Editor’s Pick The Xbox One controller rumbles smarter, has better bandwidth, and is made for longer, more comfortable gaming sessions.
Editor’s Pick Microsoft spent millions of dollars to get the face buttons to look the way they do. Why? Also, check out the much-improved triggers.
Editor’s Pick Today, we look at a completely redesigned D-pad and much grippier analog sticks.
Editor’s Pick Here is an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at the $100M-plus creation of the Xbox One joypad. Today, we look at early prototypes and some crazy functions that didn’t make it in.
Mainframe2 envisions a future where you can use computationally demanding applications right in your web browser. That future is closer than you might think — in fact, it’s seconds away from happening.
Editor’s Pick Zenefits has managed to do the impossible — get people excited about back office operations.
Starting today, these self-described Hungarian security freaks are offering a $25,000 prize to anyone who can hack their startup.
The birds were chirping outside the New York Stock Exchange this morning, clearly aware of the second biggest Internet IPO in history. This intrepid reporter ventured downtown to bring you an inside look at the Twitter IPO.
“We’re not building a new mobile CRM,” said Nichols in an email interview. “We’re turning your mobile inbox into a platform that will connect to lots of different systems over time.”
Editor’s Pick Github execs tell us that government IT projects should be open source by default, particularly in light of the technical issues with HealthCare.gov.
“I want Exposure to be a place people can get lost in story after story and where authors can create these stories so easily that it inspires them to shoot more frequently and thoughtfully,” said creator Luke Beard.
With each fall comes a new season premieres for over a hundred new TV shows, as well as the need to catch up on the backlog of missed episodes.
The protracted regulatory battle faced by Uber, and its competitors Lyft and Sidecar, is the stuff of good television.
One of Israel’s most successful entrepreneurs is back with a stealthy new startup, dubbed Stratoscale, which is building new software for large data centers.
Ouya’s $1 million “Free the Games” fund didn’t work as planned. CEO Julie Uhrman tells VentureBeat how she fixed the program.
Editor's Pick In one of her first interviews since launching Ouya, the Kickstarter-darling Android game console, chief executive Julie Uhrman tells all.
Editor’s Pick Hundreds of thousands of people rushed to Healthcare.com by accident on Oct. 1, when the United States government launched its online health exchange — at a very similar domain.
Kyron’s founder and CEO is Louis Monier, the former CTO of the search engine AltaVista.
The Ouya’s future looks cloudy — and may come in a variety of consoles.
Editor’s Pick We wrap up our exclusive series with a look at the new components on the DualShock 4, plus its design and weight.
HealthCare.gov’s traffic page on Quantcast has been “hidden by the owner.” It’s not all that surprising, but is highly unfortunate.
Intuit just acquired LevelUp Analytics, a consulting company that is focused on the emerging field of data science and analytics.
Guest Post An op-ed from former White House chief technology officer Aneesh Chopra on the creation of new private sector services to improve our nation’s health.
Editor’s Pick In part three, we examine how the face and shoulder buttons have changed (all for the better, by the way) for the DualShock 4.
Cureatr’s team believe they are solving a huge problem with their mobile tools, as an estimated 50 percent of preventable medical errors are caused by poor communication between physicians.
ViewDo Labs is betting major enterprises want to know more about what’s happening on their internal social networks.
Editor’s Pick In part two of our exclusive look at the PlayStation 4 controller, we see how Sony improved upon the things that will help you move, steer, aim, and more in the next generation.
Guest Post Ever since Apple introduced the world to the iPad, connected viewers have flocked to these devices in droves, ushering in not only the post-PC era but perhaps the post-TV era as well.
Editor’s Pick An exclusive look at every detail on the PlayStation 4 controller. In part one, we look at the sometimes weird options Sony didn’t pick for the DualShock 4.
Developers love it when kids code games. That’s why Kik Messenger invited NYC Generation Tech to its mobile game jam this weekend.
WePay isn’t interested in individual campaigns anymore. The company’s primary focus now is providing services to other crowdfunding sites through its API.
A New Jersey-based startup called MyHint launched its system today to make it easier for people to stay on top of their health.
It’s no huge surprise that the software industry is thriving post-recession — where it’s growing is much more valuable information.
Editor’s Pick If you’ve ever managed a site, launched a Facebook page, run a Twitter campaign, or tried to sell anything via Google AdWords, you know one of the key challenges of analytics:
So much data, so little knowledge.
On Tuesday evening, I drew a monocle on VentureBeat founder Matt Marshall. But this was no ordinary monocle, because the Adobe software I used to create it was running on servers 3,000 miles away and piped directly to my web browser.
The startup has raised $500,000 to make learning a foreign language part of your daily Internet browsing experience. This extension for Chrome gives you quizzes and flashcards based on what interests you online.
At the VCIR Fall conference in Park City, I met with the team behind WAVE, a technology which is powering the state’s first wireless electric bus.
Editor’s Pick One-in-three of America’s doctors are on Doximity, and that reach is only getting bigger. Now this “Facebook-for-doctors” has released an API and announced more than 50 developer partners.
Data from Appnext shows that advertising in social titles is no longer something that developers can forget about or ignore.
Do players care about a MOBA’s story? S2 Games thinks so, and it wants to prove that with Strife.