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'inFamous: Second Son' could boost PS4 salesupdated Thu Apr 03 2014 18:10:41

If Sony is to continue its sales dominance in the new gaming and entertainment console market, it may be one of its most popular exclusive titles for the PlayStation 4 that does the trick.

What's Oculus VR, and why did Facebook pay $2B for it?updated Wed Mar 26 2014 14:25:32

On the surface, Facebook's $2 billion purchase of Oculus VR, which develops virtual-reality technology, doesn't make a lot of sense.

Virtual reality gets a new player with Sony's 'Project Morpheus'updated Wed Mar 19 2014 15:14:32

Virtual reality, the emerging 3D technology many expect to be the next quantum leap in the video gaming world, just got a little more real.

Is 'Titanfall' Xbox One's killer app?updated Mon Mar 17 2014 17:10:48

Since the Xbox One's release last fall, customers have been waiting (some more patiently than others) for that one great game that would single-handedly justify the purchase of the next-generation video game console.

LeBron's Samsung tweet just the latest celebrity tech gaffeupdated Thu Mar 13 2014 15:23:26

In the tech world, paying a celebrity to love your product can sometimes backfire.

SXSW: Demo of 'Game of Thrones' on Oculus Rift wows virtual reality fansupdated Sun Mar 09 2014 22:15:30

Night gathers, and now your watch begins.

Roku unveils $50 Streaming Stickupdated Wed Mar 05 2014 16:11:00

Sticks are the new boxes, at least when it comes to getting the Internet on your television.

Fitbit recalls activity tracker due to skin rashesupdated Fri Feb 21 2014 19:47:40

Complaints of itchy, irritated wrists have prompted Fitbit to voluntarily recall all of its Fitbit Force wristband activity trackers.

Can 80,000 people play this video game together?updated Tue Feb 18 2014 17:54:34

How many people can play the same video game? Not in the same video game, mind you, but play the exact same game at once?

The maddening pull of 'Flappy Bird'updated Wed Feb 05 2014 11:58:26

A tiny bird is frustrating game players in record numbers, again.

What's ahead for gaming in 2014updated Fri Jan 24 2014 12:58:22

With 2013 firmly in the rearview mirror, the movers and shakers of the video gaming industry are focusing on where the next 12 months will take us.

Connected TVs, fridge help launch global cyberattackupdated Fri Jan 17 2014 17:53:04

It's bad enough that we have to fear identity thieves who are trying to scam us with malicious messages sent from PCs.

PS4 outselling Xbox One by 1 million consolesupdated Tue Jan 07 2014 15:02:36

Sony's PlayStation 4 sold 4.2 million units through the end of 2013, Sony Computer Entertainment President Andrew House announced during the company's CES press conference Tuesday.

TV trends at CES: 4K, curves and smart TVsupdated Tue Jan 07 2014 04:56:40

Remember 3D televisions? WebTV? Television have been a core CES category for many years. The devices got a bump a decade ago with flat-screen technology, but in recent years manufacturers have struggled to bring excitement back to the living room staple.

Roku to make line of connected TVsupdated Mon Jan 06 2014 16:14:00

An awful lot of companies have tried to figure out how to make consumers want to stream Internet video in the living room.

Five trends to watch at CESupdated Fri Jan 03 2014 12:06:56

At this year's International Consumer Electronics Show, the televisions will be bigger, the watches smarter and more attractive, and the homes and cars more connected.

'Pokemon' still catching 'em all on Nintendo 3DSupdated Thu Jan 02 2014 16:57:35

Two new Pokémon games, "Pokémon X" and "Pokémon Y," have taken the gaming world by storm, selling more than 4 million units globally in their first two days of availability, and tracking to become the fastest-selling games of all time for the handheld Nintendo 3DS.

2013: The year in video gamingupdated Fri Dec 20 2013 10:50:25

The Year of the Gamer. Does 2013 actually deserve that title?

