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Starting with the March update, Microsoft will be soliciting feedback from users on its Xbox One updates.
Starting in March, you won't need to yell at your TV like a schmuck.
Surprise! After six years of development, that Doom sequel/reboot/something still exists.
ISPs like Verizon want Netflix to pay for the massive amount of video traffic flowing across its networks. But Netflix is reluctant to do so.
Despite the rumors, managing director Gabe Newell swears his company doesn't care about your gross browsing habits.
Sorry, Dish Network and Comcast customers, you're not invited to the party just yet.
Despite BioShock Infinite's critical acclaim and good sales, Ken Levine announced that Irrational is closing its doors and laying off all but fifteen people.
Sony appears to be pulling ahead in the popularity horse race for next-generation gaming consoles.
Harmonix talked to us about its new game at D.I.C.E. and it's about as far from Rock Band as anything could be.
Just don't expect to play Flappy Bird on the big screen.
“Lot of people asked for better deals on our digital marketplace, so we’re testing some,” says Microsoft exec.
Amazon and Hulu are still searching for their own House of Cards—but do any of their efforts have the sizzle of Netflix's magnum opus?
Happy Valentine's Day from the world's biggest search engine and online ad market.
Are the people in your social media sphere yammering on about House of Cards or the Winter Olympics before you've had a chance to watch? We've looked at some apps that can silence them until you can get to a TV.