Entries in 'internet' (90)
Nintendo has officially unveiled the Wii Mini.
Kantar World Panel analyst Laurie Krohn discusses the changing face of retail and why it’s important to support the High Street retailer...
Blizzard is facing pressure from both sides of the globe as consumer rights groups get up in arms about Diablo III.
The most contentious element of the Digital Economy Act has at last been outlined by Ofcom.
The controversial and now long-delayed Digital Economy Act will not come into effect until 2014, the Department for Culture, media and Sport has announced.
Buyers of EA’s upcoming SimCity PC game will need a constant internet connection to play it.
Here at MCVuk.com we spend all day reading the internet. Hundreds of sites. Millions of words. But if we were to recommend, say, five stories to read, what would they ...
Today’s copy of UK newspaper The Independent carries word of new research that suggests an addiction to the internet and online gaming could actually alter the brain.
Cloud gaming company Gaikai is now providing its demo service to Ubisoft and Best Buy following deals with YouTube, EA and more.
British telecoms watchdog Ofcom has called on internet service providers to provide more information regarding traffic management the ISPs use to curb excessive demand.
By 2014 there will be over 600m connected devices able to play browser games in the US and Western Europe, says Nick Parker.
The digital release of Crysis on Xbox 360 has DRM? It’s the end of the world! EA are dead to me! I’m going to kill my cat!
We look at the latest TV advertising activity for games targeting men and how it affects web search traffic.
Ubisoft has altered the way digital rights management works in the PC version of Driver: San Francisco after receiving negative feedback.
Nintendo has decided against supporting Flash content on its 3DS, according to reports.
Nintendo has said that its first major update for the 3DS will be available to download worldwide on June 7th.
MPs have been in negotiations with Internet Service Providers and intellectual rights holders to create a system that would allow access to be blocked to certain websites.
The popularity of social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter has seen the sector overtake entertainment – a category that includes adult entertainment and pornography – in the online ...
Vietnam has moved to block gamers from playing online at night.
Almost 70m PlayStation Network accounts have been registered worldwide since the service launched.
CityVille has reaffirmed itself as the most popular Facebook game ever by attracting over 100m users.
It looks as if Ubisoft might have dropped its controversial internet-dependent DRM used on some of its key PC titles.
With the very notion of net neutrality currently under threat, it has emerged that the British Government is to ask ISPs to block all online pornography by default on domestic ...
Four out of ten internet users globally now play online games
New research from mobile marketing analysts Millennial Media has named the PS3 as one of the top four internet connected devices in Q3 2010.