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BBC Worldwide has regenerated its video game plan… again.
A complete map of the British Isles built using the Minecraft has been made freely available by Ordnance Surney.
A YouGov poll has revealed that the majority of Britons believe that video games violence can be a catalyst for real-world violence.
The average internet user from anywhere in the world enjoys a connection speed of 3.1Mbps.
Microsoft has calculated a truly staggering figure for the monthly spend on unauthorised apps and in-app purchases in the UK.
For the first time ever, Android has accounted for over half of the overall smartphone sales in key global markets over a 12 week period.
A surge of punters picking up a brand new iPhone 4S in October saw Apple sell more smartphones than all Android smartphone makers combined, according to new Kantar Worldpanel research.
Non-gamers are now in the minority as over half of everyone in the UK play video games, a new report has revealed.
A new report from games market research firm Newzoo has revealed that the majority of UK nationals are now active gamers.
Nintendo’s latest sampling tour will use Art Academy to inspire the UK’s budding artists.
A number of sites have gone live with pre-orders for the Nintendo 3DS, with a placeholder price of £299 having been put in place.
A Deloitte survey has found that just 2 per cent of British consumers are planning to buy a 3D-enabled TV set in the next year.
An event called Late at Tate Britain: Game Play this Friday will showcase a number of key video games as the art of gaming – both digital and otherwise – ...
Despite the British cinema industry enjoying its best 12 months in almost 30 years, the UK public spent around half a billion pounds more on gaming than it did movies ...
All people who have a copper telephone landline will soon see an additional 50p added to their monthly bills following the government’s announcement of a £6 per year charge that ...
Regulating body Ofcom is to be given the power to demand that ISPs hand over account information concerning people who persist is sharing files over the internet.
The Government has heralded a new future for UK video games classification – with PEGI becoming the sole age ratings model in the region.
A number of the most senior figures in the UK video games industry have responded to the government’s move to grant PEGI the sole power of video games classification.
The Strategic Advisory Board for Intellectual Property claims that seven million UK residents have illegally downloaded files from the internet in the last 12 months, with the cumulative value of ...