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.
Valve has been in the software business for a long time, and they've gotten pretty good at it. In 2014, the PC gaming giant will be launching their first official piece of hardware: The decidedly odd, innovative Steam Controller. What will happen when a company steeped in software releases their first piece of…
So PlayStation Now works. Like really. Like what the heck are you sure there isn't a PlayStation tucked away behind this TV and hidden somehow behind this Vita works. It's incredible because it doesn't feel incredible, if that makes any sense. You can play streaming games without any game console, and that's pretty…
Over the past couple of years, gaming accessory maker Razer has made big splashes at CES with ambitious projects aimed at changing the the way we game. The Nabu smartband is out to change the way we live.
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.
Not content to just stream its games all over the place, Sony also plans to expand its Sony Entertainment Network streaming video service to deliver live television and DVR functions across multiple devices later this year. Who needs an HDMI pass-through?
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.
During Valve's CES 2014 event last night, the company released a brochure featuring images, prices, and specificiations for 13 third-party Steam Machines. Let's take a look-see!
Origin PC is calling the new PC enclosure they've created "the most advanced and customizable desktop case in the world." I think they might just have something here.
Maingear's Steam Machine didn't make it into Valve's brochure. At 4.5 x 4.23 x 2.34 inches and weighing less than a pound, it's pretty easy to miss.
Origin Systems' entry in the Steam Machine market would look right at home atop your television, if we hadn't advanced to the point where such a thing requires tremendous balancing skills. The Chronos looks like my brother's stereo in 1989. I can dig it.
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?
The Steam Machine most likely to transform into a 90s robot. CyberPowerPC's newly-announced Steam Machines, due out in the second half of 2014, start at $499 and look like the ski boots I wanted to buy in high school to build a robot costume. More info should be available on their confusing website later today.
Some Steam Machine makers are attempting to create small form factor gaming machines powered and priced competitively to the latest generation consoles. Starting at $1,899, Digital Storm's liquid-cooled Bolt II is not one of those.
Nvidia's kicking off this year's CES madness with the Tegra K1, the first Nvidia chip with freaking 192 CUDA cores. Does that sound like a desktop thing, not mobile? It sort of is. According to Nvidia this bridges the gap between Kepler-based desktop cards and the mobile-based Tegra chips. Not just Tegra 5 but like…