cinetics is an affordable, compact motorized tripod system that automatically pans, tilts, and slides your camera to create smooth videos and time-lapse photography. It's currently seeking funding on Kickstarter.
In a short teaser video, Samsung revealed that it will partner with Swarovski to launch the Crystal Edition Galaxy S5. Its launch is pegged for sometime in May, though it's sure to cost a pretty penny.
Google senior vice president and head of Google+ Vic Gundotra announced the end of his eight-year tenure at Google. Gundotra did not reveal what project he has moved on to, however.
Making coffee in a microwave might sound like blasphemy, but a German design firm has figured out a way to make it possible without ruining the flavor of your brew. Hit the jump for details.
GameSpot will close between 120 and 130 of its gaming retail locations worldwide, while vastly expanding its presence in the mobile and Apple world, with hundreds of new locations.
Definitely good news for anyone that owns the Roku, an official YouTube application has been made available on the Roku channel store and it supports throwing video from mobile devices to the big screen for all current-gen devices.