An Instagram photo posted by voice actor Shawn Fonteno hinted that Rockstar Games may be reviving the rumored story DLC for "Grand Theft Auto V." Fans of the game know Fontana as the voice and motion-capture model for Franklin Clinton, one of the three main characters of GTA V.
Amazon has unveiled a new discount promo targeting gamer online shoppers. But, as noted by the online retailer, only those with an Amazon Prime subscription will be able to take advantage of the deal.
Microsoft has unveiled the official line-up of games that are included in this week's Deals with Gold discount program. And, like in previous offerings, only gamers with Xbox Live Gold memberships will be able to take advantage of the discounted titles for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 consoles.
Development studio CD Projekt Red has clarified that it did not release an Enhanced Edition for "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt." This means that the listings spotted on the sites of two European online retailers could have been posted by mistake.
Without making any major announcements, Apple suddenly rolled out the beta version of the iOS 9.3 operating system update to its developers and testers. And, unlike previous versions of the OS, the company launched a page dedicated to explaining its various features.
Tesla has recently revealed a new update for its Autopilot software version 7.0. The upgrade comes with the new Summon feature that allows drivers to call out their Tesla cars and activate their self-parking features.
Around two months after the release of "Rise of the Tomb Raider" for the Xbox One and Xbox 360 platforms, Square Enix is now preparing to debut the game for the PC. In preparation for the launch, the studio has released the system requirements for the game.
As the world is beginning to enter the new world of virtual reality gaming, two tech companies are already battling it out against one another to gain the support of customers. And, in a recent interview, Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey explained why his company's headset, the Oculus Rift, is better than the Sony's PlayStation VR.
‘Final Fantasy XIV’ Voice Actress and Her Two Children Found Dead in London, Suspect Arrested in Ghana
Sian Blake, the voice actress who worked on 2013's "Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn," was found dead along with her two sons on London on January 6. According to reports from law enforcers, the three individuals died due to head and neck injuries.
A group of Fitbit users have filed a class-action lawsuit against the California-based tech firm due to the inaccurate data produced by its PurePulse heart rate monitor. According to the plaintiffs, the company falsely advertised the features of its Fitbit Charge HR and Surge wearable devices.
Mojang Warns ‘Minecraft: Pocket Edition 2’ Featuring Scorpion from ‘Mortal Kombat’ is a Scam; Dev Working on Removing Game from iTunes
A mobile game on Apple's App Store titled "Minecraft: Pocket Edition 2" is duping iPhone users into thinking that it's an actual title from Mojang. However, according to the development studio, this game is a scam and people should refrain from buying and downloading it.
100 Games Coming to Oculus Rift in 2016; PlayStation VR for PS4 Expected to Cost Between $400 and $600
It seems 2016 is shaping up to be the year for virtual reality gaming. Just this week new details about the two heavyweights in the market, the Oculus Rift and PlayStation VR, have started emerging.
Samsung’s $5000 Smart Fridge Lets You Order Groceries Online, Takes Pictures of Your Food, and Monitors Your Eating Habits
Usually, mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets dominate the annual Consumer Electronics Events. But sometimes, major firms also unveil traditional appliances with a high-tech twist during this yearly happening.
Over the past few months, Facebook-owned tech company Oculus VR has been saying that virtual reality will be the next step in gaming evolution. But, given the recently announced price tag of the Oculus Rift headset, it's a bit hard to consider it as a practical replacement of traditional gaming consoles.
Almost immediately after Oculus VR announced the pricing and pre-order details of the Rift headset, chip-maker Nvidia said that it will launch a new program aimed at making PCs more virtual reality-compatible. According to the company, this program, dubbed as VR Ready, will be composed of high-powered graphics cards based on the GeForce GTX system. In addition, the company will also collaborate with other major PC makers for a new line of add-on graphics cards.