Apple's high-end Mac Pro goes on sale Thursdayupdated Wed Dec 18 2013 16:29:26

Apple's Mac Pro, the high-end show horse of the company's desktop line, goes on sale Thursday, restoring some luster to deskbound computers that have been overshadowed by the mobile revolution.

Gadget gifts your kids will loveupdated Fri Dec 06 2013 19:21:41

Technology touches all ages.

Your next USB connector will be reversibleupdated Thu Dec 05 2013 13:07:01

As mobile devices get increasingly slimmer, so too will their corresponding USB connectors.

Apple's Black Friday special: Gift cardsupdated Thu Nov 28 2013 14:23:54

It's a recent Thanksgiving custom as traditional as turkey, stuffing or collapsing on the couch while watching NFL football: the Apple Store's annual announcement of Black Friday discounts.

Next-generation video game consoles: Which should you buy?updated Wed Nov 27 2013 12:34:55

As the cold, hard reality of the holiday shopping season dawns in earnest, literally millions of shoppers will be considering video-game consoles when they hit the stores (or stay warm shopping online) this week.

Gadget gifts for the holidaysupdated Wed Nov 27 2013 09:19:55

When it comes to tech gadgets as holiday gifts, the familiar is always popular.

Xbox gamers suspended in cursing crackdownupdated Tue Nov 26 2013 13:25:21

What the #@!%? Some gamers uploading R-rated videos of themselves playing on the new Xbox One are learning the hard way that Microsoft is trying to crack down on cursing.

Xbox One's midnight launch officially starts new console warupdated Fri Nov 22 2013 11:16:18

Arieo Gonzalez had been waiting for an Xbox One since 1 p.m. Thursday. Brian Miller, in his own way, had been waiting since June.

Zombie killers vs cheeky snails: African gaming appsupdated Fri Nov 22 2013 07:22:23

When Daniel Okalany bought his first computer at the age of 21, he was hooked.

Sony addresses PlayStation 4 'blue light of death'updated Tue Nov 19 2013 13:06:28

Even as it celebrates brisk sales of its new PlayStation 4, Sony is offering help to gamers experiencing problems with the next-generation gaming console.

Gamers line up by the thousands for PlayStation 4 launchupdated Fri Nov 15 2013 11:46:35

The late-fall chill outside a Best Buy store in Elkridge, Maryland, wasn't all that was keeping George Nelums awake late Thursday.

Emerging technology heightens video-game realismupdated Thu Nov 14 2013 17:04:37

Next-generation video game consoles are nearly upon us, and with them will come increased power and cutting-edge developer tech.

Console smackdown! PlayStation 4 vs. Xbox Oneupdated Wed Nov 13 2013 18:42:12

The last time a new PlayStation or Xbox hit the market, Facebook had fewer than 12 million users, a tablet was a pill and nobody outside of Apple had heard of a gadget called the iPhone.

Your late fees are waived: Blockbuster closesupdated Wed Nov 06 2013 17:31:08

"Be kind, please rewind," the signs used to say in video stores, urging customers to return their rented VHS tapes spooled back to the beginning.

How OS X Mavericks can boost your battery lifeupdated Mon Nov 04 2013 11:37:09

If there's one major point of emphasis for Apple's new desktop operating system, it's battery life.

Playing video games to raise millions for charityupdated Fri Oct 25 2013 13:24:53

On November 2 you can help raise millions of dollars for sick children by sitting on the sofa and playing video games.

An open world for DC superheroes in 'Scribblenauts Unmasked'updated Thu Oct 10 2013 17:10:45

With more than 2,000 heroes, villains and other characters pulled from the DC Comics universe, the latest in the "Scribblenauts" video game franchise has created a unique visual experience for gamers and comic fans alike.

HP and Google roll out intriguing $279 Chromebookupdated Tue Oct 08 2013 14:56:31

HP and Google have rolled out an intriguing Chromebook today -- the 11-inch HP Chromebook 11.

