Eye tracking is one feature that could could benefit the performance and affordability of high-end virtual reality headsets.
(Reuters) – A sea of protesters swarmed in front of the White House on Saturday to voice displeasure with President Donald Trump’s stance on the environment and demand that he rethink plans to reverse the climate change policies backed by his predecessor.
Attendees at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles will notice that a familiar structure has faded from the show’s sweeping skyline of corporate booths.
Turkey has blocked access to Wikipedia.org for at least twelve hours in a crackdown on free speech, the BBC reports.
REVIEW: You know the PC gaming-peripheral market is booming when everyone is making a mechanical keyboard and a mouse with a bunch of extra features.
GUEST: On Thursday the FAA released an entirely new kind of map that will open up controlled airspace for drone pilots.
GUEST: Amazon is an undisputed leader in digital retail, but soon the online giant will venture into the realm of physical stores.
At its recent F8 annual developer event in San Jose, California, Facebook doubled down on its gaming initiatives, announcing the progress it has made with Instant Games, Gameroom, and Gaming Video.
GUEST: Last week at Facebook’s F8 conference, Mark Zuckerberg went all in on augmented reality (AR). Since then his announcement has been praised as a great thing for the AR developer world and panned as an attack on Snapchat.
It’s time to introduce our lightning round session at our upcoming GamesBeat Summit 2017: How games, sci-fi, and tech create real-world magic.
GUEST: Here’s a quick wrap-up of the biggest stories from India this week. 1. Amazon chief Jeff Bezos is optimistic about the company’s prospects in India, a $16 billion e-commerce market.
Below are five Alexa skills you ought to try this week, selected from the Trending, New, Top Enabled, and Customer Favorites This Week categories from the Alexa Skills Store.
FEATURE: It’s not often that we go back and analyze “tweet storms,” those controversies that spin out of control on Twitter and the rest of the Internet after somebody steps their foot in a big pile of crap.
(Reuters) – Twitter Chief Executive Jack Dorsey snapped up more than half a million of the company’s shares for about $9.5 million, a regulatory filing on Friday showed.
Happy Friday! Here’s an overview of the 10 biggest European tech news items for this week: 1) Spotify has acquired US blockchain startup Mediachain Labs, though no terms were disclosed.
(Reuters) — Tesla Inc needs to complete fixing its Model S sedan emergency braking system to regain Consumer Reports’ top safety rating, the magazine said on Friday, noting that a recent update by the luxury electric car maker was not enough.
Blizzard has rebooted Heroes of the Storm without actually rebooting it. The developer has made a big to-do about Heroes of the Storm 2.0, effectively relaunching its free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) for PC.
The era of digital assistants is upon us. If you don’t use it already, it seems only a matter of time until you’ll want to know how to direct Windows’ Cortana.
Acer already makes some of the best high-end gaming monitors, and now it’s planning to push its screens forward in 2017.
Artificial intelligence is not the savior of mankind. All of the intelligence we program into an interface — a speaker like Amazon Echo, the chatbot you use at work, or a car that drives on its own — has to be tested in the real world by actual human beings, and until those tests are perfected, it won’t be saving anyone.