The latest PlayStation Move video demo shows off the latest quirky mini-games from Supermassive games, including a barking mad-looking 'barbering' style game.
Google has purchased 3D desktop software developers BumpTop, makers of an innovative touchscreen control system that works on both Windows PCs and Macs.
If you have ever wanted to read a tabloid in poor quality, gimmicky anaglyph 3D then you are in luck, because News International is planning a 3D version of The Sun next month.
Apple has been on something of a buying spree this week, having acquired chip maker Instrinsity and app developer Siri.
Apple's latest multitouch patent outlines the company's ambitious plans to develop multitouch control in the future.
Apple reps visited the guy that found the next gen iPhone prototype in a bar, prior to seizing computer equipment from Gizmodo editor Jason Chen last week.
Dell's forthcoming tablet PC is set to be called, following Lewis Carroll's lead, the 'Looking Glass' PC with details leaking online this week.
Apple's COO Tim Cook has said this week that he "can't think of a single thing a netbook does well," aping similar recent comments by Steve Jobs.
As we Europeans await the arrival of the iPad to our shores, Apple has dated the US launch of the next version of its tablet PC, with the iPad 3G set to arrive in the States no later than May 7.
MySpace is moving into live music and gigs, allowing artists to sell tickets to events on their profile pages.
Mark DeLoura, formerly of SCEA, has been named as Google's 'developer advocate' for video games, the first time Google has appointed an exec in charge of gaming.
Global IT spending is set to increase 5.3 per cent in 2010 to $3.39 trillion (£2.20 trillion), according to research and analytics firm Gartner.
It was only a matter of time, before we saw pictorial and video evidence of Geohot's infamous Blackra1n jailbreak hack hit the iPad.
Twitter has announced that it has acquired the developer of Tweetie – one of the leading third-party apps for the popular microblogging service.
Not only has the new Apple iPad been torn apart by the team over at iFixit, it has also been X-rayed, to allow us all a much closer look at what is inside the new device from Cupertino.
Nvidia has moved quickly to deny rumours of a delay of all projects based on the new second-gen Tegra chipset.
Ralph Baer, 'the father of videogames', has been inducted into America's National Inventors Hall of Fame at a ceremony at the United States Department of Commerce in Washington, D.C. this week.
Games company Evony has dropped a libel lawsuit it instigated against UK games industry veteran Bruce Everiss, following critical remarks Everiss made about the game on his blog.