Gaming

Here’s our second quick look at the upcoming games from E3 2014.

E3 brings out developers to show off their future games to the masses. One of the biggest events in the gaming industry, E3 sets out to give gamer’s a look into some exclusively announced games and a preview of what the future has in store for the industry. Techzulu presents a quick first look into a few games coming out in the near future.

E3 officially started yesterday. Thankfully gamers and the media were able to experience what would be coming in the next couple days at E3 and beyond from Microsoft, Ubisoft, EA Games, and Sony’s press conferences. Here’s a quick look and grades of each of the press conferences.

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As you might recall, our first installation of REACH, was back in November and covered disruptive technology in the gaming industry. While gaming shared the stage with other industry tracks for last week’s event: REACH | The Connected Future, it was well represented through the insights of a varied panel of experts, covering a wide range of gaming’s different moving parts.

The Annual TechZulu Startup Forecast is one of our most anticipated events. It’s about as close as you can get to a macro-level crystal ball for the tech industry, expressed through a rapidfire string of insights from the minds of some of tech’s biggest investors, founders, and gamechangers.

Join us February 27th as TechZulu & Gadget Review present REACH: The Connected Future. During this half day event (including an evening party), you’ll get a glimpse into the future of connected devices, courtesy of the industry’s thought leaders.

Last Monday, Jan 6th, marked the culmination of AT&T’s Developer Summit at CES 2014 along with the release of open APIs for its U-Verse platform on Android. Now developers can build Android apps with AT&T Labs and AT&T Foundry to let customers better interact with their televisions from a smartphone, tablet or other such mobile devices.

TechZulu is going to bring you all the action live at 5pm December 3rd from the Bixel Exchange emerging tech salon Next Generation of Interactive Gaming.

Tonight starting at 7:00pm PST we will be streaming and bringing you all the action live from Cross Campus in Santa Monica. Make sure to tune in!