New Kindle Fires get faster, add personal supportupdated Wed Sep 25 2013 00:41:27

Amazon on Wednesday announced three new Kindle Fire tablets: a 8.9- and 7-inch Kindle Fire HDX and a lower-end Kindle Fire HD. The tablets feature faster hardware, better screens, improved software and a subtle new look.

Apple announces new desktopsupdated Tue Sep 24 2013 16:39:49

Apple has updated its entire iMac line of products with Intel's latest quad-core processors, new graphics, next-gen Wi-Fi and faster PCIe flash storage.

Longtime Nintendo president diesupdated Thu Sep 19 2013 12:39:49

Hiroshi Yamauchi, who built Nintendo from a small playing-card company into a global video-gaming empire before buying the Seattle Mariners, died Thursday in Japan. He was 85.

Gamers gear up for 'Grand Theft Auto V'updated Mon Sep 16 2013 18:50:53

When players get their hands on "Grand Theft Auto V" on Tuesday, the gaming world will get another titillating dose of the sex and violence that has come to define the series in the eyes of millions -- many of whom have never played it.

New iPhone hardware, software a boon for gamersupdated Wed Sep 11 2013 17:53:13

The new iPhone 5S's performance upgrades and 64-bit processing chip will make the smartphone more responsive and faster. And mobile game developers are excited about the possibilities they see opening up with that newfound power.

'The Sims 4' and other upcoming games to watchupdated Mon Sep 02 2013 18:17:04

More than 340,000 gamers from across Europe converged in this quaint German city last month to get their first hands-on with Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One consoles and to preview an assortment of new games.

Gamers shrug at Nintendo 2DS consoleupdated Mon Sep 02 2013 16:51:06

Announcement of a Nintendo 2DS handheld console is causing a collective "eh" among fans of the pioneering gaming company.

The 'czar' who rates your favorite players on 'Madden'updated Fri Aug 30 2013 09:36:41

Donny Moore watches at least part of every NFL game, every week, every year. After all, it's part of his job.

At Google, apps to help discover (and conquer) the world around youupdated Mon Aug 26 2013 17:43:14

The "Niantic" was a whaling ship used during the Gold Rush of the 1800s and then run aground to be used for storage and as a hotel in a place now known as San Francisco.

10 most controversial violent video games updated Mon Aug 26 2013 12:18:26

The long-running debate about violence in video games was rekindled over the weekend with reports that an 8-year-old boy who police say shot and killed his elderly caregiver had been playing "Grand Theft Auto IV," a game rated as appropriate for adults.

Coping with the loss of an online worldupdated Fri Aug 23 2013 18:45:44

Sarah Luchsinger started playing Disney's online game "Toontown" in 2005 at the urging of her then 10-year-old goddaughter. It's become a place where she can spend time with her husband and two sons, working together on tasks and feeling like part of the larger "Toontown" community.

Gaming world's eyes are on Germany for Gamescomupdated Wed Aug 21 2013 14:19:00

Gamescom brings video game fans, developers and companies together in one place to discover what's new, and what's coming, in the gaming industry.

TiVo romances TV viewers with Roamio DVRupdated Tue Aug 20 2013 13:14:47

O Roamio, Roamio, wherefore art thou Roamio? The answer, hopes TiVo, is next to your TV.

The coolest computers of QuakeConupdated Fri Aug 16 2013 14:31:23

When you're about to settle in for four days of serious gaming, while crammed into a single room with a couple thousand of your peers, there are some unique concerns.

Suddenly, Google is making great hardwareupdated Mon Aug 12 2013 18:40:08

Here's a brief history lesson for you.

Nearly half of all video-gamers are womenupdated Thu Aug 08 2013 19:11:34

A new report suggests adult women are nearly half of all video game players. That's a number that can be read in the changing tone of some of today's top games. But it's also one that some female gamers say isn't really as close to even as it should be.

