Entries in 'online' (410)
Consumers who buy from Zavvi.com can now earn loyalty points, giving them money off future purchases.
Online retailer Amazon is preparing to open its very first bricks and mortar outlet in Seattle, reports suggest.
Bit-torrent sharing site BTJunkie has made the decision to cease operations after seven years of activity.
Nearly 13 years after it first hit the market, Sony Online Entertainment has decided to convert EverQuest into a free-to-play title.
More than 250m users have signed up for Bigpoint’s free-to-play PC browser games in the ten years it has been producing them.
All Bungie-developed Halo games will have their online data handed over to Microsoft’s 343 studio on March 31st.
Crowds have gathered outside the European Parliament in Warsaw over a new SOPA-style bill which could threaten online freedom.
Publishers can get a bigger slice of pre-owned game sales at retail – if they’re willing to reach a compromise with stores.
The number of new signups to EverQuest II has tripled since the Sony MMO game went free-to-play one month ago.
EA is charging users of Need for Speed World $100 to download the free-to-play PC racer’s first ‘premium elite’ car.
An internet rental specialist has promised to share its used game profits with publishers.
Online indie ShopTo has expanded its warehouse facilities so it can operate around the clock.
An accessory that lets PSP owners view games in 3D is available to order online.
We already know that games for the PlayStation Vita will cost less to download than they will at the shops.
It may be tough times on the High Street, but online retailers are expecting their most successful Xmas yet.
The latest IMRG-Hitwise listings claim that Apple has grown to become the second most popular online retailer in the UK.
Players will be able to download the 15th free expansion pack for PC space MMO EVE Online on November 29th.
It’s perhaps one of the more far-fetched games rumours you’ll read today, but there’s no denying it’s a delicious one.
The Virtual Console version of Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers will offer online multiplayer over Nintendo’s network.
By 2014 there will be over 600m connected devices able to play browser games in the US and Western Europe, says Nick Parker.
The leading specialist games retailer has signed search and social marketing firm Greenlight to help grow its online offering.
Tencent, the owner of successful internet and mobile games developer Riot Games, has posted another set of astronomical numbers.
The number of World of Warcraft subscribers has fallen from over 12m to 10.3m in one year.
DC Universe Online has seen a 1,000 per cent increase of concurrent users since going free-to-play on the November 1st.
EA-owned developer DICE has said that it has almost quashed the technical gremlins that have slightly soured the game’s launch over the last week.