You know, I’ve always wanted to start my day with 12 people I’ve never met before. Fortunately, Sony has magically heard my secret and unvoiced desire and delivered Wake-up Club. Though Wake-up club was first revealed in April 2012, it decided to sleep in until 2013. Sony had it at its CES 2013 booth, however, more »
We were certainly hoping to glean some info about upcoming consoles at CES 2013, but NVIDIA’s Project Shield was not what we expected. The company best known for making computer chips wants into the intensely competitive portable gaming market. Its entrant is a bizarre hybrid of PC and Xbox 360 controller. Seriously, if this thing more »
Nintendo sucks when it comes to providing batteries for its latest generation of products. The stock 3DS battery life is between three and five hours and the stock Wii U GamePad battery life is between two and four hours, which is just ridiculous. Fortunately, Nyko stepped up and at CES 2013 announced the Power Pak more »
This past December, a company called PhoneJoy took to Kickstarter to fund its Bluetooth gaming controller for Android and iOS devices. The company raised $69,859 on Kickstarter after requesting $50,000 to put the PhoneJoy Play into production. It has only been a week since the PhoneJoy Play got funded, and the company has already set more »
It was fashionable several years ago to declare that PC gaming was dead, ushered in by the cheaper convenience of consoles. I may have even written one or two of those pieces, ahem. That stubborn PC wouldn’t go away though and the Steam Box may help make it the only gaming device in teh future. Dedicated more »
A couple days ago. Sunflex announced unu, a multi-part Android device that aims to be the center of the smart living room. Unu’s features come from a tablet that’s connected to a HDTV from a dock. Once the unu’s interface is on the big screen, it essentially becomes an Android game console and a hub more »
When I first heard about the Duo Gamer, I was pretty harsh towards it. The idea of a mobile game controller costing $80 without a rechargeable battery was something I simply could not get behind. I also wasn’t too thrilled with how it looked. Well, after playing with the Duo Gamer at CES 2013, I more »
Over the past few years, motion controlled gaming really took off. It started with the Wii, and Sony followed up with PlayStation Move. Microsoft then came along and furthered the motion control genre by removing the need for physical objects with Kinect. However, all these products require additional hardware purchases. With the technology Extreme Reality more »
G4′s evolution into the Esquire Network became that much easier when Adam Sessler parted ways with the network. He had hosted X-Play since its beginnings as GameSpot TV in 1998. The cable channel had long abandoned any real pretense of being “TV for gamers.” X-Play and Attack of the Show were the only remnants of that more »
PDP’s Afterglow headsets and headphones lines is about to grow. The accessories company is at CES 2013 and used it to show off the new audio accessories it has for gamers. Whether you have a PS3, Xbox 360 or iOS device, you’ll be ready with some really neat audio accessories later this year.
Sunflex, the company behind Snakebyte-branded accessories, announced a new Android product at CES 2012 that is made up a few different parts. The device is called unu and it’s comprised of an Android tablet, docking station, game controller and air mouse.
CES 2013 means gadget and tech posts, so brace yourself for more of these over the next few days. The latest comes from SteelSeries, which has developed new Apex Gaming Keyboards which are apparently the fastest gaming keyboards now available. The Apex and Apex [Raw] keyboards are optimized in terms of performance and layout to more »