Video game war machine honors young player's memoryupdated Fri Jul 26 2013 13:31:41

Wander into any gaming forum thread, chat room or multiplayer-action communications, and you quickly discover that gamers can be an insensitive lot. But there are also instances where the hardcore, win-at-all-costs trash talking goes silent and they band together to do good.

Why Chromecast may be Google's TV game-changerupdated Thu Jul 25 2013 17:26:23

Google rolled out a new Nexus 7 tablet on Wednesday. But a much smaller, much cheaper new gadget may be the one that makes a seismic impact in the consumer technology world.

Google introduces $35 device that streams video to your TVupdated Wed Jul 24 2013 14:02:39

Google has a simple and inexpensive new way to stream Internet videos on your TV.

Review: Leap Motion controller is promising but glitchyupdated Mon Jul 22 2013 14:28:55

How do you imagine the computer of the future?

5 games to watch from Comic-Conupdated Fri Jul 19 2013 13:22:53

Gaming has become an important part of Comic-Con International, the annual gathering that brings 150,000 attendees to San Diego for a celebration of comics, movies, television and pop culture.

Student wins $250K as 'MLB2K13' Perfect Game Challenge champupdated Wed Jul 17 2013 15:47:17

How much is playing the same video game for a month worth? To an exasperated parent of an obsessed young gamer, probably not much.

How much better can smartphone cameras get?updated Tue Jul 16 2013 13:53:17

Smartphone competition isn't just about choosing the biggest screen, fastest processor or sleekest operating system. As phones continue to replace point-and-shoot cameras, a new battleground for smartphone manufacturers is camera quality.

Can you be electrocuted by your smartphone?updated Mon Jul 15 2013 16:51:24

Could your smartphone really give you a lethal electric shock?

Did new Florida law make computers and phones illegal?updated Tue Jul 09 2013 21:28:03

Did Florida just accidentally make all computers and smartphones illegal?

In new video games, gore gives way to emotionupdated Fri Jun 28 2013 16:24:50

Forget the macho world of the standard shoot-'em up video game. Rather than relying on blood, gore and mayhem, a number of game developers are tapping into their inner emotions, inviting gamers along for adventures of the psyche.

Report: Google's making a video game consoleupdated Fri Jun 28 2013 12:29:04

Google is reportedly working on a video game console that would be powered by its Android operating system, potentially putting another huge tech player in an arena dominated by Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.

Microsoft previews new Windows, music player, moreupdated Wed Jun 26 2013 15:05:06

The newest version of Windows is getting some changes. Among them? A little dose of old Windows.

OUYA gaming console sells out on Amazonupdated Tue Jun 25 2013 10:15:04

Well, that was quick. Just hours after going on sale in the U.S., Canada and the UK, the OUYA gaming console was already sold out Tuesday morning on Amazon, though other retailers still had it in stock.

Microsoft backtracks on Xbox One sharing policiesupdated Wed Jun 19 2013 18:15:55

Reacting to "feedback from the Xbox community," Microsoft is appearing to reverse course and change two key components to policies for its new Xbox One video game console.

Addicted gamers are sweet on 'Candy Crush'updated Wed Jun 19 2013 12:14:51

Julia Enright often plays at night while watching TV. Billy Byler plays in the airport while waiting for his flight. University student Breanna Reboca, a skilled multitasker, plays on her phone while walking to class.

The top games of E3 2013updated Fri Jun 14 2013 15:07:27

The annual Electronics Entertainment Expo, which wrapped up here Thursday, is all about next-generation gaming.

Can Nintendo get its mojo back?updated Thu Jun 13 2013 16:14:10

It hasn't been a blockbuster year for Nintendo, the video-gaming company that brought us "Donkey Kong," "Super Mario Bros." and the Wii.

With ESPN out, is 3-D TV dead?updated Thu Jun 13 2013 15:53:43

Three or four years ago, it was supposed to be the next big thing in consumer tech: the magic of 3-D, right in your living room.

