Companies building therapeutic technologies could find a faster path to market through partnerships with pharma companies.
Digital therapeutics look ready to bloom with help from pharma companies
Chris Heatherly, Michael Fox, and Sean Krankel spoke about interactive story games at our GamesBeat Summit 2019 event in April.
NBCUniversal’s Chris Heatherly — The future of interactive storytelling
Apple is in the top 3 in smartglasses … with no product
Intel said it will show a number of new products, including its 10-nanometer mobile processor code-named Ice Lake. It will also show a desktop gaming chip.
Intel will tease 10-nm Ice Lake processor in Taiwan
Fears of a dystopian AI future swirling around Amazon’s facial recognition software system Rekognition could come to hurt Alexa someday.
How Amazon’s facial recognition ambition could stunt Alexa’s development
Community is mobile gaming's strength, and here are three ways companies can refocus on it to ensure that all consumers are tapped into their mobile games.
Mobile gaming’s strength is its community
Seattle-based startup Against Gravity is bringing social service Rec Room to iPhone and iPad soon, with invites to a testing release to go out this month.
Rec Room is coming soon to iPhone and iPad
It's time to stop obsessing over making AI seem human and start focusing on how this transformative technology can help consumers, businesses, and society.
AI doesn’t always need to be more human
Superhot VR studio Superhot Team experimented with larger levels for the Oculus Quest port of their hit game -- but found it wasn't a good idea.
Superhot VR studio tested ‘larger’ levels for Oculus Quest port
Ross Finman, head of AR at Niantic, talked with gaming personality Blair Herter about the future of augmented reality at GamesBeat Summit 2019.
Niantic’s view of the future of augmented reality
In the same way that VR startups have found thriving uses in architecture and construction, AR is creating new opportunities for real estate companies
AR will build upon data aggregation’s disruption of real estate
World Health Organization classifies ‘gaming disorder’ as an illness
The field of mental health is waiting for academia and industry to team up, as it might be the best match any medical field has yet seen.
Why mental-health tech must ally with academia
Misty the Robot is extensible and flexible, with technologies like computer vision on board. It's tied into a number of key Microsoft technologies, too.
Meet Misty, an extensible robot empowered by Microsoft and Qualcomm technologies
The semiconductor market is apparently shrinking, but the demand for compute chips will continue to rise, with Intel at the helm.
Why Intel is well-positioned against AMD and Nvidia
Mortal Kombat 11 leads a period where there were 1.4 billion TV ad impressions, with 11 brands spending an estimated $20.5 million on 32 spots that aired over 5,400 times.
Mortal Kombat 11 spot helps Warner Bros. dominate TV ad impressions
Chris DeWolfe, CEO of Jam City and founder of MySpace, talks with Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities about the state of mobile gaming.
Chris DeWolfe — New rules for the crowded mobile gaming space
Pavlov is coming to the Oculus Quest according to developer Dave Villz -- but you won't be able to play against those on Rift.
VR multiplayer shooter Pavlov is coming to Oculus Quest without cross-play with Rift
Sonic has the right to look better for his first movie.
The RetroBeat: Sonic movie’s delay isn’t the fault of whiny fans
Amazon today extended one-way intercom messaging to third-party Alexa devices like Facebook's Portal, and smart speakers from other brands.
Amazon brings voice announcements to all Alexa devices
Robots have a lot to learn before they're ready to start handling day-to-day household chores.
AI Weekly: Truly autonomous home robots aren’t within sight yet
The real-time strategy game is focused more on survival than base building. You can play with friends and strangers via an online co-op mode.
Conan Unconquered unleashes a day early on May 29
Toronto finally has a tech conference thanks to a three-year deal to host Collision, which attracts some 25,000 attendees.
ProBeat: ‘Collision is riding the wave of Toronto’
Promising new research indicates that knowledge of grammar rules helps machine learning models to learn the nuances of language.
IBM’s AI uses grammar rules to catch linguistic nuances of U.S. English
Why Life is Strange 2 writers ratcheted up the drama in Episode 3
Life is Strange 2: Episode 3 has more drama than the previous episodes. But the consequence is that you have less control over the story.
Life is Strange 2: Episode 3 impressions — Less choice, more drama
Freedom from wires is the best part of the Oculus Quest virtual reality headset, which debuted on Tuesday for the low price of $400.
The DeanBeat: With Oculus Quest, it’s the convenience, stupid
Brie Code and her team at Tru Luv created #SelfCare as a companion app that you can use in your daily life to take care of yourself.
Brie Code interview — How Tru Luv created the #SelfCare digital companion that takes care of you
President Trump held out the possibility that a "very dangerous" company, Huawei, could escape a U.S. ban if China makes a trade deal. That's an awful idea.
Trump’s glib approach to Huawei invites nasty unintended consequences