Chris Morris is a writer specializing in video games, consumer electronics and other fun topics.
Microsoft and Sony are vulnerable in a world of heavily funded tech upstarts, but Ouya shows how tough it is to dethrone the kings.
Disruptive tech companies whose products made people's lives easier, while upending industries in the process.
There's so much going on at E3 that it's hard to keep up with everything being shown, talked about and hinted at.
Some of the choices will be out this year. Others won't hit until 2015 or possibly later. Either way, here's what turned our head at this year's E3.
Though it may not drive sales more than games, original programming for the Xbox One is being produced and will begin rolling out this year.
Imagine a world of self-driving cars, robotic arms for amputees and virtual mobility. Here's a look at products revolutionizing society.
Due this fall, the record-breaking game will get a graphical overhaul for the new Microsoft and Sony systems' improved processing.
Creator Alexey Pajitnov says he didn't make money from Tetris for 10 years and he spills more little-known facts from the game's early days.
The video game trade show will operate in downtown Los Angeles through 2015, but venue issues have made its future location uncertain.
Just seven years ago, Nintendo was the undisputed king of the video game world. How times change.