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An early user of Google Glass has discovered some hidden features in the device's software.
Intel is ready to announce the follow-up to its Ivy Bridge chipsets, and the Haswell processors are going to save on power consumption.
We go over everything we know about Destiny from Bungie. You know, the guys that created Halo. Learn more about the game and tell us how excited you are to play it!
FFXIV devs show how you'll be controlling the MMO on your PS3.
Watch us talk about one of the worst video games of the year.
Cryptozoic's bananas digital card game / MMO Hex continues to fly on Kickstarter. See the game in action with Corey Jones, Chief Creative Officer.
The award-winning console developer has partnered with Chillingo to bring an original title to iOS and Android this summer.
Microsoft has explained the names and functionality of those mysterious new buttons on Xbox One’s controller.
If you're a Verizon customer that's been considering making the leap to Windows Phone, Nokia's Lumia 928 is the device you've been waiting for.
Zynga's Battlestone comes to the App Store, free Push Panic! and tons of Memorial Day weekend sales. Jump in!
Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One is designed to sit horizontally in an entertainment center rather than standing upright.
Dead Space studio Visceral has begun hiring for its Dead Space title, plus confirmed that it’s a next-gen game.
Naomi Kyle and friends fight off Resident Evil zombies in the finale of the newest IGN Original series!
Jennifer Hale FemShep herself runs us through the moments that defined her trilogy.
Do you have an older desktop or notebook, and want a simple way to get home in Windows 8? These mice seem like an easy solution.
EA messed up its sports games in the previous generation's introduction. This is how it won't make the same mistake again.
You're definitely not sick of people talking about the Xbox One this week, are you? Here's more of it.
Microsoft has responded to the discovery of a patent that would allow Kinect to be used as another form of DRM.
The company's CFO has talked about plans for the Star Wars IP, as well as continued current gen support.
A Microsoft exec believes the next-gen consoles will cumulatively sell over 1 billion units, compared to the current gen's 300 million.