Users will be able to mix and match body parts from Team Fortress 2 characters to create their own original 3D characters.
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QuizUp will try to outdo its competitors in mobile games with massive numbers of questions.
The Behavior Platform 5.0 rewards employees with a personalized approach. Can it make work more fun?
Robin Antonick is raising money for Grudge Match: Street Basketball via crowdfunding.
Gamers are the target for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 780Ti
The clone of Tiny Tower launches on iOS, Google Play, and Windows Phone.
An Irish startup designs a chip that could make it easy to fix indoor locations.
The gamemakers also appoint Booking.com chairman Kees Koolen to its board.
Will consumers benefit from lower prices in this hardware cycle?
Activision’s near-term prospects depend on how well Call of Duty: Ghosts takes off.
Will Microsoft have the killer app for its new game console?
In the home stretch, Crytek’s Ryse title is looking better and better.
Does the improved artificial intelligence of the Drivatar really make you feel like you’re driving against friends?
Battlefield 4 has the critical advantage over Call of Duty for the first time in years. What makes it better?
The 22 titles for the Xbox One look good, with something for everyone. But do they have more to offer than Sony’s 21 launch games?
After years of research, William Provancher wants to raise money for a new kind of touch feedback controller.
Players of the social mobile slot game can win “comps” at Las Vegas casinos.
Will the PlayStation 4 beat the PS3′s legacy?
Funding shows the platform for moving social casino games to gambling has momentum.
Streaming platform startup Agawi said it is expanding its offerings to enable app companies to stream their rich media apps to smartphones, tablets, and computers via Amazon’s web services cloud technology.
The maker of World of Tanks has invested in talent for a new game studio in Seattle.
Nvidia is looking for a startup with the most disruptive innovation when it comes to using graphics processing units (GPUs).
The Basis fitness gadget just got more useful with an update that tracks your running, biking, or walking activities.
Editor’s Pick Call of Duty: Ghosts is an admirable effort, but it couldn’t fight off the effects of gravity for an aging franchise.
Gamers are the target, and they can play in Ultra HD.
Square Enix is teaming up with Ubisoft and other partners to provide content for a new cloud gaming technology.
Nintendo shows it isn’t giving up on hardware just yet. Its last best hope for the holidays is a cheap machine.
The company places product advertisements inside mobile and social games, which it believes will reach today’s players.
The makers of Myst and Riven branch out on a new adventure.
You can buy all six monthly car packs in advance for $50.
With two new console-style controllers, Moga aims to turn Android fans into hardcore gamers.
The augmented-reality, mobile-only Ingress will formally launch on Dec. 14. People are already playing it in more than 200 countries.
You can expect to see a lot more game advertising this fall as the competition among publishers gets more intense and the new consoles launch.
Michael O’Donnell’s pictures show the breadth of the speakers at the fifth annual GamesBeat conference.
Norway-based Thin Film Electronics said it has raised $24 million to create flexible electronics on plastic sheets. The money will help the company on its mission of embedding electronic smarts into the “internet of things.”
After some false starts, game makers are conquering the world.
ICS Mobile will get celebrities and other famous folks to share their favorites on an app discovery platform.
Sony and Blockade will launch a Heavenly Sword movie based on the PlayStation video game in 2014.
Skydog can send you alerts if kids overstep their internet permissions or if you have a broadband outage.
Intel believes that mobile data networking will help deliver internet access to a much larger slice of the world’s population.