Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is doing an awful lot of teasing lately, and now the digital card game leader is using a Facebook Messenger chatbot to stir up even more speculation.
Microsoft today released a new Windows 10 preview for PCs and phones. This build adds new features to the Mail app and gives the Narrator app some context awareness.
ARM’s partners shipped more than 15 billion in 2015, generating $50 billion in chip sales. But Masayoshi Son, CEO of SoftBank, and new owner of ARM after September’s $31 billion acquisition deal, said in a keynote speech at the annual ARM developers conference that you haven’t seen anything yet.
Serial entrepreneur Ben Huh has been tapped by Y Combinator to lead its New Cities project. As a member of the startup program’s YC Research team, he’s its first “explorer” and for the next six months will be tasked with examining new ways to build new and better cities.
EXCLUSIVE: Three veterans of first-person shooter games have formed Drifter Entertainment, a Seattle-based virtual reality game studio.
When Dominic Guay started working on Watch Dogs more than eight years ago, his mandate was to create a new brand for Ubisoft.
This week, Travis and Stewart talk with Ray Beharry, who is not only the CEO of Pollfish — a mobile survey solution — but an adjunct instructor at NYU.
At the start of its big developer conference, ARM unveiled two secure processors for the Internet of Things, or making everyday objects smart and connected.
The Singularity is the day in the future when machine intelligence exceeds all human intelligence combined.
PRESS RELEASE: RedZone Maps’ New Proprietary Technology Aims to Disrupt Industry Standards, Integrating Social Listening, Real-Time Crime Data, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence MIAMI & NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 25, 2016– RedZone Maps and Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc.
When one company sunsets in the game business, another one rises. That’s my interpretation of Amazon’s decision to open a new location for its Lumberyard game engine team in Austin, Texas.
Google today is unveiling its latest hardware — a 55-inch, 4K implementation of a whiteboard called Jamboard, that offers Google Docs-style collaboration, and Android and iOS apps that let others join in on the “jam.” The pressure-sensitive display, along with accompanying markers and erasers, will become available for purchase next year for less than $6,000, although companies can sign up for access through an early adopter program now.
Loop is launching today to make your home video life easier. The device serves as a video communication device, family media player, voice-and-gesture-controlled smart screen, and video-sharing hub.
The biggest massively multiplayer online game in the market is getting a ton of new content today. World of Warcraft’s 7.1 patch is now live, which adds new missions, cooperative multiplayer action with a nostalgic dungeon, and balance changes for its classes.
Chinese gaming company NetEase announced that the mobile strategy game Immortal Conquest will be its next release for Western markets.
Twitter is making its Rewarded Video solution available to more advertisers. A year after launching, these video ads can now be purchased programmatically through the company’s MoPub service, meaning that more than 70 demand-side platforms offer them.
Microsoft today is announcing the beta launch of version 2.0 of its open-source deep learning framework.
Israeli startup Viewly announced today that it closed a $1.3 million seed investment to help social activists spread their campaigns globally and raise funds for their causes.
The mobile-based live-streaming app Mobcrush has raised $20 million in Series B funding. The Los Angeles-based Evolution Media led the round.
PRESS RELEASE: PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–October 25, 2016– Wavefront, the leading metrics monitoring service for cloud and modern application environments, today announced that it has secured $52 million in a Series B funding round.