A good computer mouse doesn't have to cost a ton of money, especially if you need it to travel, or you're on a budget. This week we're looking at five of the best mice on the market for around $20, based on your nominations.
All the age of controller-enabled iOS gaming has given us so far is a pair of wraparound shell controllers that only work with newer iPhones or iPod Touches. Where's the iPad love? SteelSeries brings the iPad love with the Stratus — the first official wireless gaming controller for iOS 7.
Japanese peripheral maker Thanko is releasing a wireless gesture controlled mouse that you can strap to your hand and, along with Thanko's Android-enabled TV converters, allow you to sit on you sofa and flick your finger around.
What's the single greatest achievement of the current generation of video game consoles? While some might say motion control or the rise of online multiplayer, in today's Speak Up on Kotaku commenter Aikage is just happy to keep his hands under the covers.
Finding a quality set of headphones for the Xbox 360 just got a lot easier, as Microsoft teams up with peripheral maker Mad Catz to create a line of co-branded wired and wireless stereo headphones under Mad Catz's Tritton brand.
Datel's completely unauthorized TurboFire2 wireless Xbox 360 controller not only directly connects to the Xbox 360 without a dongle, you can connect it to your PC to apply "custom controller enhancements." Microsoft should sue! Oh wait.
GameStop is taking preorders for the Xbox 360 Wireless N adapter, whose existence was recently confirmed, but for which no launch date was given. It ships Nov. 3, says GameStop.
The 802.11n adapter whose development Microsoft recently confirmed will cost you one benjamin. The existing 802.11g adapter will get a haircut and cost $79.99. That's according to Ars Technica's trusty, and unnamed, "Mole."
An FCC listing last week showed it had reviewed an official 802.11n wireless adapter Microsoft's developing for the 360. A flier in an Italian Gears of War 2 pointed to the same thing. The company has formally confirmed its existence.
THQ fired 100 employees following a decision to shift its mobile game development to the smart phone platform only. Three studios are closing, in San Diego, the U.K. and Germany.
Rather than rely on a controller add-on or a full blue tooth keyboard, Success HK has just released a 3-in-1 wireless keyboard controller that provides a more convenient way to navigate PlayStation Home.
A Missouri State student came back to his dorm to find his Xbox 360 stolen. Realizing the controller still connected when turned it on, he set out to find the console. And he did.
Over in Japan, Nintendo is busy testing new functionality for the Nintendo DS that will allow users to download information of McDonald's food and sales campaigns at any one of twenty-one restaurants located around Tokyo. Now through June 28th, owners of the prevalent portable will be able to log in to WiFi via the…