Epic VP Mark Rein says Sony's decision to incorporate off-the-shelf PC components in the Playstation 4 (PS4) is a good one for devs and gamers alike.
Unreal Engine 3 still powers a number of popular games in the industry, but that didn't stop Epic from showcasing its Unreal Engine 4 this week at GDC 2013 in San Francisco.
Two US privacy groups are calling on Facebook to scrap its plans to do away with user votes on policy changes.
Epic showcased its next-gen Unreal Engine 4 at the close of E3 2012 in Los Angeles. Sure, we've seen some impressive demos at the show, but UE4 is certainly up there with the best of them.
The Department of Homeland Security is testing a program that aims to identify criminals - before they've committed a crime.
Ten privacy campaign groups have written to the FTC calling for an investigation into Facebook's use of so-called supercookies.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) says it's got evidence that the Department of Homeland Security has failed to properly evaluate the level of risk from airport body scanners.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney says physical media is unlikely to play any serious role in future console generations.
Epic VP Jay Wilbur believes that "anything in the Apple world is perfect," while "hardware fragmentation" in the Android space is a "really big issue."
Well, here I was thinking that Epic’s Unreal Engine 3 was all tapped out. I’m certainly happy to say I couldn’t have been more wrong.
Sprint, the first mobile provider to launch a 4G network in the US, will soon bring its next-gen mobile data infrastructure to three of the biggest cities in the country.
Epic boss Mike Capps believes rampant software piracy is to blame for the noticeable decline of PC gaming and the rise of the console as a lucrative platform.
No, he didn't! An EA spokesperson has claimed that the long-awaited Crysis 2 will be a "Halo Killer."
Epic has confirmed that its Unreal Engine 3 will now offer support for Nvidia’s 3D Vision technology.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over Google's controversial Buzz launch.