There's a hot new virtual reality headset in town. At least that's what the booth decorations would have you believe. It's got head tracking! It's fully immersive! It's an Oculus Killer!
Convertibles? Whatever. Ultrabooks? Idgaf. A damn huge laptop with a mechanical keyboard built right in? Now we're getting somewhere.
Nvidia just announced the new Tegra X1 processor at its CES press conference. Last year, Nvidia brought its killer desktop Kepler graphics to a mobile chip, and this year X1 will bring the newer, kickass Maxwell graphics there as well.
Last week during the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Huawei, Chinese hardware maker and subject of international security concerns, showed off their newest toy — the Huawei TRON. According to the Chinese media, the TRON can supposedly play PS3 games. PS3 games that have been set for the Huawei TRON.
It's probably hard to imagine how busy a guy like 50 Cent is. So, it's understandable that he might've missed out on the way that Minecraft has become a phenomenon. But Mr. Jackson thinks that Mojang's super-successful game "looks like they didn't finish it." No, 50, it's finished. That is a completed game that you…
While Microsoft generally lies low at CES, Xbox's Marc Whitten had a little chat with tech site Engadget, speaking about the kinds of things we can expect in the Xbox One's first major update.
Gigabyte has unveiled a new gaming PC at this year's CES. The Aorus X7. It's an impressive machine, but we're not here for the specs. We're actually here for the laptop's accompanying press. Which is wonderful.
During today's Sony keynote at CES, Sony's Kazuo Hirai went through a very detailed speech about what he thinks is unique about Sony, emphasizing a certain sense of "wow" as he put it. He spent a lot of time discussing the successes of their past as well as the creativity in their present, bringing up great examples…
Building your own computer is generally reserved for the hardcore, the devoted, the geeky. But with Razer's Project Christine, it's as easy as playing with Legos. Really big, actively mineral cooled Legos. Also it looks like a badass rack of rockets or something, which is cool as shit.
Sony sold 4.2 million PlayStation 4s as of Dec. 28, Andrew House, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment, said at CES today. Microsoft announced yesterday it had sold 3 million Xbox Ones in 2013.
Among the many exciting features of Sony's Xperia Z1S Android handset is "deep integration" with the Playstation 4. Treat yourself to both the console and the phone and Sony will reward your brand loyalty with a $100 discount. Considering that the Playstation 4 is only a few months old and the Z1S isn't available…
Sitting at Valve's CES conference in Las Vegas today, one inquisitive audience member couldn't help but ask...is Valve worried about keeping up with Microsoft's momentum, having just announced 3 million units already sold?
With the first of many "Steam Box" computers making its debut at CES, Valve boss Gabe Newell has really opened up to The Verge about his company's hardware plans, revealing that the range of gaming PCs might be even more ambitious than we would have imagined.
The Razer Edge is a gaming tablet. That much you know. But here's the thing: It's so well made—and has such a complete notion of what it is and what it wants to do—that it might not just be "the gaming tablet," but the single best Windows 8 convertible we've seen.
Nvidia's Project Shield is a curious little device, attempting to toss its hat into a bunch of rings at once. It's taking shots at handheld gaming, console gaming, tablets, and phones. For the most part, it's holding under the strain, but it's hard to imagine going out of your way to use it versus any of those…
So far, the biggest gaming surprise of CES 2013 is the totally unheralded reveal of Project Shield, the new handheld from Nvidia. Some of the functionality was run down in last night's reports but if you want to know what's inside the thing, then you might get some clues from this very-impressed-with-itself reveal…
Now that Power A's MOGA game controller for Android is picking up steam, it's time to go big. Announced today in advance of CES 2013, the MOGA Pro is a full-sized gaming controller that pairs the convenience of a phone clip with a stand for your tablet.
PC hardware company Nvidia dropped quite the CES bombshell tonight, revealing a quirky new gaming handheld that doubles as an Android device as well as a means of streaming your PC games to a portable 720p display.
Nvidia just surprised a whole bunch of people by announcing, of all things, a dedicated gaming handheld during the company's CES press conference.