Sony To Sell U.S. Headquarters

Sony has agreed to sell its New York headquarters, according to Bloomberg. The 37-story building at 550 Madison Ave will be sold to New York-based commercial property firm the Chetrit Group for $1.1 billion, generating around $770 million in net cash for the company. While the sale might sound dramatic, ...

GameStick Kickstarter Restored Following Copyright Dispute

Update: The campaign has now been restored. GameStick has been pulled from Kickstarter. According to a message on the former home of its Kickstarter campaign, GameStick “is the subject of an intellectual property dispute and currently unavailable.” According to a message from GameStick’s creators, the dispute “does not relate to our design ...

CES: Nyko Breathes Life into Wii U’s Controllers

Editor's Note: Some of you have noticed the button placement in Nyko's stock photo appears to be incorrect. Our hands-on video shows those buttons have since shifted - and we distinctly remember B being in its typical Nintendo controller position when we were playing Black Ops II. Third party gaming accessories ...

The Best Tablets and Smartphones of CES 2013

Year after year, CES serves as the launching point for some of the most anticipated smartphones and tablets, and this year's show was no exception. We've traversed the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center, hunting down the hottest, most innovative devices. We've rounded up the front-runners, which are certain ...

6 Accessories to Improve Your iPhone Gaming Experience

The iPhone is rapidly becoming a prominent gaming device of choice, but touchscreen controls aren't always optimal. Whether you're operating a casual social game or immersing yourself in Sim City, there are drawbacks to using your iPhone for extended gameplay sessions — fast-draining battery life and sub-par audio notwithstanding, sometimes ...

Someone Has Built Functional Iron Man Gauntlets!

Someone has built Iron Man gauntlets that actually work. And it's not Tony Stark (he's fictional, so that would be absurd). The person in question is Patrick Priebe of Laser Gadgets, a firm that specialises in building custom props. The gloves pack enough punch to blow up balloons. (Skip forward to 2:30, if ...
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