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Deakin helps your body become the controller with its Motion Lab
Live motion capture suits, PhD's in dance choreography and using your body as the controller is all no big deal at Deakin's Motion Lab.
Samsung Electronics Strengthens Its Presence in Silicon Valley with Opening of New Headquarters for U.S. Semiconductor Operations
UNICEF and The Philips Foundation, together with partners, launch the Maternal and Newborn Health Innovations Project
BenQ announces an investment in ZOWIE, cites product development
BenQ and ZOWIE join forces in order to develop peripherals for casual and professional gamers alike.
BenQ strengthened holdings in the research and manufacture of gaming equipment by investing in the player trusted brand ZOWIE.
Unreal Engine 4 enjoys new challenges of virtual reality development
Growing battle in game engine wars, with studios supporting virtual reality.
Bethesda stopped Doom 4 because it felt like CoD 'with a Doom skin'
Why Bethesda threw in the towel on Doom 4.
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Lenovo Sets Vision for Future Ecosystem of Connected Devices at Global Tech World Conference
Garena aquires Heroes of Newerth from S2 Games as Frostburn Studios
Garena has taken over Heroes of Newerth development from S2 Games and placed it under a subsidiary called Frostburn Studios.
Spil Games Launches $50,000 Unsung Heroes Competition to Highlight Awesome Mobile Games
More than 20 universities join Open Source Virtual Reality movement
The OSVR movement now has more than 20 universities as research partners.
Ex-Star Citizen devs working on Kickstarter Descent Underground reboot
Some ex-Star Citizen developers are looking at rebooting an age-old classic in the form of Descent Underground.
Not a Rubix Cube - much cooler. Waterproof linux-powered cube PC
Cuberox is a Kickstarter project that houses six 16x16 screens on a waterproof casing, powered by Linux and wireless charging.
Katy Perry Bonds with Glu
Don't worry, Microsoft doesn't think AI will kill us anytime soon
Artificial intelligence won't destroy mankind, Microsoft's research chief believes.
LAN parties live on - How the internet hasn't killed them off, yet
LAN parties are still going strong. Chris sat down with a few LAN admins, organizers and CEOs to chat about the issues they face in today's climate.
BMW and HERE pair up for advanced automotive driver experiences
BMW and Nokia-owned company HERE are trying to connect drivers with their cars and provide maximum intergration into the outside world.
Memory Market Sourcing Challenges to Continue According to Market & Technology Trends Report from Avnet Electronics Marketing
IBM Named a Worldwide Leader in IDC MarketScape for Mobile Application Development and Testing Consulting Services
The Australian government pushes for mandatory coding in schools
Australian schools may be adding coding as a mandatory subject to their Year 10 schooling program, starting in 2015.
NASA developing new biodegradable drone, helps the environment
NASA is reportedly working on a new biodegradable drone that can fly... and if it crashes or malfunctions, won't hurt the environment post-flight.
Nintendo on international hunt for next-generation hardware architect
Nintendo is searching for a senior software architect, and he or she could end up helping build the company's next game console.
Free-to-play Age of Empires Online ends development, goes into support phase
Microsoft ends development of free-to-play Age of Empires Online.
Chinese chipmaker set to enter CPU race against Intel, ARM and AMD with custom CPU
China prepares to unveil details of a new 8-core processor to take on Intel, ARM and AMD.
EA believes consoles still have potential, promises $80 million in investment for next-gen console game development
EA promises an $80 million investment in next-gen console games.
Microsoft veteran says that ALL Windows Phone 7 devices would get an upgrade to 8
Windows Phone 7 devices could all get upgraded to Windows Phone 8/Apollo.
Capcom announces development on Lost Planet 3
Capcom announces that development is coming along on Lost Planet 3, a prequel to the other 2.
SEGA slashes jobs, cancels in-development games
SEGA wants to concentrate on core IP and digital distribution, cut jobs and cancels games.
Sony opens registration for PlayStation Suite SDK beta, allows developers to build apps for Android and Vita
Sony opens up registration for PlayStation Suite SDK.
Battlefield 3 development may have started on PC, but switched to consoles
Development of Battlefield 3 switched from PC to consoles half way through.
Google I/O: Android @ Home & Project Tungsten
Your home is now an android accessory.
MIT Labs Develops Kinect-Based Teleconference Interface
MIT wunderkids demo awesome telco interface using SAR and Kinect.
NVIDIA decides to (temporarily) shut down chipset development
until legal issues are resolved with Intel.
Next step for Windows 7 - straight to RC1
No more Betas.