Microsoft defends Xbox One: 'Digital is better'updated Wed Jun 12 2013 11:56:19

"This is a big change, consumers don't always love change, and there's a lot of education we have to provide to make sure that people understand."

Sony hammers Xbox over price, used gamesupdated Tue Jun 11 2013 11:58:54

At a coming-out party for its upcoming PlayStation 4 console, Sony leveled its guns at rival Microsoft's Xbox One device and fired until the chambers were empty.

E3 to showcase games, not consolesupdated Mon Jun 10 2013 13:10:40

Much of the focus this week at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, the video game industry's big annual trade show, will be on Microsoft and Sony, which both have new game consoles coming in time for the holiday shopping season.

Microsoft talks game-sharing, 'always-on' Xbox Oneupdated Fri Jun 07 2013 15:45:30

With lingering questions about privacy, game trading and selling, and an "always-on" Kinect device, Microsoft has released new details about the new Xbox One console, hoping to address issues that have had some fans in an uproar.

Gadget gift ideas for Father's Dayupdated Thu Jun 06 2013 12:04:39

Let's face it: In 2013, the words "dad" and "tech" don't clash like they used to.

U.S. parents not worried about kids' digital-media useupdated Tue Jun 04 2013 17:14:46

With seemingly every kid in America glued most waking hours to a glowing digital device, you might expect their parents to be worried about the potentially harmful effects of all that screen time.

Why the new Xbox still won't fix TVupdated Tue Jun 04 2013 10:36:56

Microsoft's new video game console, the Xbox One, made its long-awaited debut last month. The real story here isn't about video games, though.

Fans air concerns about new PlayStation, Xboxupdated Fri May 31 2013 15:04:21

With E3, the world's biggest video game expo, approaching, Sony and Microsoft are getting ready to wow the entertainment world with their next generation consoles.

Rare Apple 1 computer sold for $671,000updated Tue May 28 2013 10:06:57

A rare working model of the Apple 1, the tech giant's first desktop computer, sold for more than $671,000 over the weekend at an auction in Germany.

'Battle Bears' creator finds inspiration in family journeyupdated Mon May 27 2013 12:18:52

Ben Vu's parents and older brother fled South Vietnam by boat in 1975 -- in the chaotic and violent final days before Saigon fell to communist forces from the north.

Video game aims to help young cancer patientsupdated Fri May 24 2013 09:18:23

In the battle against cancer, one video game is taking the deadly disease head-on. And some young patients are the winners.

Watch a demo of Xbox Oneupdated Wed May 22 2013 10:36:37

Microsoft unveils their new Xbox One system that it says will connect TV, gaming, Internet and media all in one.

New Xbox and PS4 -- meet 'Call of Duty: Ghosts'updated Tue May 21 2013 17:18:31

While the gaming world is focused on the new Xbox One from Microsoft, Activision is deploying its most popular franchise, "Call of Duty," for its first assault on the next generation of consoles.

Whose tech is better: 'Star Trek' or 'Star Wars'?updated Tue May 14 2013 18:59:41

Photon torpedoes and proton torpedoes. Warp speed and hyperspace.

'Defiance' merges TV, video-gaming worldsupdated Tue May 07 2013 18:29:48

Technology has been changing the way we access, enjoy and discuss our entertainment. From smartphones and tablets with streaming movies to video game consoles offering TV shows alongside game play, consumers have increasingly become accustomed to their entertainment colliding and intertwining in new and interesting ways.

Disney awards 'Star Wars' video-game rights to EAupdated Mon May 06 2013 17:25:59

Electronic Arts will be the exclusive provider of games based on the Star Wars series, Disney and the game developer announced jointly on Monday.

Is the PC dead?updated Mon Apr 29 2013 08:20:28

There's a devastating narrative being told about the PC these days: It's dying.

Report: Amazon is making a TV set-top boxupdated Thu Apr 25 2013 11:09:49

If you're looking for a little black box to put under your TV set and devices like the Roku, Apple TV, or any of the many Google TV boxes aren't doing it for you, Jeff Bezos may have your hookup.

