BlackBerry is stepping up its Black Friday game with an ongoing discount on its Passport and Z30 smartphones and an iPhone trade-in program that starts next month.
The time has come for Mac users to break their earthly tethers and take to the skies. Civilization: Beyond Earth releases today for OS X.
Seven new channel apps are coming to Google's Chromecast, including kid-friendly content producers like Nickelodeon and Sesame Street.
Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break still has a while to go until its Q2 2015 release date, but we're still getting new information about the upcoming game, little by little.
Send your Minecraft world into a galaxy far, far away with the newly released Star Wars Classic Skin Pack, now available for purchase for both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions of the game.
Assassin's Creed Unity, even after a couple of patches and updates, is still a little rough around the edges for some players. Ubisoft's Patch 3, however, looks to be a big one, and it's rolling out to all platforms this week.
After having been out for only a couple of weeks now, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth has already been confirmed to be getting an expansion next year, and the developers are looking to the community for ideas.
iPhone 6 owners may be able to get in on the VR fun soon enough, thanks to a new Indiegogo campaign.
Crytek has announced three new maps coming to its free-to-play shooter Warface that thrust players into the freezing cold of Siberia.
Sony is planning on making its PlayStation Plus subscription service into a better product, and they've given some details about just how they're going to try to do that.
Shovel Knight, the indie throwback to classic platformers, is releasing a new theme of the Nintendo 3DS, and it'll be launching worldwide starting November 27.
It's no secret that loads of people have been playing Advanced Warfare like crazy since launch. To rub it in everyone's face, though, Call of Duty has released a handy infographic that shows everyone just how much players are playing this game.
The last time Minecraft saw an update was back with the "Bountiful Update" of 1.8 that added loads of new content and features. But with so many new additions are bound to come many small bugs that need fixing. That's where 1.8.1, now live, comes in.
Evolve developer Turtle Rock is looking to the community to help shape this final Monster. To that end, they'll be taking votes for the rest of the month on what the lumbering beast's name will be.
Evolution has released a little preview for its upcoming free expansion for Driveclub, showing off the five slick cars being added in the Ignition pack.