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Sony has revealed that PS4 has now sold 2.1m units globally since it first arrived in North America on November 15th.
Sony has revealed that worldwide PS3 sales have, as of November 1st, reached 80m units.
Nintendo has revealed some impressive sales numbers for Pokemon X & Y’s opening weekend.
654.12m. That amazingly high figure is the number of consoles that Nintendo has sold in the last 30 years.
The average internet user from anywhere in the world enjoys a connection speed of 3.1Mbps.
The music genre is dead, right? Erm, no, perhaps not.
With Microsoft and Sony about the throw millions and millions of pounds at launching their next-gen consoles, some observers may quite rightly ask one question – why?
After the disastrous collapse of 2009, global advertising revenue is again on the rise.
The world has united in memory of nearly two decades of PlayStation ahead of the reveal of the PS4 in New York tonight.
The latest ABC numbers from Future Entertainment show that the publishing company now reaches a higher global audience than ever before.
Web analytics company StatCounter reports that Apple is now the leading mobile OEM for global web usage, bagging a 25.9 per cent share in January 2013.
That it “outperformed the market” will likely not completely appease GameStop’s shareholders after the company reported a 12.5 per cent decline in like-for-like sales for its fiscal Q1.
1.8m. That’s how many PlayStation Vita units has been sold by Sony worldwide as of March 31st 2012.
Sony has announced that total worldwide sales of the PlayStation Vita have now passed 1.2m units.
Lifetime sales of Nintendo’s 3DS have now hit 15m.
Ubisoft’s powerhouse Just Dance series has now reached the 25m global unit sales barrier.
At CES in Las Vegas, Steve Ballmer's keynote speech finally revealed a concrete global sales number for Kinect - 18m units.
THE UK launch of games streaming service OnLive reached ‘millions’ of users, says CEO Steve Perlman.
The PS3 could catch or even overtake the global install base of the Xbox 360 in 2011, analysts have predicted.
Sony has not just surprised fans with the announcement of a new free-to-play game set in the Resistance universe – it’s also made the game live.
Significant gaming force Apple has announced that it's sector-bossing App Store has now passed the 15bn download milestone worldwide.
New stats from from two separate sources have stated that Sony's PS3 console has now passed Microsoft's Xbox 360 in terms of total unit sales across the globe.
Console shooter Homefront has passed the 1m unit sales barrier just over a week after its release.