My month with the Chromebook Pixel: A reviewupdated Wed Apr 10 2013 10:30:14

When Google announced its cloud-based Chromebook Pixel laptop, the tech community was left puzzled.

Event for new Xbox could happen in May updated Mon Apr 08 2013 22:27:30

The next generation of Xbox could finally be announced this spring.

'Mario,' 'Zelda' creator says give the Wii U timeupdated Fri Apr 05 2013 18:17:42

The Nintendo Wii U has seen its star dim somewhat since its launch in November 2012. Worldwide sales numbers for the console have been disappointing and some gamers have complained that the number of desirable games for the system hasn't grown quickly enough.

5 video games to watch from GDC 2013updated Fri Mar 29 2013 13:24:56

More than 20,000 current and aspiring game makers have converged in San Francisco for the annual Game Developers Conference, where the next wave of gaming trends is on display: next-generation consoles, the growth of free-to-play and independent games, and the explosion of mobile gaming.

'MLB2K13', David Price and the quest for the perfect gameupdated Thu Mar 28 2013 16:04:48

The chirp of a robin, the crack of the bat, the thump of a ball smacking a glove. These are the sounds of spring and the beginning of baseball season. In the video game world, that means another Perfect Game Challenge for players of "MLB2K13."

Emotions are real, universe endless in 'BioShock Infinite'updated Tue Mar 26 2013 16:25:21

The goal of "BioShock Infinite," creative director Ken Levine said, was to have "moved the ball down the field" in terms of how video games can be vehicles for telling engrossing, expansive stories.

Meet Elizabeth: The heart and soul of 'BioShock Infinite'updated Mon Mar 25 2013 18:11:35

When the highly anticipated "BioShock: Infinite" hits stores on Tuesday, a naive 19-year-old with special powers and book smarts -- but little true grasp of the complexities of the world around her -- will meet a gaming public that's been awaiting her debut for years.

Here comes Ouya, the $99 gaming consoleupdated Tue Mar 12 2013 15:52:25

Julie Uhrman needed $950,000 from Kickstarter in less than a month to make her dream of an affordable, free-to-play gaming console a reality.

'Tomb Raider' reboot introduces timid young Lara Croftupdated Wed Mar 06 2013 12:36:28

In the beginning, Lara Croft was a wimp.

Game for students aims to make Congress serious funupdated Wed Mar 06 2013 12:11:38

These days, both violent video games and Congress have come under fire in the media and the court of public opinion, albeit for different reasons.

World class gamer: Inside look at MVPupdated Mon Aug 06 2012 11:00:51

One of the top online gamers of "Starcraft II" in the world, Korea's MVP takes us inside the life of a pro-gamer.

¿Llegas tarde a las citas?updated Fri Jul 13 2012 10:15:06

Twist, un app que ayuda a las personas que llegan tarde a sus citas.

'Rock, paper, scissors' robot cheatsupdated Thu Jun 28 2012 09:47:21

Meet the "rock, paper, scissors" robot that never loses. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.

Hands-on with Apple's New MacBook Proupdated Fri Jun 15 2012 12:27:28

The new MacBook Pro with Retina display has the sharpest screen on the market, but its price may be too high for many.

The Air Force has its own Batmanupdated Tue May 22 2012 14:45:43

Researchers at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base created state-of-the-art uniforms that resemble the comic hero.

Samsung Galaxy S III primed for releaseupdated Fri May 18 2012 10:36:44

CNN's Jim Boulden takes the Samsung Galaxy S III for a test spin. Could this smartphone knock iPhone from its throne?

Building a New World with Minecraftupdated Fri May 11 2012 14:55:03

CNN looks at how one man changed the gaming world one block at a time.

A game that brings your drawings to lifeupdated Tue Apr 10 2012 06:40:13

Imagine a character, draw it, and watch it come to life. The Next List interviews Eric Cleckner at SXSW about GraFighers.

