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Microsoft's ongoing search for a CEO might be over as soon as next week, with executive vice president Satya Nadella reportedly the frontrunner for the job.
Microsoft reportedly made deals with several Machinima video partners for extra pay, provided they promote Xbox One without mentioning any endorsement from the firm.
The rise of Twitch isn't new to anyone in the games industry. But the latest numbers are simply astronomical.
The UK game industry shrunk by nearly half in 2012 compared to 2011, according to figures released by the department for Culture, Media and Sport.
A new report from Russian internet security company Kaspersky Lab claims that gamers faced 11.7m malware attacks worldwide in 2013.
Xbox One's 500 GB hard drive reportedly maxes out around 362 GB used, meaning more than 25 per cent of the console's storage space is used up before any game ...
Xbox One and Xbox 360 were reportedly the top selling consoles at Target and Walmart during Black Friday, accounting for 61 per cent of hardware sales between the two retailers.
A Lego version of Peter Jackson's three-part film adaption of The Hobbit will arrive next year across all major platforms, according to what appears to be leaked promotional material.
Telltale is reportedly developing a new game based on either George R.R. Martin's fantasy series A Song of Ice and Fire or the hit HBO show based on it, Game ...
For the first time in 11 years Apple has posted an annual decline in earnings.
Having found itself once again at the heart of a PR maelstrom yesterday, Microsoft has distanced itself about reports regarding Xbox One’s advertising platform.
Harbottle & Lewis Partner Alan Moss takes a closer look at the OFT’s report on the impact of microtransactions on children, and the implications it has on our industry...
Coca-Cola has been knocked off the top of Interbrand’s Best Global Brands Report for the first time.
Sega is reportedly one of several groups bidding on Japanese developer and publisher Atlus Co.
A damaging new report claims that the UK games industry employs just over 5,000 people – but it is massively inaccurate, MCV research has concluded.