VR or mobile gaming? Take Nod Labs’ wireless ring controller with you

Remember when the Nod gesture control ring was creating a bit of buzz last year? Although you may not have heard much about Nod since then, the company has been hard at work fine-tuning their product as well as creating a brand new one. On top of it all, Nod Labs has just announced closing $13.5 million series A funding.


ZRRO – Android gaming done right, or just the next OUYA?

Fact: mobile gaming is huge. Also fact: sometimes the convenience of playing games on a smartphone or tablet pales in comparison to playing on a console connected to a beautiful HDTV.

Kinect compatible apps soon to hit Windows Store

While I, personally, haven’t had the opportunity to play around with the Windows Kinect motion sensor, I’ve seen it in action and it looks quite fun. When it comes to gaming on an Xbox, who doesn’t like voice and full-body gesture control? But now, Microsoft is taking things to the next level with its latest SDK 2.0 for Kinect v2 sensors. Soon, we’ll see Kinect-compatible apps in the Windows Store.

Logitech G402 mouse owns everything from games to docs

If you’re looking for the latest and greatest hardware to upgrade to, Logitech recently unveiled the world’s fastest gaming mouse.

Amazon rolls outs set-top box, calls it FireTV

Believe it or not, I have yet to give in to the set-top box setup at home. I’m still okay with watching TV episodes on YouTube, streaming, and downloading shows. But then with Amazon’s offering, I might consider getting one soon. Amazon recently announced the FireTV.

TechnologyTell Review: Creative Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200 Speaker

Creative Labs has been well-known for their Sound Blaster sound cards for PCs. I’ve always used them in my gaming rigs throughout the years. They’re powerful, feature-rich, and have never let me down. Creative has had their brand of speakers over the years, too.

Acer K137 projector puts big-screen movies, games in pockets

Projectors are oftentimes associated with professional work or school. You know. Presentations in front of groups, or a teacher doing some math work for the entire class to see. Useful? Sure. Fun? Not really.


CES 2014 Rumor Roundup [UPDATED DAILY]

We’ll update this section each day with the latest CES 2014 rumors. As with all rumors, take these with a grain of salt. Heard something? Say something! Let us know about the rumors you’ve heard at jpaone at and if they check out we’ll publish your social media account or blog as a source! more »


Samsung Unveils GamePad for Android Phones

For those of you looking to take your mobile gaming to the next level, Samsung definitely has your back. The GamePad, a steel-framed controller can hold devices ranging in size from 4 inches to 6.3 inches, so you could even get a phablet in there. The GamePad wraps around your phone and adds knobs and buttons to your gameplay.

Nex Band Customizes Notifications in a Charm Bracelet

2014 is expected to be a big year for wearable tech and mobility. Many soon-to-release products are going to be featured at the 2014 CES in Las Vegas in just a few weeks.

Get Your Multi-Device, Multi-Platform Gaming On With the Drone

It’s hard to go a week without hearing about new or popular games releasing for Android and/or iOS. Mobile gaming is rapidly becoming a big deal as smartphones and tablets become more powerful and less expensive. But smartphone and tablet gaming isn’t always the most natural way to play. Some of us prefer that meaty more »

Dualshock 4 Wireless Controller Shipping Earlier than the PS4

We have yet to see the highly-anticipated Sony Playstation 4 but we’ve heard good reviews already. As early as now, we’re hearing from gamer geeks that they like the PS4 over the [easyazon-link asin=”B00CMQTVMI” locale=”us”]Xbox[/easyazon-link] One. I’m certain that Sony will sell more than Microsoft and the two gaming consoles will go head to head. Over more »