Draw Something's fast rise and saleupdated Wed Mar 21 2012 17:00:04

A day before Zynga bought his company, OMGPop CEO Dan Porter told CNNMoney he wants to keep making more offbeat games.

Microsoft takes the Kinect beyond Xboxupdated Thu Mar 08 2012 14:58:37

The software giant released Kinect for Windows, a $250 motion sensor marketed toward businesses, not gamers.

Zynga launching game networkupdated Fri Mar 02 2012 12:40:04

Mark Pincus, CEO of Zynga, explains how his company's upcoming new website will make it into a game network.

Angry Birds slingshots onto Facebookupdated Tue Feb 14 2012 11:07:30

Rovio CMO Peter Vesterbacka discusses the game's launch on Facebook and why they rejected a $2 billion buyout from Zynga.

Are you sick? There's an app for thatupdated Thu Jan 12 2012 08:38:41

HLN's Mario Armstrong reveals how gadgets and tech can help keep your health in check.

Cars with smart appsupdated Thu Jan 12 2012 08:33:05

HLN's Mario Armstrong reveals what's behind the new gadgets you can now find behind the wheel.

Samsung's see-through LCD screenupdated Wed Jan 11 2012 16:24:45

The electronics giant has developed a prototype touchscreen that is completely transparent.

Hands on with the next Nintendo Wiiupdated Wed Jan 11 2012 15:51:30

Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aime says his company's next console, the Wii U, will help it win back hardcore gamers.

Sony's gaming sequel - the PSVitaupdated Tue Jan 10 2012 15:51:43

The successor to the PSP faces serious competition from Nintendo's 3DS and iPhone and Android smartphones.

Newest gadgets on display at CESupdated Tue Jan 10 2012 10:39:29

CNN's Dan Simon previews this year's Consumer Electronics Show and says why Microsoft won't be there next year.

CES: Ultrabooks and 3Dupdated Tue Jan 10 2012 10:36:20

Tech expert Mario Armstrong looks at the hot-ticket items at the CES show: Ultrabooks and 3D TV.

CES: Connected devices to improve healthupdated Tue Jan 10 2012 10:15:07

HLN's Mario Armstrong is at CES and takes a look at connected devices, some that may even improve your health.

iPad 2 buying frenzyupdated Tue Jul 05 2011 07:09:53

Apple's iPad 2 was launched in London with great fanfare. Nina Dos Santos reports.

iPad 2 goes on saleupdated Tue Jul 05 2011 07:08:09

Buyers from around the world explain way they're willing to wait hours outside Apple's London store to get their iPad.

Humble beginnings for French game makerupdated Fri Jun 24 2011 11:31:45

CNN's Jim Bittermann reports on five French brothers who turned a farm supply store into a computer gaming giant.

Hackers steal Sega customers' dataupdated Mon Jun 20 2011 10:17:11

Hackers nab personal data, but not credit card information, of over 1 million online Sega game users.

'Duke Nukem Forever' releases in U.S.updated Tue Jun 14 2011 12:44:23

After 14 years, "Duke Nukem Forever" is finished and releasing to game fans in the U.S. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.

Inside what's new at E3updated Fri Jun 10 2011 07:55:57

Join Doug Gross to see the latest games on the floor of the world's biggest gaming expo, E3.

How will iCloud store your music?updated Mon Jun 06 2011 09:41:25

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout explains how Apple's iCloud is expected to allow users to stream music.

Dear CNN.com: I hate Lady Gaga and YOU!updated Fri May 13 2011 07:57:21

CNN.com's Doug Gross reacts to strongly worded comments about his article on five video games Lady Gaga could invade.

Hackers steal PlayStation users' dataupdated Wed Apr 27 2011 11:54:21

Sony says hackers have stolen personal data from PlayStation users. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.

'Angry Birds' empire looks to expandupdated Tue Mar 29 2011 11:23:34

CNN's Dan Simon talks to Rovio's Peter Vesterbacka about the success of hit mobile game "Angry Birds."

