The smartphone market is booming, tablets are on the rise, TVs become “smarter” and smarter by the day, so in this entire equation someone has to lose ground in the big, happy family of technology. Most “experts” and pundits seem to be predicting the fall of the gaming console, but what if it can adapt, more »
Nvidia made a lot of waves during January’s CES with what it initially called “Project Shield”, a very intriguing Android-powered mobile gaming console, but between then and now there wasn’t a lot of hype-building on the world-renowned chip maker’s part. But the gizmo is finally back in the spotlight and this time it’s a “project” more »
VTech, a world leader in age-appropriate and developmental stage-based electronic learning products for children, has announced that its InnoTab 2S Wi-Fi Learning App Tablet has been selected as one of the hottest travel toys for the spring and summer season by the Toy Insider. The InnoTab 2S Wi-Fi Learning App Tablet features a secure wireless connection more »
One of the gadgets that could change the face of mobile gaming, the Android-based OUYA console, is going ahead with its launch as planned. The first few units have shipped to developers back in December 2012, while early backers of the once upon a time Kickstarter project will be getting their gizmos over the next more »
Samsung’s Game Pad was included with the other ten accessories to hit the market alongside the Galaxy S4 launch. And we reported it on those the day after the Korean giant’s latest flagship was announced last week. Today, we’re pleased to see the S4 gaming attachment in it’s animated form. Thanks to the video below, more »
The face of mobile gaming is definitely set to change over the course of 2013, but OUYA and Project Shield won’t be the only gadgets to contribute to the much awaited step-up. GameStick has recently moved from Kickstarter project looking for financing to a real in-production console and now pre-orders are open for all. There’s more »
Redbox Instant, the at-home movie-streaming counterpart to their DVD vending machines found in shopping centers across the country, is officially coming to an Xbox 360 near you. Partnering with Verizon, the service will offer package deals for viewers to access streaming movies and also rent physical copies for pick-up/returning to their neighborhood Redbox kiosks. The more »
We never doubted the bold and innovative OUYA project will get sufficient support to turn into reality, but we also didn’t expect the Android-based gaming console to become a real mainstream hit. As it turns out, we were wrong about that. After getting the financial backing of 68,000 people on Kickstarter, OUYA’s manufacturers managed to more »
While officially CES 2013 should be kicked into gear on January 8, NVIDIA didn’t even have the patience to wait for the day before the start to drop the first bomb. Therefore, during a packed press conference in glamorous Vegas, the world renowned GPU makers unveiled Project Shield, an Android-based handheld that might just revolutionize more »
Netflix recently updated its Android app with a new interface that looks pretty much identical to its iOS counterpart. Unknown to us at the time, Netflix also added a feature that lets a smartphone or tablet act as remote control when paired to a PlayStation 3 that’s running Netflix at the same time.
One of the big themes at E3 2012 was gaming on a second screen. Nintendo showed us how it plans to take the touchscreen on the Wii U GamePad, and incorporate it into various games and software on the Wii U. At today’s Nintendo event, the company provided a first look at its online media more »
Nintendo held an event this morning that was focused on the Wii U. The show started off with the confirmation that the Wii U will be released in the United States on November 18, 2012. Nintendo will sell two different models at $299.99 and $349.99.