Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games announced that its next game is Indivisible, a side-scrolling action-RPG inspired by Valkyrie Profile and Super Metroid, and featuring music from the composer behind Secret of Mana.
Starring comedian and card-carrying geek Patton Oswalt, Minecraft: Story Mode is a five-part episodic adventure set in the open-ended, voxelated world of Mojang's monumental game, Minecraft. Here is the debut trailer.
Microsoft is close to finalizing Windows 10, according to sources. That news comes as its official release date, July 29, draws close, and Windows Insiders are receiving new builds in rapid succession.
Get your wallets ready people, as the storage wars are coming. No, not the reality show, but the SSD market, where electronics makers are racing to become the first to offer high-capacity, affordable SSD solutions - and it seems Samsung has taken an early…
Our comprehensive, category-by-category, list of the best iPhone apps available, from time-saving productivity tools to fun apps you won’t be able to put down. We've got more than a hundred fresh new apps to try.
An engineering firm has developed a semi-autonomous driving system that can be controlled with simple head tracking movements. The concept was developed and tested by former Indy car driver Sam Schmidt, who became paralyzed as a result of a crash in January of…
Putting three 4k monitors together may seem like a lesson in futility for anyone that wants to game. Not so if you have some Titan Xs lying around, or as it turns out, a pair of Fury X cards, as they are equally capable.
There may only be 140 master sommeliers in the world, but you can fake it until you make it with Delectable, a wine tasting app that has been steadily climbing the charts since it was first released in 2012.
Hacking Team is best known for helping police and governments around the world spy on local and foreign targets through their smartphones, but it may be remembered for its ironic name, since it was just hacked and 400GB of its data was stolen.
Google's taking on Uber and Lyft with a crowdsourced transportation app of its own -- RideWith. It relies on Waze mapping data to calculate fares on record routes, and is only available in Israel for now.