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Spotify has launched a huge refresh that changes the look of all of its applications while also adding some new functionality and features that should make everything easier to use.
Amazon have just released the Fire TV. Of course, while the fact it was coming was a surprise to no one, Amazon did have some tricks up its sleeve for its big reveal.
What TV shows would make great games, provided they were handed off to a developer who actually cared enough to give it the proper treatment? These two right here.
What happens when a joke video posted on the Internet generates so much hype that it actually becomes a real video game? Goat Simulator happens.
Chromecast is picking up steam with users, and more companies are launching support for it. Rdio, Vudu, and Crackle have just joined the ranks of Chromecast supporters with updates for each of its services.
Over the years, Star Wars has seen a practically never-ending supply of video game adaptations. Some of them are terrible (I’m looking at you Yoda Stories), and some are absolutely incredible.
Welcome to MakeUseOf’s Video Game Hub, the weekly news show where we count down the top three news stories from the busy world of video games. Every single Tuesday we break down the biggest news stores of the week, and of course, we give a good dose of opinion about what these stories mean for […]
This simple game from Secret Exit, the guys behind Stair Dismount and Zenbound, sees you placing Mr. Dismount inside a car and driving towards obstacles while trying to cause as much destruction as you possibly can.
UP Coffee from Jawbone allows you to log your caffeine intake so you can learn when to stop drinking, and get a better night’s sleep.
You know what’s great? Getting things that used to cost money for free. Twitterrific sold for $2.99 on the App Store until now, and now is taking the freemium route.
With the Elgato Game Capture HD, you can record gameplay from every video game console from the old school stuff all the way to the Xbox One.
What is even more awesome than ninjas themselves? Taking control of a ninja and actually performing all of the incredible feats yourself in video game form, of course.
Major League Gaming just launched an application for Xbox 360 that allows gamers to kick back on their couch and watch some of the best competitive gamers in the world on a big screen TV.
This week, Sony is going heavy into the world of virtual reality, two new Assassin’s Creed games are coming this year, and Valve’s Free To Play documentary is a huge success.
Tweetbot for Mac OS X has just received a new update that makes some pretty useful and nice looking changes to the client. It also fixes some nagging bugs that some users have been facing.