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  • Blog Post: FCC To Vote On Net Neutrality Bill Next Month

    Next month, the FCC will vote on a new set of net neutrality rules – something that has the potential to change the way data is distributed online. In its simplest terms, net neutrality would keep the distribution of online data a consistent rate for everyone. Successful oppositions to net neutrality... More
  • Blog Post: Razer Formally Unveils New Android-Based Micro Console

    Razer has formally announced its new micro console, the Android-based Razer Forge TV. The device, which was teased back in June 2014, will allow players to play Google Play games on their TVs at its Q1 launch, with support for PC streaming coming in the second quarter. The company envisions Razer Forge... More
  • Blog Post: Check Out Nintendo's Presence At CES In 1992

    A video on YouTube shows Nintendo at CES three years before E3's first official show. It's not a new video (it's been on YouTube since 2010), but it's a fascinating peek at the video game trade show as it existed before E3. This video shows Nintendo at CES in 1992. E3's first show... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces Streaming Games on Demand Service PlayStation Now

    Sony's cloud-based service has an official name - and is coming to a variety of devices, including PlayStation 4, Bravia TVs, and tablets. Sony's Andrew House made the announcement at the company's CES press conference. The service, titled PlayStation Now, will feature games from the original... More
  • Blog Post: SteelSeries Stratus Mobile Controller Is Small Enough To Swallow

    We don't often cover mobile controllers, but this one is unique enough to grab our attention, and small enough to slide into your back pocket. Using MFi-certified Bluetooth, the SteelSeries Stratus connects to your mobile device and let's you play mobile games with a more traditional control... More
  • Blog Post: Hands On With Valve's Steam Machine Controller

    I remember people laughing when Valve first announced its new controller for the upcoming Steam Machine, but now that I've gotten my hands on the unit, I'm eager to take one home. For decades the two analog stick controller has been a staple of the gaming landscape, but is it really the ideal... More
  • Blog Post: Astro A38 Offers Stereo Bluetooth For Mobile And PC

    Astro Gaming has announced its first noise-canceling headset, with the introduction of the A38. The headset mirrors the form factor of the on-ear A30, but cuts the cord thanks to bluetooth 4.0. The A38 is designed for use with mobile and PC gaming and includes a built-in microphone for multiplayer (and... More
  • Blog Post: Late Night With Jimmy Fallon Demos Oculus Rift On January 31

    Oculus Rift, the virtual reality gaming headset the people couldn't stop talking about at CES, is being opted for a test drive on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon January 31. Palmer Lucky, designer of Oculus Rift, stated on the website’s official video that the Rift was created specifically for... More
  • Blog Post: CES 2013 Was Biggest In 45+ Year History

    According to a press release from the Consumer Electronics Association, this year's CES convention in Las Vegas was the biggest in the show's nearly 50-year history. While this year's 150,000 attendees didn't break last year's attendance record of 153,000, it managed to top 2012 in... More
  • Blog Post: Analyst Reveals Next-Gen Predictions

    Rumors are coming at a faster clip as we approach the inevitable release of next-gen consoles, and an analyst has added his post-CES predictions to the heap. They include potential price points, release windows, and a surprisingly grim outlook for Nintendo. Colin Sebastian, an analyst at Baird Equity... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Sony In Talks To Roll Out Cable Competitor

    This hardware generation has expanded users' ideas of what a gaming console can be, as they reach beyond mere game-playing devices. The PS2 brought the DVD format into many households, and Sony and Microsoft's console technology has continued to evolve, incorporating streaming music, video, and... More
  • Blog Post: Seen At CES 2012: The Weird Recap

    There is a lot of hot technology on display at this year's CES. Companies like Sony, Samsung, and Toshiba all showed off how their products would integrate with one another, Razer started exploring the tablet market, and 4K TVs took the show by storm. But that's not all that was going on at CES... More
  • Blog Post: Cloud Gaming Company Predicts Sony Or Microsoft Will Not Have A Next-Gen Console

    Yesterday Sony shot down persistent rumors that the PlayStation 4 will be debuting at E3 later this year. Now a representative of cloud gaming company Gaikai is saying that the truth about the next generation of gaming consoles could be even more shocking. Industry Gamers reports that Gaikai chief product... More
  • Blog Post: Seen At CES 2012: Day One

    At the beginning of every year, tech journalists, buyers, industrialists, and a bunch of middle-aged men who don't look hip enough to know much about technology gather in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, one of the world's largest trade shows, centering around technology and consumer... More
  • Blog Post: Sony's Kaz Hirai: No PlayStation 4 Announcement At E3 2012

    We've heard plenty of rumors about both Sony and Microsoft prepping new console reveals for E3 later this year, but if the publisher itself is to be believed, at least one of these isn't happening. The Wall Street Journal reports that at CES, Sony bigwig (and rumored future president of the company... More
  • Blog Post: Netflix Available On Vita At Launch In U.S.

    With the PlayStation Vita's February 22 launch date fast approaching in the U.S., it's long past time that Sony start emphasizing how this latest device is an all-around media machine and not just for games. Enter the hardware manufacturer's only gaming-related announcement from its CES press... More
  • Blog Post: Sony May Show Off A Video Editor For The PlayStation 3 At CES

    Sony may be announcing new video editing software for the PlayStation 3 at the upcoming Consumer Electronic Show called PlayMemories. Endgadget has some blurry cell phone photos of the software and there is a trademarked PlayMemories Studio facebook page just waiting for some content. Sony has tried... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Scaling Back CES Presence

    Looks like the Consumer Electronics Show will be getting a lot smaller after next year. After nearly 20 years of participating heavily at the annual show in Las Vegas, Microsoft said the upcoming CES will be its last where it will have a keynote and booth presence on the floor. "We’ll continue... More
  • Blog Post: Consumer Electronics Silliness: The Wild Sights Of CES 2011

    The annual Consumer Electronics Show is a time for the tech industry’s biggest manufacturers and designers to gather together and show off their wares. Some of the biggest consumer electronic innovations of the last several decades were first displayed during past CES events. But not every new... More
  • Blog Post: iPad Case At CES Suggests A Slimmer Successor

    The Consumer Electronics Show is just warming up in Las Vegas, but the news is already coming. A new iPad case is being shown off by manufacturer Dexim. The sleek holder doesn’t fit current iPads suggesting a skinnier successor is on the way. Engadget got their hands on the case (with built in... More
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