Entries in 'gaming' (215)
OnLive says its new business model will finally convince gamers that cloud gaming can work.
“We’re really going after PC” – that’s the message from Microsoft as it (once again) pledges itself to PC gaming.
Nobody paid attention when the Yogscast was created six years ago.
Millions of people around the world are playing their favourite games right now.
Could 2014 be the year that streamed PS3 games arrive on PS4?
Epic Games VP Mark Rein has been unimpressed by second screen experiences to date, and believes we are yet to see a killer app for the technology in games.
AppStream is the name of a brand new streaming mobile games service that is on the way from online retailer Amazon.
More gamers are tuning in to Twitch for their gaming videos than any other site.
Sony’s PlayStation division has reported an ¥800m operating loss (£5m) for the quarter ending September.
For the first time in the history of Ofcom’s Children and Parents Media Use and Attitudes Report a decline in UK console ownership has been discovered.
An ‘elite gaming PC’ is heading to market from graphics card specialist Nvidia.
Six million Britons play smartphone games every day according to new research from ComScore.
Yes, that headline is correct.
Another company is having a stab at trying to make a success of the mobile gaming peripheral market.
Fresh rumours suggest that Microsoft will use tonight’s Xbox reveal to announce a fresh drive toward cloud gaming.
For a long time it has played second fiddle to Nvidia and Intel in the PC components space, but AMD now has other plans.
PC tech giant AMD has revealed that it was the upcoming Radeon HD 7990 that powered EA’s technically impressive Battlefield 4 demo at GDC.
PC peripheral firm Razer has at last detailed its gaming tablet, which is now going under the name of ‘Edge’.
A New York initiative called Operation: Game Over has closed 2,100 online gaming accounts associated with known sex offenders living in New York.
It may come as no surprise that core games and Q4 blockbusters were among the most common search terms of the year when it comes to gaming.
The game-focused Wikipad tablet has missed its intended launch date at US retailer GameStop.
What a difference a year makes.
The Ohio State Marching Band clearly knows a thing or two about video games. And marching. And banding.
Platform holder Sony has admitted that consumers have effectively killed off the 3D gaming revolution.