Creative's Sound BlasterX Katana brings the soundbar to the PC with big sound, a small form factor, and one eye-popping price tag.
Microsoft's old IllumiRoom concept has been reimagined by Razer—its Project Ariana is a 4K projector that extends your display onto your walls.
The $50 game streaming box that could will now reportedly be included inside (at least some) Samsung televisions.
Touting technology from AMD's new Polaris architecture, the new 4.20 TFLOP PlayStation 4 Pro should finally allow console developers to reliably hit 1080p at 30 frames per second. And maybe more.
The Sony PlayStation 4 Slim is smaller, quieter, more efficient—but has the same three-year-old hardware sitting inside.
Microsoft envisions a future where headsets, keyboards, controllers, and all your PC peripherals run seamlessly on the Xbox One's wireless signal. But should you care?
Microsoft has the technology. They can make the Xbox One smaller.
Most people shouldn't buy an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive yet. Virtual reality is amazing, but it's still an expensive first-generation product with kinks and software support to work out.
Netflix has landed on Samsung's Gear VR headset, and it's both wonderful and slightly disappointing.
The NZXT Doko is more expensive than a Chromecast, less expensive than a Steam Machine, and functions as well as neither.
The game streaming giant also changed up the rules for archives, eliminating the ability to archive full-length streams for longer than sixty days.
A YouTube-Twitch marriage could be a match made in heaven - or hell.
The new YouTube additions are bound to make gamers grin from ear to ear.