Square Enix has launched a unique pre-order campaign for its upcoming stealth-based first-person shooter Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, giving players the chance to unlock the game early by reaching online community milestones.
A little hacking never hurt nobody. At least, that's the mantra Ashley Madison is repeating, as the adultery website reports that it is "still growing" despite the recent hack that compromised millions of data records.
Beck, St. Vincent and Taylor Swift sang together on Beck's recent electropop jam "Dreams" during Swift's performance Tuesday night in L.A.. The indie darlings join a long list of guests that T-Swift has brought onto the stage during her "1989" tour.
BMW is debuting its gesture control system on the 2016 7 Series, and a new video featuring BMW’s manager of user experience shows us how it works. The all-new 7 Series lands in dealerships this October.
Hulu picked up the comedy Difficult People for a second season in short order. Amy Poehler will continue to exec produce alongside Dave Becky (Louie). The acerbic series is currently wrapping up its first eight-episode season, which concludes September 16.
Sony's flagship Uncharted franchise will return in March with Uncharted 4, which will arrive in multiple special edition packages at retail. Digital buyers will also receive a collection of exclusive bonuses.
Microsoft might have its Hololens headset in the works, but Apple may have a competitor product. While it's all speculation at the moment, putting more wood on that fire is an ex-Hololens engineer, who's recently moved to Apple.
While Guild Wars 2 always lacked a subscription, players had to pay a one-time fee for the game client. Not anymore, though. The base game is now free, so users can jump in, download the client, and play without spending a dime.
Android Wear smartwatches will now work with iPhones, Google announced in a surprise blog post. All future Android Wear smartwatches will work with iPhones, and some older models will support Apple's OS, too.
What happens when you give 100 disposable cameras to London's homeless? You get unique perspectives from the eyes of an often marginalized group. Cafe Art, a homeless support group, plans to turn those photos into a calendar via Kickstarter.