Virtual reality and the battle to stream play online will take center stage at an Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) video game extravaganza kicking off in Los Angeles on Tuesday.
E3 is a loud place—and not just because of all the virtual bullets and explosions whizzing around attendees.
YouTube on Friday said it is creating an online arena devoted to video game play, jumping onto a hot "e-sports" trend and challenging Amazon-owned Twitch.
Start-up Unikrn on Tuesday announced a fresh round of funding that valued the e-sports wagering company at $40 million.
Television isn't the only way commercials will get airtime this year.
After selling millions of Americans their mobile phones, Verizon now wants to capture their eyeballs, too.
Google on Monday launched an online lab where journalists can learn or sharpen Internet Age reporting skills.
Even non-professionals may someday be able to create high-quality video panoramas using multiple cameras with the help of an algorithm developed by a team of Disney researchers.
Microsoft played to the hearts of gamers on Monday with word that they will be able to switch on beloved old video games on new-generation Xbox One consoles.
In your quest to find a date, a spouse or a hook-up, you might discover something else when using dating apps: new music.