Man versus machine 15 years laterupdated Thu Feb 10 2011 14:33:25

Fifteen years ago, chess master Garry Kasparov took on a supercomputer, with man winning 4-2.

Geeky Lunar New Year giftsupdated Mon Feb 07 2011 05:10:02

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout looks at some of the best tech gifts for the Lunar New Year.

The home 3D experienceupdated Sat Jan 22 2011 12:39:47

Digital lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong has more on Nintendo's 3D gaming system and the future of 3D television.

The impact of Steve Jobsupdated Mon Jan 17 2011 15:36:18

CNN's Kristie Lu Stout takes a look at the impact of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who is taking a medical leave.

The latest in gadgetry from CESupdated Thu Jan 06 2011 16:17:53

CNN's Dan Simon reports on all the buzz at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Pickpocketing without touching a pocketupdated Mon Dec 27 2010 15:47:04

What makes your credit card or passport easy to scan could be making it easier for crooks to rip you off. WREG reports.

Inside 'Call of Duty: Black Ops'updated Wed Dec 22 2010 11:26:34

November: From the Cold War to zombies, the new "Call of Duty" aims to get fans shooting.

The best 'Shanzhai' Christmas giftsupdated Tue Dec 14 2010 14:39:29

M.I.C. Gadget editor Chris Chang reviews some of this year's best shanzhai or knock offs made in China.

Gaming simulators get realupdated Wed Dec 01 2010 09:19:20

Gaming never had it so good, especially when people start to take it seriously. CNN's Jim Bittermann reports.

Super-accurate video gamesupdated Thu Oct 28 2010 17:02:08

Live demonstration of new technology to make character-based video games more accurate.

Controller-free video gamingupdated Thu Oct 21 2010 14:33:42

A new video game system allows users to control what happens on the screen by just moving their bodies.

Xbox Kinect the future of gaming?updated Fri Sep 17 2010 18:01:47

CNN's Kyung Lah gives Xbox Kinect a test run at the Tokyo Game Show.

The future of video gamesupdated Thu Sep 09 2010 16:42:07

With PlayStation turning 15 today, we take a look back at the big game systems and look ahead to the future of gaming.

New move for Sony's PlayStationupdated Fri Aug 27 2010 08:29:33

Sony claims its new move controller is an improvement, not a copy, of the Wii. CNN's Colleen McEdwards reports.

Flying a drone with an iPhoneupdated Tue Jul 20 2010 13:01:46

It flies and streams live video, but this drone is no weapon of war. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout takes it for a spin.

Xbox game lets you fight oil spillupdated Tue Jul 06 2010 10:28:45

"Crisis in the Gulf," a new video game for the Xbox, lets you zap virtual oil blobs. CNN's Josh Levs reports.

No joystick required for Kinectupdated Fri Jun 18 2010 11:42:49

CNN takes a look at Microsoft's new Kinect motion control device.

Sony's Move: A step into gamingupdated Fri Jun 18 2010 11:38:24

At the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo, testers show off Sony Playstation's newest device, Move.

3-D Mario Kart among titles for 3DSupdated Fri Jun 18 2010 11:25:51

Nintendo is jumping on the 3-D gaming wagon. CNN takes a look at the game-maker's newest games and the Nintendo 3DS.

'Spock' goes Terminator at E3updated Thu Jun 17 2010 06:31:25

Actor Leonard Nimoy shows CNN how to step into a movie with Yoostar 2 at E3 in Los Angeles.

Professor makes gadget to quiet gamersupdated Wed Jun 16 2010 19:59:49

A physics professor uses science to quiet the noise from gamers. CNN speaks with inventor of "KOR-fx" Shahriar Afshar.

Sneak peek at Sony's 3-D gamesupdated Wed Jun 16 2010 19:24:10

The makers of Sony Playstation 3 continue their push into 3-D gaming, announcing the release of several titles at E3.

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