News Kinect for Xbox One in action
Kareem Choudhry, development manager for Microsoft's Kinect, shows off new ways the Xbox One will track the user's body, including infrared imaging, face recognition, and heart-rate monitoring.
News ...Trailer For 'Batman: Arkham Origins' Makes Us Want It Right Now
http://www.businessinsider.com, Kirsten Acuna
The first full trailer for "Batman: Arkham Origins" is out and it's awesome.
News Virtuix Omni and Oculus Rift come together for literal running and gunning
http://www.gizmag.com, By Darren Quick
Omni-directional treadmills promise to take things a stationary step further than current motion controllers, such as the Wii-mote, PlayStation Move and Microsoft Kinect, by translating movements to an onscreen avatar as users walk and run on the spo
News Microsoft Will Announce The Next Xbox On May 21
http://www.businessinsider.com, Steve Kovach
Microsoft just sent out invitations for its next-generation Xbox announcement. The event takes place May 21 at Microsoft's offices in Redmond.
News Microsoft To Reveal New Xbox Details In May
http://www.businessinsider.com, Kevin Smith
Microsoft originally planned to unveil details about a new Xbox console this month, but we've learned from The Verge that the announcement has been pushed back to May.
News Do Brain Games Work?
http://www.popsci.com, By Francie Diep
A few new studies, including one meta-analysis, suggest brain games don't make you any better at anything but playing brain games.
News Razer Edge Review: A Beautiful, Portable Gaming Gadget That You Won't Take On The Go
The Razer Edge is a tablet with the guts of a gaming PC stuffed inside. That makes it plenty powerful, even if it ends up just sitting by your TV.
News Ouya and MakerBot Team Up for 3-D Printable Gaming Console
If Ouyas dedication to being an open gaming platform wasnt already obvious, now youll be able to 3-D print your own Ouya console case.
News New Xbox Reportedly Wont Let You Play (Unless It Can Spy On You)
People throughout the world could soon be voluntarily outfitting their homes with indefinitely active cameras, infrared sensors and microphones if they purchase Microsofts new Xbox video game console, slated for release sometime next year.
News U.S. Spies Want to Play Alternate-Reality Games (For Work, They Swear)
Alternate-reality games are no longer just for geeks and corporations that want to sell you stuff. Americas intelligence agents now think these interactive games could make for a better way to study human psychology and social behavior.
News Why I Hacked Donkey Kong for My Daughter
http://www.wired.com, By Mike Mika
As a gamer dad, theres nothing better than when your child asks you to play a videogame. I remember when my son asked if I wanted to play Atari with him.
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