The next Call of Duty game will have Kinect voice integration, so says the man at the top of Activision.
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Gamers are upset that Microsoft emphasized non-game entertainment in the Xbox One reveal. But Harrison argues games are still front and center.
During the day, you've got the upper hand on zombies in Techland's latest game. But at night, you'll be scared out of your wits.
The maker of Dead Island is back with a zombie game that introduces the pressures of surviving during the day or the night.
Jawfish Poker and Jawfish Words will let players compete against each other in live games.
Nvidia says it is already ready for next-generation gaming.
Big Fish Instant Games will be on PC, smart TVs, tablets, and mobile phones.
The tabletop computer is a growing category.
Advanced Micro Devices is launching two new families of mobile chips today for faster and more power efficient laptops.
Sunnyvale, Calif.-based AMD wants to become more competitive with its larger rival Intel, and it is doing it by creating all-in-one …
New devices include a 20-inch all-in-one computer that you can use as a giant tabletop tablet.
Microsoft brought more of the controller design process in-house for the Xbox One.
Whitman takes a swing at Dell for "completely cratering" its earnings.
HP hasn't been participating in the explosive growth of mobile devices.
Consumer rights issues are overshadowing an otherwise impressive technological announcement.
Microsoft's Kinect for the Xbox One is built into the system and it can detect six players at the same time.
This app is a kindness for those who are doomed to wander aimlessly through some of the world's biggest and most confusing buildings.
We dive into what's inside and what that will enable in terms of future entertainment.
Activision chief says "it may be the best Call of Duty ever." Among the new characters: a bomb-sniffing dog.
Activision's Daniel Suarez explains why fans will be pleased with a brand-new sub-brand for the Call of Duty universe.
Microsoft unveiled the first details of its next-gen console at its campus in Redmond, Wash.