Outside of a few video games here and there, New York Comic Con didn't really have much tech news to report on. But, we did find this sweet tabletop gaming PC chilling at the Intel booth.
Does Nintendo's new 3D-less 2DS portable gaming device deserve to be on your holiday wish-list? We took it for a quick spin to find out.
Those 300 testers are going to be very, very happy with their free prototype Steam Machines.
Features like haptic feedback, 3D motion control and a floating virtual screen combine in the palm of your hand, courtesy of the iMotion controller.
Nintendo isn't the only one that can think outside of the box when it comes to trying out new controllers.
Valve is handing out 300 Steam Machine prototypes for fans to test out.
More options are showing up for ways of pretending to run around inside a video game.
The completely free SteamOS will allow you to play your favorite Steam games right on your TV.
After reporting on the rampant success of the STEM System's Kickstarter last week, we just knew we had to take the system out for a spin ourselves.
Fans of smartphone and tablet games, rejoice: the only gaming accessory you'll ever need is in the works.