Musings from the floor on the second day of the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo's three-day run at the Los Angeles Convention Center:
Seen and heard on the floor of the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo as it begins its three-day run at the Los Angeles Convention Center:
Microsoft has agreed to acquire 6Wunderkinder GmbH, a Berlin-based startup behind the Wunderlist to-do list app, for between $100-200 million (91-182 million euros), the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
New features promised for smartphones, tablets and watches could improve how we interact with technology. Although it's too soon to tell how well these will work in practice, here's a look at what I'm looking ...
Lara Croft and Faith have some company.
Link is set to return to the Nintendo 3DS before he arrives on the Wii U.
Start-up Unikrn is turning up the heat on tournament-level video games with an online platform for betting on who will be victorious.
Some closing craziness on the final day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles:
Warner Bros this week showed off Lego Dimensions, its latest videogame that mixes real-life toy play with digital gaming.
Photos, videos, PDF documents and location data: the permissions requested by some apps give them access to more information than users are aware of. EPFL researchers have come up with a tool to better follow ...
It seems the Electronic Entertainment Expo is no longer a man's world.
At the Association for Computing Machinery's Programming Language Design and Implementation conference this month, MIT researchers presented a new system that repairs dangerous software bugs by automatically ...
The world's leading video game show ended with the industry feeling renewed vigor after years of worry that play on mobile devices was leading to decline.
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.