Project Natal, Microsoft's upcoming motion-control system, will sell for $149, one magazine is reporting. The peripheral could also get a new name.
Google says 100,000 Android phones are being activated every day and it's app library now boasts over 50,000 titles.
Google plans to combine web surfing with channel surfing on televisions, along with Sony, Intel and Logitech International, this fall.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata says Wii Party, set for release this year on the Nintendo Wii console, will allow users to sign on using their Mii avatars.
A Tomy employee displays micro robot pets called 'MicroPets-i,' which are shaped as dogs, cats, bears, and pandas. The mini robots are equipped with optical and touch sensors, enabling them to follow an object or move to avoid obstacles. The MicroPets-i can also communicate with one another through infrared communicators and sing in chorus.
The Nintendo Wii system package gets a new color scheme, the Wii MotionPlus controller, and Wii Sports Resort. But Microsoft and Sony are closing the gap.
Online comic books offer a more immersive experience, even as collectors savor hard copies.
Tiger who? The main attraction of the Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club could be the eye-popping 3D TV coverage. According to Comcast, several hours of each day of Masters play will be broadcast in 3D TV. Time to dig up those red and blue glasses.