According to Bloomberg, Microsoft is ready to have its biggest amount of layoffs in the past five years.
The Nightblade Z97 is the last in MSI’s Nightblade mini-ITX Gaming barebones series. As the name implies, it comes with the latest MSI Z97I GAMING motherboard, which brings a slew of awesome features for gamers looking for a small system.
With the Facebook acquisition of Oculus VR leaving many early supporters of the platform quite displeased, the company’s announced a new developer conference titled “Oculus Connect“.
We contacted Sony for a comment regarding which Xperia handsets will get an upgrade to Android L and we received the following as a response.
At this year’s Google I/O conference, Google announced Android TV, the successor to their ill-fated Google TV, and positioned similarly to Amazon’s Kindle Fire TV, including the ability to play games.
Recently I got the chance to preview a VIZIO 2014 M-Series LED TV. Frame rate, picture quality, and clarity are just a few things I look for in a good TV, as would any gamer. So how did the VIZIO 2014 M-Series hold up? Pretty good actually.
With June nearly over and July on the horizon. It’s time to get ready for those big sales celebrating America’s independence, and of course making stuff blow up!
Microsoft is wrapping up negotiations to use the Nokia and Lumia brands for their own hardware devices, according to EVLeaks. If the rumor is true, Microsoft intends to replace their handset branding with “Nokia by Microsoft” and the Surface branding with Lumia branding.
Despite only being announced in the past 48 hours many developers have already announced their support for Google’s Android TV platform.
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.