Google’s Project Tango phone can turn any room into a game world – GameSpot

By: Emanuel Maiberg Google has announced Project Tango, a new phone with highly customized hardware and software designed to allow it to track its motion in full 3D, in re[….] Read more here: http://www.gamespot.com/articles/google-s-project-tango-phone-can-turn-any-room-into-a-game-world/1100-6417918/ Continue reading Google’s Project Tango phone can turn any room into a game world – GameSpot

Xbox 720 will interact with cable TV?

By: Eddie Makuch Multiple sources have told The Verge that the Xbox 720 will include a feature that allows the next-generation platform to take over a user’s TV and set-top box in much the same way that Google TV operates. The site’s sources also suggest the platform will require an online connection to use various entertainment services, as well as to tap into TV signals. … Continue reading Xbox 720 will interact with cable TV?

Square Producer Says Final Fantasy XIV Reborn Feels More Like Final Fantasy

By: William Usher After suffering the humiliating defeat at the hands of the public over the rushed and incomplete release of Final Fantasy XIV, Square Enix had to tuck tail and go back into hiding to fix up, revamp and redo the game. Well, now the producer of the game is saying that FF XIV has more of a Final Fantasy-feeling to it than it … Continue reading Square Producer Says Final Fantasy XIV Reborn Feels More Like Final Fantasy

Microsoft rejects Motorola settlement offer in Xbox sui

By: Eddie Makuch Seattle technology giant dismisses offer to pay royalty fee of 2.25 percent on every Xbox 360 sold. The next chapter in the ongoing patent tussle between Microsoft and Google-owned Motorola Mobility has come to light. Reuters reports today that Microsoft has rejected a settlement offer from Motorola Mobility that would have the Seattle tech giant pay a royalty fee of 2.25 percent … Continue reading Microsoft rejects Motorola settlement offer in Xbox sui