Daniel Kayser at CES All Access 2013, talks with Taro Hashimoto, CEO of G-Cluster Global Corp., about the "smallest gaming system in the world."
Daniel Kayser at CES All Access 2013, talks with Melanie Pearson, VP of Liquid Image, about the Liquid Image HD+ Goggles, where you can jump on the slopes and sync your goggles to a wireless device and show your friends your skills.
Daniel Kayser at CES All Access 2013, talks with Inon Beracha about the Prime Sense Capri 3D Sensor. Watch the clip to check out all of the Prime Sense Capri 3D Sensor.
The Devil May Cry series has been winning over gamers’ hearts for the last twelve years or so, but after four games Capcom thought it wise to change up the formula a little bit. By taking the franchise to a new developer, Ninja Theory, Dante got a breath of life, and a fancy, kick ass new...
Miss CES 2013? Don’t freak, All Access Weekly has got you covered, people. From talking TVs to dancing robots, our radical host Katie Linendoll breaks down all the geektacular madness in under 5 minutes.
We had the chance to visit CES, and like every year, there were products that were wonderful as they were bewildering. Here are some things that had us going “huh?” and “oh…huh.”
Yesterday we shared some of the highlights from this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, but more than anything, it showed that despite the departure of Microsoft and Apple, CES is still an industry showcase worth paying attention to and also a really good indicator of where tech’s going.
Platinum Games have a reputation to uphold. They make outlandish, over-the-top games that defy the standard norms of gaming. With a resume that includes titles like Bayonetta, Vanquish, and MadWorld, their latest game, Anarchy Reigns, has some pretty big shoes to fill.
Well the future is now, people and our geek dreams are coming true each and every day. CES 2013 is no different. Samsung Electronics senior vice president of their display lab, Brian Berkeley, showed off a phone yesterday that contains a thin color screen attached on one end that’s actually...
Microsoft and Apple may have departed the annual Consumer Electronics Show in favor of doing their own presentations, but thus far it’s only meant that other companies have stepped to the forefront to present the latest in tech. Here are some of the highlights so far.