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Microsoft plans to build Xbox Live into Windows 8

Microsoft plans to build Xbox Live into Windows 8

Mike Delman, Microsoft's vice president of global marketing in the interactive entertainment business unit, was interviewed this week by The Seattle Times. The discussion encompassed various areas that the software giant dabbles in, and at one point Delman revealed that…
Sony PlayStation Vita will be region-free

Sony PlayStation Vita will be region-free

The Sony PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) (PCH-1000 series) will be region-free. During a PlayStation Vita session for European and Australian press at E3, Michael Denny, Sony's Vice President of Sony Worldwide Studios Europe, confirmed the tidbit to IGN. He did…
PC Games of E3: TechSpot's Trailer Hotlist

PC Games of E3: TechSpot's Trailer Hotlist

This past week developers, publishers, media, and other groups tied to the gaming industry converged in Los Angeles for the seventeenth installment of the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3).

The conference is known for getting audiences buzzing about the hottest games of the show as trailers and gameplay footage are shown for the first time. We've put together a collection of trailers for upcoming PC games that caught our attention.

Razer announces dual-sensor 6400dpi mice

Razer announces dual-sensor 6400dpi mice

Razer has introduced a new 4G dual sensor system, which takes advantage of both an optical and a laser sensor for enhanced tracking accuracy. Razer claims the sensor has ten times faster surface detection than any one from the previous…
Battlefield 3 beta in September, release on October 25

Battlefield 3 beta in September, release on October 25

At the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), DICE, an Electronic Arts studio, announced that the Battlefield 3 multiplatform beta is expected sometime in September 2011. The company also confirmed that Battlefield 3 will arrive for the PlayStation 3, the Xbox 360,…
Microsoft @ E3: New Halo trilogy, UFC partnership, more

Microsoft @ E3: New Halo trilogy, UFC partnership, more

Microsoft announced new Xbox 360 features during its E3 2011 keynote today, including a bevy of Kinect-friendly titles and additional video streaming services. Over a dozen upcoming games have been confirmed to support Microsoft's motion sensor, not least of which…