Chinese hardware company 7invensun has developed the world's first eye tracking add-on for the HTC Vive.
I just... I... wow.
As part of a much larger piece at the Huffington Post, rumors are starting to rumble throughout electronics and entertainment that Netflix has taken charge of 4K video standards and delivery so much so that Forbes has called the firm "arguably the most significant current supplier of native 4K UHD content.
At today's Microsoft event at their Redmond, Washington compound, Windows 10 was clearly the star; but if that's the case, it had one hell of a supporting actor.
For the young'uns in the gamersphere, before you had your fancy Kinects and newfangled Wii Remotes and PlayStation Moves, if you wanted motion controls in your video games you needed a Power Glove. Not only was it Nintendo's first venture into motion control technology, it was required material for being bad in 1989.
In an effort to combat an "unprecedented threat" of hacking against public and private networks, The White House has outlined a new plan to help stop, among other things, DDoS attacks, the likes of which damaged the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live over last month.
Seattle-based developer Zombie Studios, the team behind Blacklight: Retribution and creators of the Spec Ops series, announced today that it has closed its doors after more than 20 years of game development.
If there is to be a Borderlands 3, veteran Gearbox Software designer Paul Hellquist won't be a part of its development. Hellquist has left Gearbox to join independent developer Robot Entertainment (Orcs Must Die!) as its lead game designer.
Calling it "without a doubt the most difficult decision of [his] career," BioWare executive producer Casey Hudson announced today that he is leaving the EA-owned developer. Hudson is best known for his work as the director of the original Mass Effect trilogy and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
In December, YouTube began to crack down on the inclusion of copyrighted audio in published videos. It incited extensive backlash against the site, but YouTube stood by its policies. Now, it looks like another website is following in YouTube's footsteps: Twitch, the popular livestreaming site, implemented a censoring system today that automatically scans and mutes sections of archived videos that have copyrighted audio.