So how about that PlayStation 4, huh? Sony held a big event Wednesday night to announce its next-generation entertainment console, but neglected to show it to anyone, let alone offer up a price or release date. Maybe they're taking an anti-Apple approach? Guess we'll see how that works out for them, but from where we sit, seems as if the once-mighty CE giant seems to just be trying to get in line ahead of Xbox rival Microsoft…
If you survived Valentine's Day yesterday, the good news is many of us will be enjoying a three-day weekend to take advantage of the President's Day sales on Monday. So before we all part company for 72 hours, let's take a quick walk through the five best stories that went down on Thursday, including one truly bizarre tale involving HP and a rock and roll legend...
When a mobile game such as Cut the Rope becomes so iconic, can its creators ever trap the genie in the bottle a second time? That's what ZeptoLab is hoping to find out with its followup title, Pudding Monsters.
If the Mayans are to be believed, the end of the world is only two days away -- and Bolt Creative is celebrating by pushing out the final update to the popular Pocket God game with plenty of apocalypse themed content.
Sure, there's enough enemy combat playing out in the world around us right now, but Modern Combat fans can't get enough of it. Now you can bring the battle onto your iOS device with the latest chapter.
Electronic Arts is back for another dose of street racing, and they're inviting you to the App Store to join in the fun -- that even includes iPhone 5 users, who will get a dose of widescreen fun in the latest Need for Speed release.
Star Wars creator George Lucas has retired from the film business, but it appears his licensing department is still very much open for business, joining forces with Angry Birds creator Rovio for new apps and even board games coming soon.
We don't even want to think about how many quarters we pumped into the arcade version of Zaxxon back in the early '80s, but 30 years later, SEGA has a sequel you can own for only four of those plays back in the day.