Entries in 'Hardware' (306)
The US video games market managed to reverse a run of losses in February by posting year-on-year growth of three per cent.
The remarkable strength of Xbox 360 in the US video games market shows no sings abating with news of a record performance for the console in February.
Though we won't know anything concrete for a long, long time to come, the very first roll of the dice on what will eventually become the next generation of console ...
"My inclination would be to say a system like the Jungle is a non-starter right out of the gate. Until they can show me otherwise I just don't think Panasonic has the ...
Japanese technology giant Panasonic has claimed that 3D TV is already tracking ahead of HD TV sets when it comes to comparable unit sales at this point in the tech's ...
Microsoft has claimed both another month of strong sales in the US and another month of console market leadership.
UK retailer GAME has said that sales of accessories in its stores account for around a third of the total accessories market across the regions in which it operates.
Almost 11 years on from its Japanese debut in March 2000, Sony's PlayStation 2 has now passed 150m unit sales across the world.
Famed developer Ken Levine has confessed that he has no appetite for a fresh generation of home console hardware.
Calibur 11 has entered the games market with a unique line of console shells.
The Red Wii helped Nintendo hardware sales boom during the Christmas period, despite a year-on-year drop in profit.
Phenomenal pre-order demand means Nintendo will have to bring more 3DS stock to the UK than it did for day one of the Wii launch.
A consumer-facing console repair specialist is shifting its focus to retail.
Electronic Arts has been named the leading games publisher for the second year in a row.
The Nintendo 3DS will be compatible with standard DSi chargers when it hits stores later this year.
Economic weakness, a change to the traditional hardware cycle, the growth of digital - there are plenty of things we can point the finger at when trying to assess the ...
Gaming stalwart Nintendo is this morning rightly singing loudly about its transformation in this generation of machines, heralding its unprecedented success in the US market.
The GAME Group has reported a total sales decline of 12.3 per cent for the 49 weeks ending January 8th in the UK and Ireland.
Platform holder Nintendo has denied claims that it has stopped manufacturing the DSi ahead of the launch of the 3DS over the next two months.
Wedbush Morgan analyst Michael Pachter has predicted that Wii emerged as the best selling home console of December in the US.
A third of the execs we surveyed for our look ahead at 2011 named 3DS as their highlight of the year.
Nintendo DS was the UK’s biggest selling games device of 2010, MCV understands.
Nintendo’s 3DS could save the struggling UK games market, claim industry bosses.