TECH AND GADGETS
As promised, Ubisoft today published the complete patch notes for The Division's soon-to-launch 1.2/Conflict update.
Lionhead Studios, the team behind the Fable and Black & White series', has officially closed its doors.
InVisage thinks its high-resolution infrared sensor will make iris detection work better when your phone needs to authenticate your identity.
Microsoft announced a bunch of new games at its E3 press conference, and now it's announced the next games headed to Xbox One's backwards compatibility program.
Bolivia is not exactly thrilled about the country's depiction in Ubisoft's new shooter Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Reuters reports today that the Bolivian government has filed a formal complaint over the country's portrayal in the game as an "area controlled by drug traffickers."
Disney's upcoming Star Wars "lands" are coming along nicely, if the latest concept art is any indication. The new art appeared Monday on Disney's DisneyParks blog.
This week on Crave, we explore robots with elevated levels of freaky, like the cockroach robot that might someday find you buried under a pile rubble. Let's kick it up a notch with a robot that makes facial expressions and another one that prints portraits in blood. Make sure you're sitting down because this is not for the faint of heart.