What will be hot in consumer electronics and computing in 2014? Read our full coverage of International CES 2014 to find out.
The 2014 International CES in Las Vegas gave us plenty of news to cover this week, especially the unveiling of Valve’s living room-friendly Steam Machines and Sony’s game-streaming service, PlayStation Now. We also found out that the PlayStation 4 is outselling the Xbox One, and someone else is going to try to make an Alien game that hopefully won’t suck.
You can find all that and more from our week’s worth of coverage below:
Above: PlayStation Now can stream PlayStation games to a number of devices.
Image Credit: Sony
Mobile and social
Above: The Creative Assembly’s new Alien game.
Image Credit: Sega
Pieces of flair
Valve is an entertainment software and technology company founded in 1996 by Gabe Newell and Mike Harrington and based in Bellevue, Washington. The company became famous from it’s first game Half-Life. Valve currently develops and ma... read more »
Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. is a major video game company specializing in a variety of areas in the video game industry, and is a wholly owned subsidiary and part of the Consumer Products & Services Group of Sony. The company was... read more »
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