Monday, 22 Jun 2015
Microsoft wants to make Bing your go-to search platform for video with an updated video search function that includes visually rich results pages and a video preview feature.
Thursday, 18 Jun 2015
With Microsoft's Xbox One gaining the ability to play supported Xbox 360 games, one wonders then if Sony has similar plans for in store for the PS4.
Intel has just confirmed that it has acquired Vancouver-based wearable technology display company Recon Instruments for US$175 million.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2015
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sent out an internal memo announcing the stepping down of Stephen Elop.
LG Electronics has agreed on a royalty-bearing smartphone patent licensing with Nokia Technologies where the Korean company will license 2G, 3G and 4G patents.
Microsoft might be a bit shy when saying what games might be coming to the HoloLens other than Minecraft, but that isn't stopping it from using the HoloLens to promote Halo 5.
Monday, 15 Jun 2015
Alibaba has just announced that it plans to launch its own video streaming service within the next two months, with the goal of becoming like what HBO and Netflix are in the United States.
As we reported back in 2013, "There’s been plenty of research done that shows that sitting down for long periods destroys you. Quite literally." That problem may soon be a thing of the past though with the launch of the Freedman chair, the world’s first chair that replicates standing posture while sitting.
Friday, 12 Jun 2015
Oculus has outed the final design of its Rift virtual reality headset at a press event in San Francisco. Also unveiled was a partnership with Microsoft to bundle an Xbox One wireless controller with the Rift, and Oculus Touch, a pair of futuristic-looking controllers for more advanced VR experiences.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2015
Twitch has rolled out a private message function called Whisper that lets viewers and streamers alike chat with friends and subscribers across the entire platform.