HomePod's failure to sell goes beyond its high price and Siri.
The leader of the free world continues to point fingers and assign blame to targets without merit.
This certainly isn't the first time the dedicated Marvel community has faced adversity, but more than ever, they face an uphill battle for relevance.
A lot has changed since Super Mario Bros. hit theaters in 1993. One of the biggest changes is that Mario has starred in a handful of RPGs. And there are some key elements from those RPGs that makers of the upcoming Illumination Mario movie may want to borrow.
Mario is about to give Hollywood another try, but the landscape for video game movie adaptations is much tougher to navigate than it was in 1993.
Greg Burke took a close look at Hearthstone's Knights of the Frozen Throne expansion announcement, and thinks he may have found a hint about the next World of Warcraft expansion.
More free DLC is coming for the game, and the publisher could not even make time in its EA Play conference to boost it.
E3 2017 was a baby step into a convention that is about to undergo some big changes, impacting both fan engagement and press access.
Whether you prefer Xbox as a console or as a service, Microsoft’s three Xbox One SKUs and cross-play with Windows 10 cover nearly all bases.
While Nintendo should be taken to task for its backwards implementation of voice chat on Switch, consumers have been using its proposed workarounds for years.
Ubisoft Montreal is shying away from staking a position, but the Montana of Far Cry 5 is a skewed version of real social and political tensions.
The Rabbid cosplaying as Princess Peach is taking a selfie—a sexy selfie!
Turns out Sonic Team is crazy like a fox.
Just how ambitious are its DLC plans? The Season Pass costs more than the game.
A new report sheds a whole new light on last week's decision to cut off supply of Nintendo's breakout novelty item.
Bungie's marketing so far shows signs that it's learned from its storytelling mistakes.
Mass Effect: Andromeda may fix the technical issues flurrying around its launch, but the damage to the brand is already done.
Modern design borrows a lot from RPGs, and that means we're going to have to get used to never finding and doing everything.
The official statement, however, minimizes the issue with a 'nothing to see here' tone rather than a mea culpa.
Whatever happened to the personal computer of tomorrow?