Players have already created 20,000 maps for the customizable first-person online shooter.
The San Francisco company wants to reinvent chat by creating a better user interface for grouping people together.
Cable network AMC and Nerdist Industries have formed a partnership to take their videos across platforms. Under the deal, comedian Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist YouTube channel will show bonus footage from AMC’s Talking Dead
VentureBeat invited Evernote CEO Phil Libin to our office to discuss the big picture vision for the company. It runs far deeper than an IPO, international expansion plans, and the host of new features designed to appeal to busy professionals.
Ann Bowers, the widow of Bob Noyce, put a human touch on memories of the father of Silicon Valley.
Magnify, a New York start-up, is betting online publishers will want to help viewers find the “best” videos, and it has built a platform to let them do that.
Vuemix wants to change the way that you watch video. If you want to watch nine channels at once, you can.
Los Angeles company makes video streaming simpler and more efficient.
Australian entrepreneur journeys to San Francisco to separate myth from reality about the local startup scene.
Hitting targets in the Android game Dead Trigger is easy with the Moga Pro game controller for your phone or tablet.
Touchscreen table can handle 40 simultaneous finger touches.
With One Touch, you can tap a Sony Xperia Z phone to a TV and transfer a photo or a video.
It’s not as dumb as you think.
The CST 01 is just 0.8 millimeters thick.
We take a close look at the Pebble creator’s favorite smartwatch features.
Electronic toys are hot at CES — including this reptilian robot built from bricks.
Attacknids, sold by Wow! Stuff, are the first in a line of fighting robots called Combat Creatures.
Gary Shapiro says CES will be huge and full of ninja innovators.
We learn how the Hapi fork senses your eating habits.
Mobile gaming graphics look like they’ve finally gone AAA.
Who needs a rechargeable battery when you’ve got portable fuel cells?
Sponsored Post They’re not games, because there’s no winning or losing, no start or end.
Coinstar has built a massive business with its coin counting kiosks. But what if you could dump your loose change right into a digital wallet?
Will machinima films ever become mainstream? Check out this panel discussion held inside the Second Life virtual world.
In terms of sheer geekiness, Navteq’s True mapping cars blow away Google’s Street View vehicles.
Halo has gone from a combat-focused game to an epic love story.
Sony Online Entertainment’s next big game will feature Twitch’s one-click livestreaming
Josh Feldman, who worked under Tom Hanks, was intimidated by the Halo fan community. But that didn’t stop him from making the live-action web series Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn.
JJ Richards demonstrates the Moga game controller for tablets and smartphones. It debuts in 7,000 stores.
Siri is portrayed as a little tempermental and jealous in this parody video.
The brand, celebrity, retailer, or media company that wants to connect with and capitalize on its millions of fans can turn to OnCam, a brand new video publishing platform that enables live broadcasts to audiences of up to 10 million people.
David Hwang of Acer shows off his company’s new convertible tablet-laptop today at Intel’s tablet event.
Check out Dean Takahashi playing Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
[vimeo 49931666 w=640 h=360] What a week it’s been! Here’s what happened:
What if you could instantly purchase a product being advertised on an iPad app — or, even better, what if you could do the same thing for a product featured in a movie as you’re watching it.
In our video romp through the week’s news, we frolic briefly with the iPhone then cavort through fields of news about the Foo Fighters, Facebook, and Intel’s magic fingers.
Watch a live demo of SoftKinetic’s close-range gesture controls.
You won’t have to wait until the 21st to take a look at Apple’s iPhone 5, iPod Touch, and iPod Nano. We got hands-on videos with all three devices, as well as the new maps app and the new panorama feature in the iPhone 5.
Nokia today announced its first Windows Phone 8 devices at a New York City press event, the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820.
[vimeo 48576831 w=640 h=360] Hoo boy, what a week it was! Here’s what you missed: