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Game Thinking wants to help product designers unlock their creativity

Amy Jo Kim is a famous game designer who helped fashion some wondrously creative titles such as The Sims, Rock Band, and Covet Fashion.

Corporate CEOs have failed to engage with startups

GUEST: It’s time for corporate boards to add “startup engagement” to their CEOs’ job descriptions. CEOs know it’s important to engage with startups, but startlingly few seem to do it themselves.

Sorry, Zuck: AR & VR won’t replace TVs or phones

GUEST: Last week’s F8 conference is still generating a boatload of excitement, especially over CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s vision of an era without smartphones or televisions.

This is the time to bet on enterprise tech

GUEST: Recent history alone should be enough to prove that enterprise tech is a far more stable, profitable category than consumer tech.

Surge in startups and capital could be bad news

GUEST: Startup numbers have surged, and so have VC investments, according to data released earlier this month by Dow Jones VentureSource.

Moonfrog taps FarmVille creator to build epic Baahubali mobile game

Baahubali 2: The Conclusion, a major film from Indian director S.S. Rajamouli, debuted this week. And it is accompanied by a new mobile game from Moonfrog Labs, dubbed S.S.

European tech is heading into its best days

GUEST: The biggest economic story in Europe right now has nothing to do with populism, Brexit or Trump.

Nintendo Switch meets VR: Yep, somebody made it happen

The Nintendo Switch has been out for over a month now, and it’s still going strong. I play mine almost daily, even after finishing the full main story in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

Growing panes: The rise of smart glass and how it could kill off your curtains

FEATURE: Smart ovens are now a thing, as are intelligent beds, connected doorbells, and internet-enabled fridges.

HTC Vive will get a $220 plug-and-play eye-tracking aGlass device in May

Eye tracking is one feature that could could benefit the performance and affordability of high-end virtual reality headsets.

Environmental protesters swarm outside White House

(Reuters) – A sea of protesters swarmed in front of the White House on Saturday to voice displeasure with President Donald Trump’s stance on the environment and demand that he rethink plans to reverse the climate change policies backed by his predecessor.

Oculus will skip E3 2017: It’s not you, it’s me

Attendees at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles will notice that a familiar structure has faded from the show’s sweeping skyline of corporate booths.

Turkey blocks Wikipedia

Turkey has blocked access to for at least twelve hours in a crackdown on free speech, the BBC reports.

Sound BlasterX’s mouse-and-keyboard are a fine complement to its audio equipment

REVIEW: You know the PC gaming-peripheral market is booming when everyone is making a mechanical keyboard and a mouse with a bunch of extra features.

The drone industry takes two steps forward

GUEST: On Thursday the FAA released an entirely new kind of map that will open up controlled airspace for drone pilots.

Here’s what Amazon’s new stores will look like

GUEST: Amazon is an undisputed leader in digital retail, but soon the online giant will venture into the realm of physical stores.

How Facebook plans to make esports and game videos more social

At its recent F8 annual developer event in San Jose, California, Facebook doubled down on its gaming initiatives, announcing the progress it has made with Instant Games, Gameroom, and Gaming Video.

Facebook’s AR Studio blows the market wide open

GUEST: Last week at Facebook’s F8 conference, Mark Zuckerberg went all in on augmented reality (AR). Since then his announcement has been praised as a great thing for the AR developer world and panned as an attack on Snapchat.

GamesBeat Summit’s lightning round will focus on disruption

It’s time to introduce our lightning round session at our upcoming GamesBeat Summit 2017: How games, sci-fi, and tech create real-world magic.

This week’s top Indian tech news

GUEST: Here’s a quick wrap-up of the biggest stories from India this week. 1. Amazon chief Jeff Bezos is optimistic about the company’s prospects in India, a $16 billion e-commerce market.