Microsoft executive Aaron Greenberg has confirmed that “Quantum Break” will not be available on Steam.
Oculus bundles with Alienware and Dell
Microsoft’s SwiftKey acquisition could be a sign that the tech giant will soon be dabbling into artificial intelligence.
The gaming industry is expected to expand and come up with more innovations in 2016. With various new technologies available, what can the public expect in gaming this year?
Could the Windows Phone soon be removed from the market? This is the question many people are asking after the sales of the Lumia fell by more than 50 percent in the last quarter of 2015.
Apple Inc. has acquired augmented reality startup Flyby as it gears toward virtual reality.
Microsoft has announced the official lineup of free Xbox One and Xbox 360 Games with Gold for the month of February.
The original “Call of Duty: Black Ops” game might have backwards compatibility with the Xbox One sooner than expected.
Apple has stepped up its virtual reality plans by hiring top VR researcher Doug Bowman. It is believed that the company will have cars with gesture control and 3D interface in the near future.
Microsoft has added more games with backwards compatibility for the Xbox One.
Samsung has finally unveiled the Galaxy TabPro S, but will it be enough to help the company regain their market share?
Will the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S stamp out the rest of the competition?
A selfie application for iPhone users has been developed and recently introduced by Microsoft to give people ideal selfies.
Microsoft has announced that four games will be available for free in 2016.
This was the first time in their 52 years in the industry to reveal three cover girls.
Here are five important things to remember for next year's Ecuadorian elections.