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VR really is all the rage these days, even if it still hasn't proven to be commercially viable in the long-term on the consumer market. Regardless of the stats and the perpetually declining revenue forecasts, companies like Google want to a piece of the pie and they're taking steps to get in on the VR action.
Google is gearing up to give the folks at Twitch a run for their money. According to an industry insider, plans to relaunch YouTube's livestreaming service have already been set in motion.
Google's new research project dubbed DeepMind is being used for a variety of things that they can't talk about, but one of the things that they can talk about is DeepMind's affinity for doing exceptionally well at playing video games... even better than humans.
Racing games like The Crew and Forza Horizon 2 let players explore miles and miles of open road. However, their massive open-world maps pale in comparison to the scope of a new driving simulator that pulls data straight from Google Maps.
Google won't be purchasing Twitch, contrary to rumors. Retail giant Amazon announced today that they've purchased the videogame streaming site for $970 million.
Videogame streaming company Twitch may soon become part of the Google family. New reports suggest that Google subsidiary YouTube is about to spend $1 billion on purchasing the upstart company.
The iPhone is already quite the popular thing around the world. The phone helps to move massive amounts of mobile apps every single month from nearly every corner of the world. Something you may not have known, though, is that Japanese gamers actually spend more money on iPhone apps than American gamers.
Coming straight to you from the “Wait, what, really!?” department, Big Blue Bubble has announced the launch of Old School Defense, a tower defense game based on the 2003 Paramount movie starring Will Ferrell, Luke Wilson and Vince Vaughn. You’re my boy, Blue!
A new promo video for Hothead Games' Big Win Basketball has been released, giving gamers absolutely zero game footage but instead a few laughs and skewed looks in result of the design team collaborating with one of the most bizarre basketball personalities in the history of basketball...Dennis Rodman.
A new digital guide has become fully available for gamers looking to get a good understanding of the game mechanics, characters and all the ins and outs of learning how to become a legitimate awesomenaut at Awesomenauts. The app is available right now for both iPhone and Android users, so there's no mobile discrimination to worry about when using the app.
The whole town is wrapped in a foul toxic fog and you, as Professor Pym, are the only one who can save the day…Why are you still reading this? Didn’t I make the urgency of the situation clear? Grab your iOS or Android device, go to its respective store, and download Professor Pym and the Secret of Steam for free. After that, you can get to saving those lives with the power of, um, your mighty jumps?
With just under a month to go, Ouya, an Android-based home gaming console has surpassed the $4 million mark on Kickstarter. The initial goal was only $950,000. I guess there are a lot of people out there, 32,062 to be exact, that want something a little different out of their home console gaming experience.
Today Google confirmed the rumored games service for Google+ today. Starting today you can play a number of high-profile games through the budding social network.
The Internet just isn't fast enough for Google. They're planning to test ultra high-speed broadband networks in select locations throughout the United States.
Congratulations, you've got yet another way to play Scrabble. Today EA launched a new Scrabble gadget for iGoogle, allowing you to play with your friends through your iGoogle page.