Scientists predicted that someday, Mars could have rings around it just like Saturn. This could happen after the Red Planet's natural satellite Phobos completely breaks apart.
An executive from the development studio Sledgehammer Games, maker of 2014's "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare," confirmed that the company is working on a new project. Although the executive did not go into detail regarding the upcoming project, various sources assumed that it's for a new "Call of Duty" title.
Google is currently experimenting with a wearable gadget that almost looks and functions like a device worn and used by characters from the "Star Trek" series. According to an executive from the tech giant, the device is a communicator that can allow users to relay voice commands to an Android-based smartphone.
Many users of the Nexus 6P handset that Huawei made for Google are reporting issues related to the device's microphone. According to the complaints, the issue affects the handset's call features.
Sony is currently working on a new PlayStation 4 feature that could rival Microsoft's Backwards Compatibility. According to various reports, the new emulation feature allows gamers to run PlayStation 2 games on Sony's next-gen console.
Overkill Software, the development studio behind "PayDay 2," has issued a public apology regarding the sudden introduction of microtransactions in the cooperative first-person shooter game. Although the developer did not directly state that it will remove the in-game transaction system, the studio noted that it will make the necessary changes to make amends with the gaming community.
The release of the official Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the LG G3 has been revealed. The latest Android OS is arriving next month.
Development studio Ghost Games has promised to release a new update to fix some of the major issues of its newly released game "Need for Speed." According to the developer, the upcoming update, dubbed as Living Game, will address the game's balancing issues that are affecting its AI features.
Gaming News: Take Two Exec Explains Why Games Like ‘Grand Theft Auto’ and ‘Red Dead Redemption’ are Not Released Yearly
An executive from game-publishing giant Take-Two Interactive explained why the company does not release some of its games on an annual basis. According to the company, this is a strategic move to keep gamers excited for the next installment of their favorite franchise and to spread out the company's releases
Game Producer Talks About New ‘Street Fighter’ Title’s Characters and DLCS, Tells Xbox One Gamers to Buy a PS4 Console
Yoshinori Ono, the producer of Capcom's "Street Fighter" game series, discussed the important character details of "Street Fighter 5." In addition, Ono also said that Xbox One owners should consider getting a PlayStation 4 console if they want to enjoy the upcoming game.
Development studio Ubisoft has just released a new series of trailers for the upcoming "Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege" shooter. The clips star "Thor" actor Idris Elba and focus on the various gameplay features of the game.
Eidos Montreal, the developer of "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" announced that it had delayed the release of the upcoming first-person shooter by six months. According to the studio, the decision was made in order to provide the development team enough time to ensure the quality of the game.
In what appears to be a part of the world's growing celebration for the upcoming release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," Sony has re-released the classic SNES game "Super Star Wars" for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The game can be purchased for $9.99 and is currently available through the PlayStation Store.
Microsoft is getting ready to launch a program that will teach kids how to code through its "Minecraft" game. The project is part of the upcoming Hour of Code annual event that aims to show that coding can be easily learned by everyone.
"Star Wars Battlefront" just came out this week but developer EA is already focused on making possible sequels for the game. According to EA CFO Blake Jorgensen, like "Battlefront," the sequels and other games will also be related to Disney's growing "Star Wars" film franchise.