Childish Gambino Hits Pixel Playground For #PixelDanceOff

If you’ve got any generation of Pixel or Pixel XL, you can not only share the dance floor with a digital Donald Glover in the augmented reality Pixel Playground, but also compete against other Pixel

Ramageddon Is A Horn-Bucking Good Ba-a-attle Royale

Being easy to pick up and play but hard to master is a very good thing in the gaming world, and that describes ram brawler Ramageddon perfectly. Your only real controls are two little arrows

Google Becomes Cloud Provider For Golden State Warriors

Google has become the official cloud provider for the Golden State Warriors. The company will not only be furnishing the team and its associated Chase Center stadium, but will also be working with the team

HP’s “Copper” VR Headset Will Go All-In On Resolution

HP has a new mixed reality headset that it’s internally calling “Copper” on the way, and it has a higher resolution than any headset currently on the market.

To be specific, Copper’s resolution is now

Alphabet’s Plans To Fix Its Google Spending Problem

Alphabet posted its second highest quarterly capital expenditure figure ever, a princely $7.08 billion, and Chief Financial Officer, Ruth Porat is promising worried investors that they’ll be seeing the web giant slow down on

Shadowgun Legends Surprises Fans With Co-Op Support On Android

MADFINGER Games’ stellar take on the mission-based loot-and-shoot, Shadowgun Legends, can now be played in full with a friend by your side. Any and all missions in the game, whether you’re gunning for more fame

Warning: This Android Game May Cause Obsessive & Excessive Backflipping

A lot of casual mobile games use game mechanics to play to their addictive strengths, and Backflipper is definitely one of them. In this game, you choose the direction your character jumps, then you tap

Twitter Is Still Exploring Its Most Requested Feature, An Edit Button

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey recently sat down with Joe Rogan, and during the interview, he mentioned that he’s considering implementing the ability to edit Tweets. The catch, however, is that the original Tweet would not

DeepMind’s AlphaStar AI Again Beats Two Pro Players In Exhibition

DeepMind, the Google-owned company behind the AI that beat a world-famous Go player, recently came out victorious when its AlphaStar AI went toe-to-toe with two human eSports pros in Blizzard’s StarCraft II strategy game. The

Tony Hawk’s Skate Jam Is A Mobile-First Reimagining

Take the concept of the Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater franchise, remix it from the ground up to be more mobile-friendly, and you get Tony Hawk’s Skate Jam, the first mobile game to be approved by