Proving themselves once again the leaders in the bluetooth wireless tech industry, Astro Gaming won us over at E3 this year with their new A38 Bluetooth Headset.
Google have unveiled their Android ‘L‘ update, calling it a radical design overhaul. Their new ‘Material design’ will be consistent across all platforms: Chrome, Android and Google websites and services.
The development team known for developing the Xbox 360 controller & Xbox Kinect, Carbon Design, has been acquired by Oculus.
Business Insider claims to have a source saying that the next version of Android will be unveiled at Google I/O sometime tomorrow.
Turtle Beach showed us their lineup of headsets at E3 2014; we of course had a peek at their next-gen DTS Headphone: headsets.
Evil Controllers has two pieces of big news to share with fans, one of which is their lineup of custom Nintendo GameCube controllers to celebrate the launch of the upcoming Super Smash Bros. game.
At long last Monoprice has decided to take the plunge and enter the realm of computer monitors, and in a not so timid way. Later this year around the third fiscal quarter, Monoprice will be releasing two monitors.
With E3 2014 occupying the game industry all week, FutureMark; Creators of 3DMark (a PC Benchmarking tool) tried to stealthily launch a new benchmarking app that’s capable of testing those computer rigs out there that are rocking DirectX11 GPU’s!
Turtle Beach is one of the most well known names in gaming headsets, constantly delivering new headsets for various needs of the gaming community; and this E3 they’re at it again.
Competitive gaming has become more and more prominent in recent years. And with competitive gaming earning recognition as a professional sport in 2013, that’s unlikely to change. Unfortunately there’s no standardized method of training for to-be professional gamers, but that’s about to change with the Sentry Eye Tracker.
Mobile gaming can sometimes be a real pain. Sure it’s convenient to pull out a cell phone a play a quick game of Angry Birds. But there are so many different mobile games that could really use a controller, and SteelSeries wants to be your solution.
On the most recent episode of The Tonight Show we saw Josh Topolsky of The Verge appear alongside Jimmy Fallon and Channing Tatum demonstrating Sony’s Project Morpheus.
Mobile gaming has taken the world by storm. Last year Flurry reported that 32% of all iOS and Android smartphone usage was dedicated to games. And soon, gaming on your iPhone is going to get even better.